Amazing Results With Super Glue and Baking Soda!

Isn't it annoying when super glue doesn't do it's job? 

Whether it's trying to mend a broken picture frame or repair a cracked ceramic mug, it's frustrating when I'm trying to repair something quickly and it doesn't hold up like it should.

But recently, I stumbled upon a handy hack that has been a game-changer: Adding baking soda to super glue.

This simple trick creates a super super glue, which as an incredibly strong and durable bond that can tackle even the toughest repairs!

How Use Super Glue and Baking Soda To Create A Stronger Bond

To create a stronger bond using super glue and baking soda, follow these simple steps:

Clean the surfaces

Make sure the surfaces you plan to bond are clean and free of any dirt, grease, or debris. This will ensure better adhesion.

Apply super glue

Apply a layer of super glue to one of the surfaces you want to bond. Use a generous amount, but avoid applying too much to prevent excess glue from oozing out.

Sprinkle baking soda

While the super glue is still wet, sprinkle a small amount of baking soda evenly over the glued surface. The baking soda will act as a filler and reinforcement for the glue.

Apply pressure

Quickly press the two surfaces together firmly to create a strong bond. Hold them in place for a few seconds to allow the glue to set.

Clean up excess

Once the bond has formed, use a brush or cloth to remove any excess baking soda around the glued area.

Allow to cure

Let the glued object sit undisturbed for the recommended time to allow the super glue to fully cure and the bond to strengthen further.

By combining super glue with baking soda, you can create a durable and resilient bond that is perfect for a wide range of household repairs.

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