WELDBOND is more than just a great glue that we use in our Mosaic Studio, it's a universal adhesive that works fast to join many products to themselves as well as to each other. Weldbond can virtually weld together glass, ceramic tiles, cement, concrete, bricks, plaster, metal, glass, wood tiles, building panels, and much more.
A unique product itself, WELDBOND is more than an adhesive. It's also a powerful universal primer for porous surfaces. It's a weatherproofer, dustproofer, hardener, and bonding agent. Just mix WELDBOND with sawdust, grout, cement or plaster and be amazed at the tremendous strength this product offers your repair work.
Weldbond as a glue: Use Weldbond at full strength without diluting. Apply to one surface and press together. Allow to dry thoroughly.
Weldbond as a sealer: Mix one part Weldbond with five parts water. This makes a porous surface sealer and primer. Concrete, plasterboard, or any surface that is porous can then be bonded or painted. This can save you a coat of primer.
Weldbond when bonding porous to non-porous materials: Spread a thin film of Weldbond on both surfaces; place the surfaces together. The longer that it is let to cure, the stronger the bond will be. Weldbond cures by evaporation, and when it is fully cured the bond appears crystal clear.
Weldbond when bonding two porous surfaces: When bonding two porous surfaces, surface sealing can be done prior to adhering for optimal results. Determine if the surfaces are porous by placing a drop of water on the surface. If the water lies on the surface, then sealing is unnecessary. If water soaks in, then you may want to prep the surface by sealing them with Weldbond. Porous surfaces can be primed by mixing one part Weldbond and five parts water, then apply liberally and allow to fully dry. Then spread a thin film of Weldbond on both surfaces. Clamp lightly and let dry.