Wellbond — A Non-Toxic Household Glue Made In Canada

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.

11 thoughts on “Wellbond — A Non-Toxic Household Glue Made In Canada”

  1. The small toothpaste type tube of Wellbond has a super thin nozzle for detail applications. I need to buy more but can not find that particular tube of Wellbond. Help.

    1. The glue used to put wallpaper up is water soluble so that at it can be reactivated to allow removal or replacement at some future time. This glue is not that. It’s forever. I uses some on fence post 40 years ago and it’s still up there. LOL

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