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StewMac Tinted Super Glue

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StewMac Tinted Super Glue White, 0.5 oz.

White, 0.5 oz.

Item # 0020-W
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StewMac Tinted Super Glue Black, 1 oz.

Black, 1 oz.

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StewMac Tinted Super Glue Amber, 1 oz.

Amber, 1 oz.

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StewMac Tinted Super Glue

About This Item

Excellent for repair work!
Colored glues are ideal for touching up gaps and repairing bindings, nuts, inlay and more.

StewMac's super glues are formulated specifically for instrument repair. All the tinted glues are #20 Medium viscosity, best for filling small imperfect joint gaps. They'll speed your work by hours. Our tinted super glues cure in 10-25 seconds.

Bonus: we include 3 free Whip Tip nozzle extenders with every bottle of super glue. Whip Tips add pin-point precision, letting you apply glue exactly where you want it!


StewMac Tinted Super Glues come in 3 different colors (sold separately) for various guitar repair situations:

White super glue matches white nuts and new plastic binding. Also makes a great base for tinting with other colors. 0.5-ounce bottle.

Black blends well with ebony repairs, convenient for working on fretboards and bridges. Fill around inlay on a black peghead, too! 1-ounce bottle.

Amber was developed with aged lacquer in mind. Tech advisor Erick Coleman uses amber glue on the ends of nuts to simulate an aged, lacquered-in appearance. 1-ounce bottle.


Small bottles 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.


Trade Secrets!

Trade Secrets!

Fixing a small chip in your guitar's finish

This issue of Trade Secrets is a video: Dan Erlewine demos three of his favorite finish repair tips: 1. Super glue drop fills. 2. Frank Ford's razor blade trick. 3. Strip-sanding with fingertip pressure.

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5.0

Great additon to the line.

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Good results.

5.0

Perfect

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Verified Buyer


I have a Ebony neck with a one and a half inch crack in the fretboard. I repaired the crack with Stewmac Tinted Super Glue and I couldn't be more pleased. The neck looks and feels great.

5.0

Pipes restoring

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Verified Buyer


I'm a vintage pipe collector and I use StewMac Black Super Glue for repairing teeth marks on stems. It's works great!

4.0

Still thickens quickly

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Verified Buyer


Like having the white, seems to have a bad shelf life.And I keep mine cool.
VM

5.0

Repairing pipe stems

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Verified Buyer


I use this for filling depressions in pipe stems made out of volcanite. The color is a very close match and the hardness is close enough.

4.0

Sticks where it should

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Verified Buyer


I started trying to use the simple repair techniques described here; getting the glue in just the right amount seems to be the trick. I'm still learning!

2.0

Could be great 

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Verified Buyer


Bought this for filling screw holes and repairing cracks and deep scratches in black guitars. Had very high hopes, but was disappointed to find that without accelerant, it took 1-6 HOURS to dry! It is humid here in Florida, but not that humid and not in my air-conditioned house! Then when it finally did dry, if I had put any more than 1 layer, the glue was brittle and chipped right off when I started scraping/sanding. And when applied to surfaces where there was raw wood (ie screw holes in the headstock) it just soaked right in and even after 10 layers, it was just barely flush. It took me 5 days to do a simple repair because of it. However, the first time I used it, I let it each layer dry for 24 hours and it turned out great. Deep scratches were gone and an easy fix. Don't have the time to wait a whole day just for CA glue to dry though

Response from StewMac


Thank you for your feedback. We are sorry to hear this glue didn't live up to your expectations. We've found that this glue is really handy for finished touch-ups, although tinted super glues do take a little longer to dry than clear glues. For plugging holes as deep as screw holes, we recommend using dowels rather than filling the hole with glue. If you have any questions you can contact us over the phone or throught the Contact Us link on the website. 1-800-848-2273

- Spencer, Customer Support

5.0

Good product

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Verified Buyer


So many uses, I have it in stock at all times.

5.0

Nice glue

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Verified Buyer


I use this to fix teeth marks on the stem of tobacco pipes tha I refurbish.

5.0

use it all the time

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Verified Buyer


finish repair, excellent stuff! I use it in combo with the amber lacquer pens.

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