Bond, don’t glue silicone rubber

Glue silicone rubber”  No, “bond” silicone rubber.

To glue silicone rubber is almost impossible!   However you can bond silicone rubber to itself and to any other substrate.  With the Bonding Poly Process (patent pending) you can bond silicone rubber to itself or to any other substrate quickly, easily and permanently.

Bond, don't glue silicone rubber
If you try and glue silicone rubber, you won’t like the result. When you bond silicone rubber with the Bonding Poly Process you will get the result needed.

When you glue silicone rubber, there is limited flexibility.  When you bond silicone rubber, the result is flexible.  Wherever and wherever we state that we can bond silicone rubber, the reaction is skepticism. Skeptics are the reason why we have a money-back guarantee.  If any of product or kits do not meet your performance expectations, we will refund your purchase price.  Simply return the kit.  So far, after having sold thousands of kits, we have not had to make a refund.

Bonding Poly Process (patent pending)

What’s the secret of the Bonding Poly Process?  It’s how we combine

  • a polymer-enhanced, Surface Insensitive Structural Cyanoacrylate and the following performance tools;
  • our standard Activator/Accelerator,
  • the Poly Prep
  • and adding heat to the process. 

Your result, every time, is hard to believe.  The first time we bonded a poly (a polyurethane bumper cover), we didn’t believe the result.  Over the next several months, we repeated the Bonding Poly Process again and again.   Testing was done with every polymer I could find.   Success was 100%.  And even when abused, the bond didn’t fall apart.  We asked, why did it take sixteen years to figure out the process?

When working with silicone rubber, it is extremely important to understand that polymers are very slow curing.  Silicone rubber will take thirty days or more to cure.  However, in most cases, the repaired silicone rubber can be put into use immediately.

Watch the video below on bonding silicone rubber.  It is important to note that when you’re bonding flexible material, that the bond must extend all the way to the edge.  You don’t want a peel to start.

Bond silicone rubber

Bonding Polymers

To bond polymers, you need one of poly kits.  Our Basic Poly Kit (shown below) includes;

  • an SI Structural Cyanoacrylate,
  • our standard Activator/Accelerator,
  • the  Poly Prep,
  • a detailed step-by-step instruction sheet.  We’ve been told that our instruction sheet is easy to understand and follow.  


glue Teflon® with the Basic Poly KIt- SI Blue, Poly Prep, Activator/Accelerator
glue Teflon® with the Basic Poly KIt – SI Blue, Poly Prep, Activator/Accelerator

 A link to purchase a Basic Poly Kit appears below.

Purchase Basic Poly Kit

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