How to Stick Plastic to Plastic

In every working environment, whether it be the industrial work place, leisure or D.I.Y, the question perpetually asked is How to stick plastic to plastic?. It is a common question because it is a common task for people to partake in. The main problem arose when people could not find a strong enough glue to successfully stick plastic to plastic. 

Sticking plastic to plastic is so challenging because of its composition and with such diverse variations, in many situations it’s near impossible to properly stick plastic together with another form of palstic. The conventional two component products such as epoxies do not perform well in Sticking plastic to plastic due to them curing rigid. Another problem comes in the form of the included hardener which, in some cases, will react with the plastic. In most of the applications related to sticking plastic to plastic, the parts that are to be bonded are small with do not include enough surface area for a quality adhesive to work.

The perfect product to the problem of how to stick plastics is C-Tec’s Superfast Adhesive. Superfast – a member of the unique CT1 product range, is a unique and almost pure cyanacrylate. The appearance of the bottle would suggest that it is a run of the mill superglue, but that’s where the similarities end. Superfast will create a formidable bond between all plastics except polypropylene. In some plastics, it will create a fusion of the two plastics. Not only is it solvent free, (which will not react with the plastics) it will also not cure in the bottle for up to 18 months.

Superfast will also bond metals, glass and numerous other materials and even porous materials. This superglue can also even work on all woods, which will not be a problem if the area is prepared with Superfast activator. It is recommended to degrease the parts beforehand and the perfect way to do this is Multisolve our unique safe multi-purpose solvent. Multisolve will ensure that the area is cleaned and free from any grime, grease, oil or residue from the base material. Once this is complete, the area at hand will be ready for Superfast Plus application. In the situation of having to stick large areas of plastic to plastic, you may be better using CT1 the Snag List Eliminator which is just the ticket for such a large surface area.

In conclusion:
How to Stick Plastic to Plastic
Small Areas = Superfast Plus

How to Stick Plastic to Plastic
Large Areas = CT1 The Snag List Eliminator