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You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. This product is not intended to bond structural components of a vehicle such pillars, rockers, or frame members.
3M™ Panel Bonding Adhesive is a two-part epoxy adhesive formulated to meet GM 6449G and Chrysler MS-CD 507 standards. Panel Bonding Adhesive has excellent adhesion to a wide variety of plastic and metal substrates.
3M™ Panel Bonding Adhesive is a two-part epoxy adhesive which provides extended work-time but can be rapidly cured with heat.


Loctite Glass Glue is the only patented super glue specially formulated for bonding glass; Glass to Glass, Glass to Metal, Stained Glass, Crystal, & Tinted Glass. The primary use is to replace quarter panels, roofs, box sides, van sides, utility vehicle sides and door skins. If doubt exists as to whether a particular component is structural, then that component should be welded. When the manufacturer's directions are followed, this product can be used to bond door skins, roof skins, quarter panels and box sides.
It is packaged in a 37.5 ml cartridge and is to be used in conjunction with our 08190 Performance Manual Applicator and 38191 or 38193 Static Mixing Nozzle. Not for use on structural components such as pillars, frame rails, core supports, or rocker panels (on unibody vehicles).


Forming fast and durable joints, the bond is water and heat resistant to stand up to every day use.
It's also for invisible bonding of glass, china, ceramics, stone metals and other non porous materials.1fl.



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    Polymer chains than the gel version layer off and achieve a smooth repair methods are used.
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    Specially formulated to fix the particular distortion inherent to that lens copper, aluminum, brass, bronze.