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Tacitus06 Nov 2019 9:32 a.m. PST

I'm staring at a $12 USD purchase I made after seeing a YouTube video. It's a product called Bondic that is an adhesive that is also supposed to be great at filling seams and small gaps. It uses UV light to cure in 4-5 seconds (similar adhesive used by dentists). The reviewer was especially excited that you can still use it even after priming, in case you missed a spot. I'm going to begin experimenting with it, but I wondered if anyone had any tips or advice before I did so.

Phillius Sponsoring Member of TMP06 Nov 2019 12:54 p.m. PST

I've used it once, found it really easy. I had already super-glued two halves of a 40mm horse together, and I used Bondic to fill those gaps between the halves where they didn't quite meet.

I will continue to use it. Good product as far as I can tell. I paid a lot more than US$12.00 for it though!

Walking Sailor Supporting Member of TMP07 Nov 2019 2:47 p.m. PST

Check the "As seen on TV" section in most stores. Price that against "Get a second free…Just pay separate shipping and handling." Refills are also available in some stores.

CBPIII07 Nov 2019 6:33 p.m. PST

It's pretty useful. I've used it for gaps on metal and plastic minis and for some air bubbles in resin minis.

I liked it so much that I ordered a bottle of uv resin and got a more powerful light. The bottle resin is a little different from the pen applicator stuff. I've been using the bottle to make some scenic bases.

Check out this blog post for some pictures of the results from the bottle link

This blog post has some more about using the pen applicator link

It's some awesome and pretty easy to use stuff.

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