E6000 Spray Adhesive 8Oz

E6000 Spray Adhesive 8Oz


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ECLECTIC: E-6000 Spray Adhesive. This is great for any craft project! It can be used on paper; wood; poster board; cardboard; photos; fabrics; vinyl glass; felt; leather and more. This package contains one 8 oz spray bottle of adhesive. Has no odor and is clear. Conforms to ASTM D 4236. Made in USA.
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E6000 Spray Adhesive 8Oz is rated 2.3333333333333335 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Just buy the regular E6000 I was so excited when I cam across this in the store that I grabbed it right away. Wow it's useless. I've attempted to glue all sorts of things with this, paper, fabric, metal, leather, rhinestones, etc. NOTHING sticks. Save yourself the time and frustration and just buy the tube.
Date published: 2014-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Use it all the time now. I bought this for card making to glue on die cuts that are too intricate to tape or tedious to glue. I put down a paper towel, lay the die face down on the towel, and lightly mist the die. Every part gets covered. You do need to hold pressure on the die for about 10 seconds once you apply it to your card or surface, but I have had no trouble with adhesion using it in this manner. I have purchased it for "card making" friends, because I like it so much. Another great way to use it is to pour a little in a small glass dish, and use a cotton swap to apply it to the surface you're gluing. I've used it with paper and plastic and embellishments on paper and have been very pleased with the results.
Date published: 2016-03-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Share my pain... horrible... Well, I read another's review and second it wholeheartedly. At first, it looked to be very tacky and very useful. In the end, I had to reglue everything. Garbage. The tube stuff is however, quite amazing and versatile. It's a shame this does not hold the same traits. In fact, it doesn't hold much of anything.
Date published: 2014-11-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy Bought this to wrap paper to a foam wreath. It soak through the thin paper like a water spray bottle. I switched over to simple dollar store white glue. I bought E6 spray to not get my hands wet or dirty. This stuff is expensive that why I had to write this regrettable purchase.
Date published: 2015-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing for pictures I got this for adhering large poster size prints to reclaimed wood. Super easy to use and works great.
Date published: 2016-04-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This stuff is TERRIBLE! I bought this a few months ago when I ran out of my preferred aerosol spray adhesive (A's) and my local store was completely out of stock. I did need a spray adhesive, and I love the E6000 gel adhesive in the tube, so I thought I'd try this non-aerosol spray version (it is more environmentally friendly than the aerosol cans, I told myself). Turned out to be a terrible choice. I don't know if all non-aerosol adhesives are this bad (I for sure won't be trying another one to find out), or if it's just this E6000 formula; but this stuff is about as bad as the E6000 gel is good. For one, it's very awkward and difficult to pump, and spray is not produced consistently; sometimes one pump produces some spray, but other times it takes several pumps to get any spray at all. I thought at first the problem was me not holding the bottle at the correct angle when spraying, but that wasn't it; it didn't matter whether I held it perfectly level or at a 45° or any other angle (and this is with a full, new bottle). It just sprays whenever it wants to. The amount of spray is also frustratingly inconsistent, probably because of the bad pumping results. Sometimes I'd barely get any spray, and other times it would pool and start running - especially if I was holding whatever I was spraying up to avoid spraying at an angle. Even though I would move and spray in a pattern (left to right, diagonally, up & down, etc.), trying to evenly distribute the spray, I never got an even distribution - EVER. It also didn't matter how close or far I was from the surface I was spraying. The instructions say to hold the bottle 8-10 inches from the surface; but if you do that, you end up with an unacceptable amount of overspray in every direction. Getting just a bit closer doesn't help; there's just no precision at all in the way the spray is produced. It has a very runny, almost water-thin consistency, and l was cleaning up overspray and big drops of liquid every time I used it. I now wear an apron whenever I use this, and I place whatever I'm spraying inside a large cardboard box, so the overspray and mess is somewhat contained. The wrapper touts this as "Safe and Easy", with "No Odor, Easy Water Clean-Up, No Harsh Chemicals". Translation: this stuff is safe because it's so watered down, and almost devoid of any adhesive substances. It does work fairly well on thin or lightweight matte paper. It's supposed to be useable on "Paper, Wood, Poster Board, Cardboard, Photos, Foil, Medium to Heavy-Weight Fabrics, Vinyl, Foam, Styrofoam, Glass, Felt, Plastic, Rubber, Leather, and Metals", but in my experience, it doesn't adhere to ANYTHING non-porous, and only to very lightweight porous materials. It does NOT adhere to foil, plastic, rubber, vinyl, metal, or heavy cardboard, even when I've weighted pieces down for hours. I've already had to re-do several projects I attempted with this stuff using my hot glue gun or other adhesives - and I don't have the time OR the inclination to be doing the same jobs twice. I really hate to throw away ANYTHING I paid good money for, and often I'll just try to "tough it out" or find an alternate use for something that doesn't work as expected when I can't return it. But I think this stuff will get poured out onto some old newspapers to dry, & I'll wash out & recycle the container. It's too frustrating and time-consuming trying to be frugal with a product that doesn't work, and it's not worth my sanity to keep fighting a losing battle.
Date published: 2016-04-08
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