How to use Bondic?
Has anyone used Bondic and if so, did you have good results? I know it's not glue - I'm just afraid to try it!
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Here is a great tutorial.
Hi. If you are a visual person, here is a good video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTsfwL61CR8
Hi, Kaye. Nothing to be afraid of. Bondic only works if the light can get to the repair. If you can see it, the Bondic LED can cure it. Places where it won't work are where the repair would be hidden from view, for example, if you tried to repair the handle of a ceramic cup that had broken off so it is not noticeable. If the light cannot get into the repair joint, it cannot cure. The up side is if you try it and it doesn't work, you can wipe it away. I have found it works best on surface repairs or clear glass.
Hello Kaye, hope this helps it's a training video on bondic
They have a youtube channel if you want more info.