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How to Choose Between Water-Based and Hot Melt Glues

Adhesives are used virtually everywhere in the manufacturing world to keep things together. When trying to bond surfaces, having a reliable adhesive makes all the difference. With so many options available for commercial adhesives, how do you know which is the best for your project?

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Heat-Resistant Adhesives for Tough Industrial Applications

Are your bonds falling apart under hot temperatures? You don’t have to sweat about your glue giving up under high temperatures, you just need a heat resistant adhesive! Below are some glues that can withstand the heat to ensure your bond will hold strong.

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10 Applications for Industrial Hot Melt Glue You Might Not Know!

When talking about hot melt glue, sticks, and dispensers, people tend to think of its arts and crafts applications. While most of us were probably introduced to hot glue during craft time, it is one of the most commonly used adhesives in industrial manufacturing. You’ve probably touched several items held together with hot glue today without even realizing it! Industrial hot melt is one of the most versatile adhesives on the market, and its fast drying time, flexibility, and strength make it a recommended choice for many manufacturers.

Check out the top industrial uses for hot melt glue listed below—a few might surprise you!

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Best Practices for Liquid Water-Based Adhesives

What holds the world together? Glue.

Industrial adhesives are the sticky backbone of thousands of companies across a variety of industries, including woodworking, packaging, graphics arts, manufacturing, and more. Depending on what you’re trying to stick together, your choice of glue matters!

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