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Zap-A-Gap Quick Drying Adhesive, .5 oz

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Zap-A-Gap Quick Drying Adhesive, .5 oz
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Country of Origin:

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.5 Ounces

Bin:

Y3-305

Zap-A-Gap Quick Drying Adhesive, .5 oz.

From the makers of Super Glue. It fills gaps and dries in 10-15 seconds! Includes a microdropper cap for precision application. Use what the professionals use -- a preferred product in jewelry manufacturing and repair. Made in the U.S.A.

Works best on:
  • Leather
  • Metal
  • Most plastics
  • Ceramic
  • Wood
  • Pottery
  • Rubber

Warning: Will bond skin and eyes in seconds.  Wears off skin with water exposure.

Watch the video below for a quick demonstration on how to use this product:

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Zap-A-Gap adhesive
Just used this on a Kumihimo necklace for my glue on end caps - 1st time using and was very pleased with the results. Holds well and fills in the gap between the braid and the end cap.
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Reviewed by:  from Gilbert, AZ. on 6/10/2013
5/5
5 Stars
Zap-A-Gap
Love this glue. Dries fast and really holds.
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Reviewed by:  from Grapevine, Texas. on 9/19/2011
5/5
5 Stars
Greatest Glue
I can't thank you enough, Aunties Beads for recommending this product to me. It works like magic almost instantly! I am now able to zap seal my beaded rings an completely sealing the jump rings!:)
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Reviewed by:  from Fl. on 12/21/2014
5/5
5 Stars
owner
This is the absolute best adhesive. I have tried a multitude of adhesives on leather and beaded products but none work as well as Zap-A-Gap, I think it even beats Gorilla Glue but the warning about not getting it on your skin or anything else because you will be glued to it is no joke.
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Reviewed by:  from New Meadows, ID. on 6/16/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Zap-A-Gap
This is the first time I have used this product and it is awesome. Super quick drying and strong. Love it
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Reviewed by:  from Boronia. on 3/15/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Best glue
I've used lots of different glues, and this is my favorite for end caps, leather and anything for which I need a quick set.
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Reviewed by:  from Quincy. on 3/11/2015
5/5
5 Stars
zap-a-gap
love this glue. dries quick and really holds!
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Reviewed by:  from detroit lakes. on 5/17/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Zap-A-Gap
I just love this glue. I just started making stretchy bracelet and use a drop of this on the knot for reinforcement. I highly recommend it.
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Reviewed by:  from PA. on 4/29/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Can't make stuff without this.
If it wasn't for zap a gap I don't know where I'd be. It comes in so handy and really works. Never have any problems with this around.
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Reviewed by:  from Roanoke,Tx. on 12/31/2014
5/5
5 Stars
Zap a Gap
Really works. I had a metal joint on a bracelet that nothing else would work. Zap-a-gap sealed the ends together.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Washington. on 12/1/2014
5/5
5 Stars
Super!
Fantastic glue, best bond I have found for leather wrap bracelets. A little is all thats needed. I even used it to seal a tear on a pair of boots. Be sure the cap goes back on tight though!!
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Reviewed by:  from Hazelwood, MO. on 2/9/2014
5/5
5 Stars
Best glue ever!
This is the best glue. It only takes a small amount to make a strong bond. I use it to secure my beaded kumihimo bracelets into the finishing cap. Be careful though, it bonds to skin too.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from omaha. on 11/20/2013
5/5

Questions and Answers

Q: Is this a good product to use for sealing leather knots and attaching leather scraps onto a leather bracelet for design?
Asked by: Beth - 10/14/2013
A: Yes. This product is recommended for use with leather.
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Answer provided by:  Adam Henderson (10/15/2013)
Q: Does ZapAGap glue dry hard and stiff or pliable and also can it get wet or washed? Thank you!
Asked by: Bodacious Rockz - 10/19/2013
A: ZapAGap works like a super glue so it is going to dry quite hard. We do not recommend getting it wet.
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Answer provided by:  Adam Henderson (10/21/2013)
Q: If this glue gets onto beads or components, does it dry clear? I ask because super glue does not dry clear. Thanks.
Asked by: Gail Davis - 1/15/2015
A: I believe it dries clear...funny I have had this all over the place including me and now I am trying to remember if it does, but I really think it does. I may however dull the appearance of the color. I would suggest keeping some rubbing alcohol handy with paper towels or cotton swabs to clean up any accidents.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (1/16/2015)
Q: I have used the Zap a Gap to glue a flower end cap to my beaded bracelet and perhaps I used a bit too much and some of the glue dripped down on the magatama beads (matte bronze metallic). After the glue dries is there any way to remove the glue from the beads? Thanks!
Asked by: April - 8/9/2014
A: Though I have not used this product or suggest it, as it may remove the finish from your beads, I read recently that there is a product that can be found at hobby stores in the model car department, the product apparently will dissolve glues or cements. Karla
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (8/12/2014)
Q: Can I use this for stretch cord bracelets? Thanks!
Asked by: Amy - 10/31/2014
A: Yes you can use this glue for stretch bracelets.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (11/4/2014)

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