UV Light Cured Adhesives

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beiland

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#1
I saw this question posed on another forum, and thought it was appropriate here.

Have any of you used the relatively new UV light-cured adhesive? As seen on TV is one variety. If so, what were your experiences with it, and what applications worked well or poorly.
 

santafewillie

Well-Known Member
#3
My dentist has also used it on my teeth with good results, although he now uses something more "advanced", which actually means more costly. I also had that work done in 2012.

Willie
 

beiland

Well-Known Member
#5
From another forum....
Don't waste your money! Typical Chinese made $19.95 type garbage. My wife bought me this stuff as a gift and it was useless on anything I tried to use it on, even some of the things they show it doing on TV. Probably made in the same plant as exploding batteries. ;-)
 

santafewillie

Well-Known Member
#9
I finally received a tube of this stuff for Christmas. So far I am pleased with the results. Seems to work as well as CA glue and it doesn't stick my fingers together. My teeth (crowns) that I referenced in post #3 are still working better than the ones that they replaced.
 
#10
I saw this question posed on another forum, and thought it was appropriate here.

Have any of you used the relatively new UV light-cured adhesive? As seen on TV is one variety. If so, what were your experiences with it, and what applications worked well or poorly.
Not quite an adhesive but I bought a scratch repairer on EBAY recently here in Australia . One of those "as seen on tv" items actually . Cost me $7 for a two pack . I was skeptical . It works quite well but I realised it was UV cured before I tried it . Needs 1-48 hours of UV sun to activate it .
 





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