March 2001's
Glue of the Month


Most of you are familiar with Krazy Glue and Super Glue; these glues are Cyanoacrylates. They have been on the market since the mid seventy's, and in their day were considered unconventional and technologically ground breaking because they set up instantly when exposed to air and required very little clamping time. Well, it is nice to know that the glue inventors don't rest on their laurels. PascoFix is an improved Cyanoacrylate. It has all the features that we look for in a cyanoacrylate; it is fast, bonds a wide variety of materials and it is very strong, but PascoFix will not stick to skin, does not evaporate in the container and is much easier to use than many other cyanoacrylates because it is not as sensitive to oxygen exposure. The PascoFix guys are fresh on the market and can be seen at most home trade shows. For a schedule of their tour and more information on their products, check out their informative web site:

Or better yet, go out and see them in action, and you might just get a free sample. We promise they won't glue your fingers together!

Past Glues of the Month

If you've discovered a glue that you've grown attached to, please let us know. Maybe we can honor your glue in a future month.

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