StewMac Super Glue

StewMac Super Glue

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StewMac Super Glue 10 Thin, 1 oz.

10 Thin, 1 oz.

Item # 0010
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$5.96

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StewMac Super Glue 20 Medium, 1 oz.

20 Medium, 1 oz.

Item # 0020
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StewMac Super Glue 30 Thick, 1 oz.

30 Thick, 1 oz.

Item # 0030
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StewMac Super Glue

About This Item

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! Each bottle includes 3 free Whip Tip nozzle extenders for precision gluing, and 1 clog-free stopper which has a tiny pin to prevent clogs.

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.


Trade Secrets!

Trade Secrets!

Which super glue to use: thin, medium or thick?

Dan Erlewine uses photo examples to show when to choose thin, medium or thick super glue for instrument work.

Instructions

Product Instructions

Inside Story on Instant Adhesives

Dan Erlewine explains the ins and outs of working with instant adhesives and "super" glues.

Product Instructions

Stewart-MacDonald Super Glues

An explanation of the characteristics and applications of different instant adhesives.

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5.0

Gotta move fast to keep up with this!

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Just what I wanted to migrate down into some bashed-in layers on a laminate Blueridge. Let set, the, used my oscillating multi tool to sand away the evidence. The thin glue fully migrated into the layers and ran out a little on the inside-which was good to more fully glue the damage (bad UPS trip).all the way through.
This thin glue also puts a nice finish on the bare wood I sanded down to (on the top)-that I later buffed to blend nicely with the factory poly finish. Some folks on the net are, in fact using as a final, tough, fast drying finish. You outta try this on a scrap...works great!...
BUT FAST is VERY FAST. I glued the lid to the bottle by waiting a bit to long (IN seconds!), and got dab on my finger I had to use acetone (or fingernail polish remover) to wipe off...so be careful!!

5.0

Great for repairing cracks

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Verified Buyer


Yeah no complaints, this glue is great for wicking into cracks in tops,backs or side. On tops it does make the crack darker that the wood but most of the time it just looks like a grain line. On dark wood it’s more or less invisible.

5.0

Glue

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Excellent product,quick, strong repairs.

5.0

Works good

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Works just like sat city CA. You can hold a drop right at the end of the included whip tip for pin point precision!

5.0

StewMac Super Glue

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Excellent wicking. I used it to hold a loose fret. Work as expected.

5.0

Perfect

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I love the thinned-out Super Glue! It moves easily into the smallest of spaces, exactly where you want it, using the pipettes. It doesn't dry right away so there's a chance to adjust your work before clamping then dries and holds as well as Super Glue should. Great for fret ends that are beginning to rise at the edge and can save doing a 'recommended' complete fret job.

5.0

perfect for my needs

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i am kinda new to building guitars and after research i knew that i would probly run into situations that i would need this super glue. it didnt take long before i came across loose frets! thankfully i had pleanty on hand. it is strong and holds great.

5.0

Love this stuff. Always keep some around.

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Verified Buyer


I use this stuff for dings and dents. In this case, I have uneven surfaces and the neck nut shows a gap. Hard to see, but you can feel it with your fingers. I fixed it. It was a new guitar, No one else will even attempt such a feat. Now I need to polish the sanding marks.

5.0

Astounding super glue!

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I bought #10 to glue frets on my lute, but first use was to fix a crack in my fingernail. I have used superglue for fingernails for decades, but never found one this good. It wicks instantly into the deepest recesses of a crack, cures fast, does not shrink, has minimal odor and does not seem to attack my skin, which has become sensitized to cyanoanacrylate after years of use.

5.0

as advertised...

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imagine that, in this day and age!! bought #10 and #20. #10 filled small cracks and separations, with and without sanding dust, as required. was a little unwieldy until I got used to how thin it is. also used it to waterproof seal the edge of a sandwiched piece of basswood so it wouldn't change color when finishing with Truoil. #20 mixed with sanding dust filled a big edge nick to a barely noticeable condition. using a Glue Looper and the accompanying Whip Tips (comes with the glue) this stuff becomes a technical step up from ordinary cyanoacrylate.

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