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Adhesive - Bob Smith Industries, Maxi-Cure Extra Thick Cyanoacrylate

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SKU: S-F504X
Item ID: 040186
Starting at: $5.50
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Bob Smith Industries ™ Maxi Cure ™ Extra Thick Gap Filling Cyanoacrylate. A must have for luthiers!

Maxi Cure ™ is the highest viscosity CA we have available and is great for extreme gap filling and finish fills. It can be carved with a knife or razor blade and sanded and feathered to form a finish which makes it great for chip repairs. The extra thick viscosity of Maxi Cure ™ also allows longer repositioning time than other glues (10-25 sec.)

Apply Maxi Cure ™ in a coil pattern to one of the parts to be glued, spread glue evenly, then assemble parts. Hold or clamp firmly for 30-60 seconds.

To speed up curing time use the Insta-Set accelerator! (S-F506)

  • Extra thick, gap filling consistency
  • 10-25 second cure time
  • For looser fitting applications where a low viscosity glue is required
  • Available in 1oz. and 2oz. sizes

WARNING*: These products are eye and respiratory irritants. Product can bond skin instantly. Keep away from children!

Please see attached Safety Data Sheet for more information.

Please see attached Safety Data Sheet for more information.

OptionOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
1 ozS-F504707336112000
2 ozS-F505707336113007
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