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Instructions say 3-4 sec. You need to rough up the surface and apply in layers, depending on the repair. More layers, more strength. I repaired a $25 pair of sunglasses where the temple snapped in half. That's not an easy repair. After roughing surfaces up, I first did a butt weld to hold it together. Then I went aroun… see more Instructions say 3-4 sec. You need to rough up the surface and apply in layers, depending on the repair. More layers, more strength. I repaired a $25 pair of sunglasses where the temple snapped in half. That's not an easy repair. After roughing surfaces up, I first did a butt weld to hold it together. Then I went around the piece, layering the adhesive and overlapping the break an eigth inch or so all the way around, hardening each weld with the light. Eventually you make a band around the break. The adhesive is like very thick syrup but bot sticky. It hardens immediately with the UV light. Obviously if you grab it like a stick and try to snap it, it will! But my glasses fit tightly going on, and I have had no problems since I fixed them, which is all I expected. Afterall, they broke when they were whole and brand new! So I'm getting my money's worth and even epoxy glue didn't hold up when I tried that. Plus the Laser Bond is simple to use with no messy glue! see less Instructions say 3-4 sec. You need to rough up the surface and apply in layers, depending on the repair. More layers, more strength. I repaired a $25 pair of sunglasses where the temple snapped in half. That's not an easy repair. After roughing surfaces up, I first did a butt weld to hold it together. Then I went around the piece, layering the adhesive and overlapping the break an eigth inch or so all the way around, hardening each weld with the light. Eventually you make a band around the break. The adhesive is like very thick syrup but bot sticky. It hardens immediately with the UV light. Obviously if you grab it like a stick and try to snap it, it will! But my glasses fit tightly going on, and I have had no problems since I fixed them, which is all I expected. Afterall, they broke when they were whole and brand new! So I'm getting my money's worth and even epoxy glue didn't hold up when I tried that. Plus the Laser Bond is simple to use with no messy glue!
John L.
· June 5, 2017
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Yes, it will in my experience. It is possible that it depends on the specific type of plastic. The other thing is that since you need to shine the UV light to harden it, you can't put it in the middle of two pieces where there would be no exposure to the UV light. Sometimes I put a little glue on the inside and use… see more Yes, it will in my experience. It is possible that it depends on the specific type of plastic. The other thing is that since you need to shine the UV light to harden it, you can't put it in the middle of two pieces where there would be no exposure to the UV light. Sometimes I put a little glue on the inside and use Bondic on the outer seams to provide an even stronger bond. see less Yes, it will in my experience. It is possible that it depends on the specific type of plastic. The other thing is that since you need to shine the UV light to harden it, you can't put it in the middle of two pieces where there would be no exposure to the UV light. Sometimes I put a little glue on the inside and use Bondic on the outer seams to provide an even stronger bond.
BK
· April 12, 2019
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Real Bondic as pictured.
CNP0816
Seller · November 11, 2016
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I doubt it very seriously. There is no adhesive I know of that can fix such a tiny joint. Even some hypothetical micro-welding would probably not fix such a small problem. On the other hand, for slightly broader joints and fissures, I highly recommend this product.
Doc Wallace
· March 29, 2017
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I doubt it. Cracked windshield are usually repaired by creating a vacuum, then drawing in an epoxy.
I WOULD NOT ADVISE trying this on a window shield repair!

John Quinby
· August 3, 2020
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It does not. It comes with user directions and some caution information. The MSDS is available on line. Found it on google.
David
· May 1, 2018
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Yes, I have painted over the product.
Amazon Customer
· September 1, 2017
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Probably not. It does not fill deep cracks, because after application, the liquid must be exposed to UV light, but light cannot penetrate into a crack unless the broken material is clear plastic or glass. /super glue or Gorilla Glue might be better options.
C. Louis Wofford
· February 10, 2020
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Not knowing how it will react to the gasoline, you might try the repair on a milk bottle first. Where the ethanol in todays fuel is a corrosive to most plastics, it might not work. Otherwise replace the tank or take it to a shop that does plastic welding.
W. Rowe
· September 20, 2017
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Ronald Lindsey
· June 30, 2020