Q: What do I do if I can’t get the cap off? A: Just use a pair of pliers and gently twist the cap off. To avoid in the future always tap the bottle down three times and then squeeze the bottle three times then wipe the top of with a cotton rag. It will not stick to the cotton rag.
Q: My Glue is getting thicker, is this normal?
A: No, this is caused by one of two things; either the glue has not been refrigerator or some impurity has gotten inside the bottle. For instance unclogging the tip with a needle.
Q: I can’t get the glue off my counter, what should I do?
A: You can use The Last Clean on your counter/project. It will turn the glue into a gel and you can wipe it right off.
Q: Why isn’t the glue working?
A: Never use a lot of glue. A lot of people think that if a little is good a lot is better. This is not the case with The Last Glue. Only glue ONE SIDE and just use a drop. If the material is porous you might need a little more.
Also, remember the glue is anaerobic (works when deprived of oxygen) so if it is not a super tight fit the glue will not work without The Last Fill. You simply apply the glue keep a tight grip on the item and sprinkle with The Last Fill. It is a ground aluminum and sucks up the oxygen. It turns into a liquid weld. You can then file and color your project.
Q: What happens if I glue my fingers together?
A: The Last Glue will not glue your skin together permanently. If you glue your fingers together simply ROLL your skin apart, DO NOT PULL APART. If all else fails please use The Last Clean. The Last Glue is FDA approved as we have a large dental clientele. It will not hurt your skin.
Q: Can I use the last Glue on my skin?
A: If you get a cut simply apply The Last Glue and pour water over the cut. It will turn The Last Glue into a gel and will adhere to your skin as a liquid band-aid.
Q: Is The Last Glue guaranteed?
A: YES, The Last Glue is guaranteed for 1 year as long as it is kept in the refrigerator as soon as you buy it.
Q: Do I have to keep my glue in the refrigerator?
A: YES, even if it is not opened. As soon as you purchase The Last Glue put it in the refrigerator. If you have had the glue for awhile and you didn’t put it in the refrigerator don’t put it in now.
What can I use The Last Glue on?
- Hard PVC
- And all common plastics to themselves and to each other!
These are only a few of the thousands of ways you can use The Last Glue:
- Fix broken figurines
- Great in the tool shop
- Repair eyeglasses
- A must for crafters
- Repair antiques
- Lock screws in place
- Fix broken plates
- Repair your jewelry
- Save family heirlooms
- Repair vehicle upholstery, accessories, etc.
- Fix leaky rafts and other inflatable items
- and much more
Q: What can’t I use The Last Glue on?
A: It will not stick to skin or cloth. If you glue your fingers together, it will stick temporarialy, simply ROLL your fingers apart. Do not PULL! The Last Glue does not work on natural fibers such as cotton, silk, wool or linen. The Last Glue is not suitable for cloth, paper, teflon, polyethylene and polypropylene (food grade plastics).