Can I bond glass that is not ground and polished?
This will not work well, as differences in the layer thickness of the adhesive will lead to tensions in the bonding area, which will result in cohesion cracks in the adhesive and finally the destruction of the bond.
Can I bond to the backside of the mirror?
Due to safety reasons, we advise not to produce such bonds, as the bonding will be only as good as the adhesion of the mirror backing.
Can I bond on top of a mirror?
Yes, the reflection of the mirror backing will cure the adhesive.
Can I bond sandblasted glass?
Yes, however the pre-curing time has to be observed exactly, as cleaning hardened glue on sandblasted glass will be extremely difficult. Prepare test bonding before you start the final job!
Can I bond coloured glass?
Yes, however longer curing times have to be considered due to the tinting of the glass.
Can I bond tempered glass?
Yes, however the object to be bonded should be a “closed construction”.
Can I bond plastic and glass?
Yes, however, only certain thermoplastic materials can be bonded, so be sure to make tests before bonding the final object.
Can I bond wood and glass?
Can I bond metal and glass?