Let’s get one thing straight: Bondic IS NOT glue – it’s something much better! It can be used for the same purpose as the glue or where glue fails to accomplish its purpose and has the best results as compared to glue.

Bondic® is a LED UV liquid plastic welding kit used to fix broken things such as fabrics, plastic, glass, low voltage electronic wires, and anything else broken that needs fixing.

It remains in liquid form until it’s exposed to intense ultraviolet light for just four seconds.

Think it’s unrepairable? Think again. Bondic® allows you to re-attach broken eyeglasses, refill holes in leaky plumbing, and rebuild just about anything – even fine china! Just apply the unique liquid formula to the damaged area, shine the special UV light on it for only 4 seconds, and voila! The liquid freezes into a rock-solid layer of clear plastic on your command!

If You’re Going To Buy One Thing This Week, Make it Bondic® Plastic UV LED Welding Kit!

Bondic uv light plastic welder is the best as compared to super glues because:

It can be used on absolutely anything. Unlike superglue which does not work on glass, metal, plastic, wet items and particular pipes, bondic can be used to mend anything. With the right amount of layering on the broken item, it achieves a reliable, permanent fix and also temporary fix depending on your preference.

Why Bondic Is The Best Option To Super Glue

Super glue is very sticky and messy and hard to clean once it pours on an unwanted area. With bondic, on the other hand, you only need to use a wet clothe of organic substance to wipe off any unwanted pouring.

Superglue dries up quickly, for example when left open for long or even if left unused for an extended time and therefore causes inconveniences to the user. Bondic, on the other hand, only dries when exposed to ultraviolet light.

Consequently, you have a choice in that if you do not want it to dry, it will stay in liquid (liquid plastic welder) form for as long as you need it to even if it’s left open or unused for a long time and in the event you need it dry you just need to expose it to ultraviolet light.

Bondic® vs Standard Glue​




Replace and restore substances (reparation) 

Setting elements and objects (temporarily or permanently)

Control over adhesive strength on difference surfaces 

Joining objects by integrating undercuts in the construction 

Filling and sealing

Embedding & burning out without leaving residue (mold making) 

Milling, sanding, polishing, painting 

Resistant to UV after hardening 




Control over hardening and setting process and time




Transparency after hardening

Pressure for initiating the polymerization process 

Follow-up processing 

Use in bright sunlight 

Resistance against acids, lyes, oils, lubricants 

Water resistant 

Heat resistant 

Bondic® UV Light Plastic Welder is the only product that works where glue fails.

With all the knowledge now gained and studies carried out on the product, it’s safe to say that bondic is a must-have item. With its non-messy, durable, and controlled drying, it is, without a doubt, the best liquid plastic that ensures you are left fully satisfied and confident that a permanent fix is achieved.

Guideline on How to Use Bondic

It will give you the satisfaction of knowing that even after one use you can store it away for a long time without needing to use it. When you need it again, you will still find it intact in that it does not dry up or expire. Therefore, you can use it as usual, and its effectiveness is always the same as if it was new. You do not have to worry about the risk of toxic substances getting into contact with your body as it does not contain any toxic chemicals and is therefore safe to use.

With Bondic, ‘what a client sees is what they get.’ It is straightforward and user-friendly, and you should always remember to have it as a mandatory item in your toolbox.


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