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
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$5.46

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StewMac Super Glue 20 Medium, 1 oz.

20 Medium, 1 oz.

Item # 0020
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$5.46

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StewMac Super Glue 30 Thick, 1 oz.

30 Thick, 1 oz.

Item # 0030
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$5.46

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Product Details

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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The glue I use every day !

By T. C. Tyler from Portland, OR
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, October 08, 2010


The #10 super glue works great. I use "whip tip" #1161 with all the super glue that I use. I do not have any problems with the bottle threads gluing to the top. Its great for fretting, because it's so thin that it will run down the fret quickly making it easy to fret. Just watch out for the fingers, super glue remover comes in handy at time too.

Thin Super Glue

By Aaron C from Virginia
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, September 25, 2010


The glue itself is fine, so are the other thicknesses. The thin is a lot of trouble because it seeps into the threading of the nozzles. I tried to replace the entire end, not just the cap. It was permanently glued onto the bottle so when I tried to unscrew it, it just tore the bottle apart. So each bottle I get, I only get in about 1/3 of the way and the bottle is unusable. So - the glue is fine, but the bottles aren't.

Great glue, but need replacement bottles

By Steve Ruhl from New York, NY
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, September 08, 2010


I use these glues for all sorts of jobs in the shop. They are absolutely invaluable. That said, the screw-tops have a tendency to seize because the glue grabs in the threaded area. At that point, the whole top will snap off before the bond will give way, at which point i have to use a teflon plug to seal the bottle and a pipette to use the glue. I'm sure this could all be avoided by regular cleaning of the threads and top with remover, but that's an extra step and more exposure to solvents. It would be a GREAT addition to the catalog to offer replacement bottles.

Name change request...

By Carl S from NY, NY
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, September 02, 2010


Super(b) Glue :))

Worked well for me

By CRMandomaker from Castle Rock, WA
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, August 27, 2010


Used this glue to install MOP inlay and repair a couple of small spots on an ebony fingerboard. Doesn't dry as fast as traditional superglue, so I had some time to work with it.

Black Opaque super glue

By GML from Bloomington, IN
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, August 12, 2010


Can't live without it. Great for filling wormholes in dark wood, and flaws in ebony or other very dark woods.

Couldn't ask for more

By mmbassballs from CA
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, July 24, 2010


I used #10 and it did the job! It can get through the tight spots very well (exactly what I needed) and holds strong. It dries very fast though... That kind of got me the first time I used it. But besides that, it is high quality super glue.

#10 bottle is short lived

By Jack J from Livermore, CA USA
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, July 15, 2010


I got a few uses out ot the # 10 bottle before the cap glued its self to the stem. On unscrewing the stem the stem glued its self to the bottle. The pin stopper was nice until I lost it. Big mess, I used a lot of solvent on my fingers. I think the stem needs to be longer.

Truly Super Glue

By Michael Wurn from Osceola, IN
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, July 12, 2010


Your selection of super glues is excellent. I have used most of them, the black is fantastic for Ebony fretboards. I have not found anything like the #10 thin, which is very useful and I don't know how I ever did without it. I have even brought it to my day job to assemble some shims on parts for experimentation.

Good stuff Maynard!

By Swen Swenson from Worland, Wyoming
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, June 08, 2010


#10 Thin Super Glue saves the day! I'm fretting a new macassar ebony fingerboard (already elaborately inlaid and bound) and the wood's so brittle that the fret barbs are raising little splinters, so I was dabbing these with some #10 Thin to keep them from chipping out. Works great, as usual. Then, eight frets into the job I realized that the occasional drop of super glue was seeping completely through the fingerboard along a hairline crack I hadn't seen (it looked like just another fine grain line). Oh Noes! a 5" long crack right down the middle. But the #10 was seeping through the crack wherever I'd accidentally encountered it, so I just ran a line of glue completely down the crack. Problem solved! And I haven't even glued my fingers together (yet).

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