1. Protect work area. Glue may damage fabrics and furniture finishes. 2. Remove glue tube from case. Hold upright and point away from eyes and body to open. 3. Insert pin in tip of tube. If glue clogs at tip, pierce again with pin. 4. Parts to be glued should be clean and dry. Metals may have to be cleaned with a solvent or scraped. Dampen porous ceramics on one side and apply glue to dry side. How To Apply: 1. Gently squeeze a small drop of glue onto one surface. Apply one drop per square inch. Too much glue or spreading glue will make a poor bond or no bond. 2. Join the parts and press for 30 seconds. To Store: Insert pin in tip of tube. Store upright in airtight, capped case. Not for use on foam, rear view mirrors, polyethylene, Teflon, or other fluorocarbons. Do not put bonded items in oven or on stove. Do not use to attach artificial nails. Store in a cool, dark place. Depending on surface and conditions, color may not disappear completely. Test a small area of the surfaces to be adhered.
Elmer's Products, Inc.
Columbus, OH 43215-3799
Eye and skin irritant. Bonds skin instantly. Contains ethyl cyanoacrylate. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. If eye or mouth contact occurs, hold eyelid or mouth open and rinse thoroughly but gently with water only 15 minutes and get medical attention. Liquid glue will sting eye temporarily. Solidified glue may irritate eye like a grain of sand and should be treated by an eye doctor. If skin bonding occurs, soak in acetone-base nail polish remover or warm soapy water and carefully peel or roll skin apart (do not pull). Contact through clothing may cause skin burn. If spilled on clothing, flush with cold water. Avoid prolonged breathing of vapors. Use with adequate ventilation. Keep out of reach of children.