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Gluing Correx, Acrylic, Foamex or Polycarbonate? – Watch our “how to” Video

Tecbond instant bonding hot melt adhesives for gluing Correx, Acrylic, Foamex and Polycarbonate

There are several materials that usually resist bonding with hot melts such as Corrugated Plastic Sheet, Acrylic, PVC Foam Board and Polycarbonate. However, Tecbond is more than just a glue stick! Tecbond adhesives can instantly bond all of these materials which are often used in sign making, point of sale units, display industries, exhibition displays and model making.

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Glues for bonding Acrylics

Glues for bonding Foamex 

Glues for bonding Correx

Glues for bonding Polypropylene

Our customers also asked:

Q: What type of adhesive is best for bonding Correx to other materials?

A: We have discussed bonding Correx at length in this piece here.

Q: Are Tecbond glue sticks toxic? 

Tecbond glue sticks are generally considered non-toxic when used as directed, but it’s essential to handle them with care to avoid burns and inhaling fumes. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions and work in a well-ventilated area.

Q: What are the applications of Tecbond adhesives?

A: Tecbond adhesives can instantly bond materials like Correx, Acrylic, Foamex, and Polycarbonate.


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