What do you know about the most popular glues?

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In today’s production and life, it is indispensable to glue, use it to link objects and create the best products.

So what are the most popular types today?

#1 DOG X-66 glue

DOG X-66 glue functions as super glue on many different materials such as stone floors, furniture, tanning, fabrics, sofas, rubber, formica, etc.

The composition of the glue is based on a formula to flexibly bond the internal components to ensure enough time for the adhesive to adhere, adhere and always maintain the perfect bonding force.

Adhesive in the viscous form, extremely convenient to use, especially high elastic, resistant to natural elasticity and extremely durable in the natural environment.

It is widely used on craft projects and is considered the best glue for wood.

#2 Hot stick glue

Hot stick glue is a type of adhesive with a long appearance similar to candles, usually made of silicone resin. When the melting state is above 70 degrees Celsius, the glue will have very effective adhesive properties, without affecting the surface to be glued.

All types of hot stick glue have the advantage of ease of use, withstand high humidity environments as well as the process of removing the glue layer when not in use is very simple.

Therefore, candle glue is often used to adhere toys, plastics, fabrics, or electronic components.

#3 Silicone glue

Adhesive Silicon is a synthetic compound consisting of silicon and oxygen atoms linked together and has the bond between Silicone and organic group in the form of Polymer chains.

Silicone sealants are made up of silicon, additives or catalysts. Adhesive has a liquid gel state that can cure when exposed to moisture. It is also considered the best glue for rubber.

Silicone adhesive is a type of glue used to handle and overcome problems that often occur in construction works, interior and exterior such as:

  • Sealing cracks in the wall, sealing holes in the roof, eel cracks, door belt crevices.
  • Bonding stones, porcelain enameled objects and filling the wall tiles, the cement floor tiles.
  • Connect the joints of tiles or seal holes in water tanks, aquariums, etc.