Adhesive - Bob Smith Industries, Insta-Cure Super Thin

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Adhesive - Bob Smith Industries, Insta-Cure Super Thin

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Bob Smith Industries™ Insta-Cure™ Super Thin Cyanoacrylate. A must have for luthiers!

Insta-Cure™ has a water-thin viscosity that wicks deep into joints by capillary action and cures in a matter of a few seconds (1-3 sec.). Surfaces to be bonded must be tight fitting (no visible gaps) and should be held together or clamped while you apply the CA around the edges of the seam.

For glue applications with small gaps or looser fitting joints the higher viscosity Insta-Cure+™ is recommended.

  • Water-thin consistency
  • 1-3 second cure time
  • For tight fitting applications
  • Available in 1oz. and 2oz. sizes

WARNING: These products are eye and respiratory irritants. Product can bond skin instantly. Keep away from children!

Please see attached Safety Data Sheet for more information.

SKU:
S-F500X
Item ID:
040176
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Brand:
Bob Smith Industries
Part Numbers
SizeOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
1 ozS-F500707336102001
2 ozS-F501707336103008
Product Measurements
Packaging Dimensions1 oz version4.75 in. × 1.775 in. × 0.958 in.
2 oz version5.5 in. × 2.085 in. × 1.06 in.
Weight1 oz version0.095 lbs.
2 oz version0.165 lbs.

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PDF: SDS (140.18 KB)sds_s-f500-501.pdf
PDF: SDS (140.18 KB)sds_s-f500-501.pdf

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Asked by Mark121 on July 15th, 2018. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
July 16th, 2018
Yes this would be a good choice for gluing in frets.
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