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StewMac Bind-ALL Guitar Binding Glue

StewMac Bind-ALL Guitar Binding Glue

StewMac Bind-ALL Guitar Binding Glue

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StewMac Bind-ALL Guitar Binding Glue

About This Item

Fast-setting glue for instrument bindings
For gluing plastic bindings to any tonewood. Bind-ALL is the first choice of major guitar manufacturers. Now available in a convenient tube for small shops.

Holds bindings in place while you work
Bind-ALL's high tackiness helps you position long strips of plastic binding. Bindings stay in place instead of slipping, giving you time to apply clamping bands or tape.

    Use Bind-ALL for gluing all these bindings and trims:
  • ABS plastic
  • Celluloid nitrate
  • Butyrate
  • Vinyl

Permanent bond to all tonewoods
Creates a high-strength bond to all tonewoods, even oily hardwoods like rosewood and cocobolo. Sets in just two minutes; fully cures in 12 hours.

Good for binding repairs, too: keep a tube on hand to fix loose or missing bindings.

Bind-ALL is the same glue used by major manufacturers. StewMac is the only place you can get it in a handy dandy squeezable tube (it’s usually sold in glass jars or cans to be brushed on, which gets messy real fast).

WARNING! Contains solvents that will damage nitrocellulose lacquer and other finishes. Use with care around finished instruments.

Store at room temperature.

2.4 fl. oz. (71ml) tube.



CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.


Instructions

Product Instructions

How to Install Bindings

Overview of binding, purfling, and other instrument trim, including binding recommendations and installation techniques.

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5.0

Tip for Using Tubes

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Verified Buyer


It seems like some of you are having issues with using the tube. I live at over 8,000' and every package that I get that has air in it is highly pressurized. Before you open a tube like this, stand it up with the spout up for a day or so to make sure the contents go to the bottom. You can also tie a string to the top and swing it around like a centrifuge.Then open it and squeeze all the air out. When you use a tube with air in it, you compress the air first and when you have enough product and let go, the air inside the tube wants to equalize with the ambient air pressure.

4.0

New Ovation Soundboard

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Verified Buyer


I used this to attach a new soundboard to an old ovation turtle back. Wood to plastic. It hasn't exploded yet. Seems to have done the trick.

5.0

A must have

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Verified Buyer


Keep an extra on hand. If your doing a lot of binding work you don’t want to run out. To do a good binding job you don’t want to go half way and run out and have to wait for the next shipment.

5.0

Glue

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Good stuff

5.0

Good binding adhesive

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Verified Buyer


It holds binding on nicely

5.0

Just the thing

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Verified Buyer


Anytime your are gluing celulose to wood or most any mixed material, this is just what you need. It dries quickly, which is nice but you need to be deliberate in using this stuff.

5.0

Happy Surprise

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Verified Buyer


I almost went with modelers glue to save a few $$. I'm glad I held out. Bind All was easy to work with, easy cleanup, and, most importantly, did a fantastic job. My ten year old granddaughter and I applied binding to her soon to be new ukelele and it looks like it was done by a pro. She's happy and so am I.

5.0

Much neater

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Verified Buyer


This product is much neater to use than the previous brand I used from Stew/Mac. It also dries faster and saves waiting time.

2.0

Hard to use.

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Verified Buyer


Just like others have said, once you squeeze the tube the glue comes out and keeps on coming out with no way to stop it. That is really bad when you need just a small amount. Also again like others have said, the drying time stated is not accurate at all. You better move really fast if you want to get the binding in the right place then you better not be moving it around to much for to long. Other than that it is a very good glue. Just needs a way to control the flow of it and maybe they need to rethink the drying time.

3.0

A bit of a challenge to use

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I got myself setup to repair the binding on my acoustic but I found the bind all a bit of a challenge to use. First, it’s a little thinner/runnier than I expected and with a metal tube once you squeeze a little and change the volume capacity of the tube, that amount is coming out whether you are totally ready or not! Second, it says you have two minutes of work time. Well, getting all the glue in place in the right amount, around the entire guitar, and taping it in place in two minutes is a challenge! Pro tip, cut all your tape strips ahead of time, have a hair dryer plugged in and ready to go to soften/bend the binding, and have a second person ready to assist. I’m not a pro, so I concede I may have done something wrong, but being in such a hurry with a product that was hard to control led to a lot of drips and squeeze out that was also a challenge to clean up afterwards. In one spot as I tried to wipe away excess it took finish off the body of the guitar. Bottom line, maybe leave this repair to an experienced acoustic repair tech!

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