Zap Goo is an all-purpose adhesive and sealant. Not a super glue. Bonds virtually anything to anything. Gooey, strong, clear and remains flexible. For porous and non-porous surfaces. 1 oz. tube
  • All-purpose adhesive and sealant
  • Bonds to virtually anything
  • Dries clear
  • Remains flexible
  • Works with mixed materials
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    Zap Goo, 1 oz.

    Zap Goo, 1 oz.

    Item #: 84368
    $4.95

    This item is backordered from our supplier. We will ship as soon as it is received. Your credit card will not be charged until shipped. Please Note: For shipments to locations outside the USA, backordered items must be placed on separate orders.

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    Zap Goo is an all-purpose adhesive and sealant. Not a super glue. Bonds virtually anything to anything. Gooey, strong, clear and remains flexible. For porous and non-porous surfaces. 1 oz. tube
  • All-purpose adhesive and sealant
  • Bonds to virtually anything
  • Dries clear
  • Remains flexible
  • Works with mixed materials
  • FEATURED VIDEO

    Zap Goo, 1 oz.

    ZAP GOO bonds wood to fiberglass, metal to wood, plastic to metal, and just about anything to anything else with a strong, flexible bond. ZAP GOO is an excellent adhesive for today's high tech composite airplane, boat, and car hobby products, and great for all of those fix-it, mend-it, seal-it, and stick-it jobs around the house. The excellent shock-resistant flexible bond means your parts will stay put, even when subject to high vibration and extreme shocks. The ability of ZAP GOO to bond various and varied materials together makes it great for craft work, including wood, clay, plaster, glass, and fabrics.

    Helpful Hints: ZAP GOO takes 24 to 36 hours to fully cure and reach maximum strength. All parts to be bonded together should be clean and dry. Apply ZAP GOO to both parts, let dry for 1 to 2 minutes, then assemble. Clamp or set aside to dry, and do not disturb the bonded joint until dry. When applying ZAP GOO, a slight hesitation in pulling the tube away from the glue will prevent stringing. For disassembly, ZAP GOO bonds can be cut with a razor knife.