StewMac Super Glue

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Speed your work by hours! Our super glues are first choice in guitar shops, thanks to fast, incredible bonding strength for repair work and instrument making.

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StewMac Super Glue 10 Thin, 1 oz.

10 Thin, 1 oz.

Item # 0010
In stock, ready to ship!


3 or more $4.31
StewMac Super Glue 20 Medium, 1 oz.

20 Medium, 1 oz.

Item # 0020
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3 or more $4.31
StewMac Super Glue 30 Thick, 1 oz.

30 Thick, 1 oz.

Item # 0030
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3 or more $4.31
Quantity Discount Prices apply when you buy multiples of the same item number.
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Quantity: 20


Speed your work by hours! Our super glues are first choice in guitar shops, thanks to fast, incredible bonding strength for repair work and instrument making.

10 Thin penetrates close-fitting wood joints and fingerboard cracks. Water-thin, it's great for fast minor drop-fill repairs on guitar finishes, too. Cures in 3-5 seconds, for a strong moisture-resistant joint.

20 Medium is our general-purpose super glue. A bit thicker, best for small imperfect joint gaps. Cures in 10-25 seconds.

30 Thick has epoxy-like gap-filling consistency. Cures in 30-50 seconds to allow joint repositioning.

Be ready for any repair situation that demands a fast permanent bond. Spend less time setting up clamps and waiting for other glues to dry!

  • Jigs
  • Fretting
  • Binding
  • Inlays
  • Finish touch-ups
  • Nut slot repairs

Bonus: we include 3 Whip Tip nozzle extenders for precision gluing.

Each 1-ounce bottle is the practical size to minimize shelf life problems. To maximize shelf life, store super glues in a cool dry place.

Warning! Super glues bond skin and eyes instantly. Use in a well ventilated area. Keep out of the reach of children.

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StewMac Super Glue

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By Bassic from Quad Cities, IA
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, August 08, 2011

I read Dan Erlewine's "Super Glue Savior" article a few years ago and have wanted to use his technique ever since. I finally purchased a fretless 5-string bass kit in June (2011) and have just completed finishing and building it. Per Dan's article, I used the 20 and 10 super glues to build 7 coats on the fretless fingerboard. I used StewMac accelerator to speed the glue's drying time and was done with all glue application and sanding in less than 3 hours. After following Dan's progressive sanding method, I ended up with a very thin, even, and glossy fretboard coating. I've played an epoxy-coated fretless fingerboard before and didn't like the whiney, mechanical tone that resulted from the thick epoxy coating. By comparison, this relatively thin super glue coating has added just the slightest nuance of "mwah" as well as additional sustain - perfect! I'm a beginner when it comes to woodwork so the fact that *I* could quickly achieve this incredible result with this simple technique should give confidence to anyone else who wants to try this method. This would be difficult to do without having these two weights of super glue at your disposal so I highly recommend them! The no-clog StewMac bottles make working with these super glues much easier, too.

Super Glue 30

By SilvioG from Cape Coral, FL
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Stew-Mac's Superglue grades (10) and (20) grades continue to be my go-to glues for bread & butter routine repairs. I have also found the (30) grade to be indispensable to help keep customer repair costs low for some common vintage repairs coming through my shop.

Super Glue 20

By Slash671 from Guam
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, June 19, 2011

Great glue! Used it to handle my first inlay as advertised! Awesome!

Best Super Glue

By NormanHaight from Southwest
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, May 21, 2011

Actually the glue isn't the cool deal, the bottle is the best out there. I have tried a lot of brands and I always throw half of the stuff away because the container gets messed up. I have used every drop of #10 thin since I started buying the Stew-Mac brand. Great job guys

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By Keith McGavern from Shawnee, OK, USA
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, May 15, 2011

Great products. Great response time. Thank you.

Very good

By Umang Mittal from Perth, Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, May 14, 2011

Works well. Packaged very well. Good size bottle to minimise wastage. A bit pricey though.

Super-Super Glue

By jerry banfield from chatham,il
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, May 05, 2011

I use all the super glues, I use the brush on #20 a lot, it's so handy to brush on the exact amount in the exact spot.

Better than clear when required

By Julyan Wallis, Guitar Doctor / J Gu from Cornwall, UK
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Just the job for touchups etc... Used with an accelerator they are very trustworthy.

super glue 

By Henry Doell from Saskatoon
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, May 04, 2011

I'm not sure why, but the super glues I receive and regularly use from Stew. Mac. outperforms any off the rack superglues that I have ever used.

perfect stuff

By hufschmid from Montreux
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, April 28, 2011

According to Wikipedia, cyanoacrylates were invented in 1942 by Dr. Harry Coover and Fred Joyner of Kodak Laboratories during experiments to make a transparent plastic suitable for gun sights. Who would have ever thought that it would become the most handy and best tool for the guitar industry?! I use it to glue binding...

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