E6000 is formulated to meet high-performance industrial requirements. The self-leveling formula forms a powerful bond with most any material and will remain flexible once cured. E6000 Industrial will handle just about any project DIYers or PROs throw at it!
Follow these step-by-step directions when using E6000:
Read directions and test small area before use.
1. Surface should be clean, dry and free of dirt. For best results, lightly roughen surface before use.
2. TUBE: Puncture inner seal using pointer cap (if tube has a foil seal). CARTRIDGE: Trim end of nozzle. Puncture inner seal. Ideal application temperature range is 50 to 90 °F (10 to 32 °C). However, fully cured adhesive can withstand temperatures from 40 to 180 °F (-40 to 82 °C) intermittently.
3. Apply directly to surfaces to be bonded or repaired.
4. Allow 24 hours for curing--Maximum bond strength may not be reached for up to 72 hours.
5. TUBE: For future easy cap removal, apply a thin coat of petroleum jelly to the threads of the tube before replacing the cap. CARTRIDGE: For prolonged storage after opening, cover or plug the opening of the nozzle.
6. Clean uncured adhesive with acetone or citrus-based solvents.
Product is paintable and immediately resistant to precipitation upon application.
Note: May damage finished surfaces. Avoid such contact until completely dry. Not recommended for use on polystyrene, polyethylene, polypropylene, Styrofoam™ or paper products.
What temperature range does E6000 withstand?
E6000 can be applied in temperatures ranging from 50 °F to 90 °F (10 °C to 32 °C). When cured, E6000 can withstand temperatures between -40 °F and 180 °F (-40 °C and 82 °C).
Is E6000 UV resistant?
E6000 may be painted over for maximum UV resistance. Clear E6000 is not formulated for exposure to sunlight.
Can E6000 be used on Styrofoam™?
No. E6000 is also not recommended for use on any polystyrene, polyethylene or polypropylene plastics.
Will E6000 crack or break under stress?
No, E6000 dries to a rubber-like consistency that is flexible and moves with adhered material.
How long does E6000 take to dry?
E6000 starts getting tacky in approximately 2 minutes and begins setting in approximately 10 minutes. A full cure takes between 24 and 72 hours.
Remember, temperature and humidity will affect dry time. To speed drying, apply heat using a handheld dryer set on low. Do not hold heat directly on E6000.
What is used to clean up uncured E6000?
Small amounts of acetone or citrus-based solvents for uncured E6000. Cured E6000 may be removed by cutting and scraping.
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