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Debs (Hockley, US)
A Must Have

This has got to be in every crafters stash. We have a saying here in Texas if you want to move it use WD-40, if ya don’t want it to move use E-6000! Tip. Put a dot of hot glue then E-6000 around it. This way it will not move and let’s the E-6000 to harden n cure.

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Maria Morales (Highland, US)
Great glue

I use this glue to coat hooks before I insert them into my resin trinkets. Works great! You get a lot in this bottle but since it’s so big I’d suggest putting it on a surface and then using a toothpick to apply it to small items. It also sets fast which is convenient for time.

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Bobbie Ruth Langley (Bellingham, US)
Good product, but doesn't come with small nozzles

Very hard to apply to some pieces without the small nozzles that are sometimes packaged with this adhesive. However...I do like the product.

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Judy Huck (Edmonton, CA)
Very strong glue

The E6000 glue is very strong. The only issue I have is that it is a bit tricky to control the amount of glue that comes out once you open the top.

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Shari (Douglasville, US)
Go to…

This is my go to adhesive for attaching small findings to other small things. Always need a tube within easy reach…maybe in every room in the house!

E-6000 Epoxy Jewelry Adhesive - glue for jewelry findings

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E-6000 is the most versatile glue adhesive you will ever use!  It permanently bonds wood, metal, glass, fiberglass, ceramic, leather, rubber, vinyl, and most plastics. It's our number one choice to glue jewelry findings to your resin charms.  The bond is strong enough for rugged use without worries of it breaking or snapping. 

E-6000 is water-proof, flexible, non-flammable, photo safe, and paintable. Conforms to ASTM D-4236 meaning it is safe for use for art purposes when used as directed.  This clear formula goes on clear and dries clear.  Made in USA.

Comes in a 2-ounce squeeze tube container.

How do you use E-6000 to jewelry findings to resin charms?

Step 1:  Apply a dot of E-6000 to each surface to be joined.

Step 2:  Wait for 2 to 3 minutes before pressing the two surfaces together.

Step 3:  Scrape away any excess glue before setting it aside to wear.  Let dry for 24 hours before using.

See how easy it is to use E-6000 to adhere glue on bails to jewelry charms.

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 This jewelry adhesive has shipping restrictions.  It can only ship to the U.S., U.S protectorates, U.S. outlying islands and Canada.  For an explanation of the shipping methods available, including taxes and fees imposed upon Canadian customers, please read our shipping policy.

We want you to be thrilled with your purchase, but in case you're not, we gladly accept returns or exchanges of unopened jewelry adhesive packages within 30 days of receipt.  


Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
80%
(4)
20%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
Debs (Hockley, US)
A Must Have

This has got to be in every crafters stash. We have a saying here in Texas if you want to move it use WD-40, if ya don’t want it to move use E-6000! Tip. Put a dot of hot glue then E-6000 around it. This way it will not move and let’s the E-6000 to harden n cure.

M
Maria Morales (Highland, US)
Great glue

I use this glue to coat hooks before I insert them into my resin trinkets. Works great! You get a lot in this bottle but since it’s so big I’d suggest putting it on a surface and then using a toothpick to apply it to small items. It also sets fast which is convenient for time.

B
Bobbie Ruth Langley (Bellingham, US)
Good product, but doesn't come with small nozzles

Very hard to apply to some pieces without the small nozzles that are sometimes packaged with this adhesive. However...I do like the product.

J
Judy Huck (Edmonton, CA)
Very strong glue

The E6000 glue is very strong. The only issue I have is that it is a bit tricky to control the amount of glue that comes out once you open the top.

S
Shari (Douglasville, US)
Go to…

This is my go to adhesive for attaching small findings to other small things. Always need a tube within easy reach…maybe in every room in the house!