Weldbond Multi-Purpose Glue is a non-toxic glue made in Canada. It doesn’t produces fumes and it’s safe for the environment.
Wellbond glue is a great alternative to toxic glues that contain xylene, light aliphatic naphtha, N-hexane, and toulene.
You can use it to bond to wood, tiles, ceramics, glass, foam, and stone. It can also be used as a sealant on porous surfaces.
Weldbond dries to clear and flexible bond. Technically, this glue is a polyvinyl acetate adhesive — commonly known as “wood glue”.
Some types of plastic, rubber, and cast metals will not produce a bond with Weldbond — specifically polyethylene, unbacked vinyl, P.V.C., Teflon, polypropylene, vinyl to vinyl, cast iron, cast aluminum.
Weldbond Glue Toxicity Details
Wellbond is approved by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) — a global safety certification company.
This glue has Ecologo certification — this means Weldbond has been created without latex, aromatic and halogenated solvents, formaldehyde, and toxic metals.
Weldbond also conforms to ASTM d4236 — this means all of the hazardous components have been clearly labeled on the product packaging.