K.G., Westminister, CA.
My son and his classmate had to design a tower for their Physics class. This structure had to be designed out of popsicle sticks. The kids used Rhino Glue and had the tallest, sturdiest structure and even supported a steel ball at the top. I must say that this glue truly holds, and my son and classmate took 1st place and earned an A for their grade. We thank you so much.    Read more>>
Rhino Glue Instructions:

1. Using a pair of scissors, make a cut one quarter of an inch from the top of the  
bottle nozzle. If  the tip becomes crusty from air in the nozzle pierce with a needle.  

2. Surface to be joined must be free of rust, grease or dust.

3. Protect and cover areas you don't want excess glue

4. Spread on a thin layer of adhesive. Do not rub in. The thinner the layer, the  
better the bond. For porous materials, apply adhesive to both sides.

5. Best results are obtained at room temperature. Hold for 30 SECONDS.  
Different materials have different bonding rates. Rubbers and PVC’s bond  
almost instantly. Allow the glued items to stand for a few minutes. The bond will  
continue to get stronger over several hours.

6. Nozzle Maintenance: Before placing cap back on bottle, tap bottle to drain back  
down the glue and wipe the nozzle tip off using a disposable cloth rag.

7. Only use Extender Snip Tip for very small specialty applications. Always  
remove after each use and cut the tip before using again.

8. Thoroughly test your project before use.

Rhino Grip Instructions:

1. CUT a small amount off the end of the putty stick.  

2. MIX by kneading with fingers to a uniform color for 1 to 2 minutes. If mixing is  
difficult, warm putty to room temperature.

3. APPLY immediately on a clean surface and replace the remaining Rhino Putty  
in its plastic bag for storage in a cool place.  
Rhino Glue Storage Instructions:

Always close lid after use, avoid exposure to heat, and direct sunlight. Rhino glue  
is best stored in a dark cool place.

If stored outside a dark cool place, Rhino glue has a shelf life of about 6 months.

If stored inside a dark cool place, Rhino glue has a shelf life of about 1 year.

This product contains cyanoacrylate. Will bond skin in seconds. Do not swallow  
or inhale vapors. Immerse bonded skin in warm soapy water and gently ease  
apart. Acetone or nail polish remover containing acetone will help un-stick skin.  
For eyelid bonding, consult a physician. KEEP OUT OF CHILDREN'S REACH.
The Worlds Tougher Glue is formulated for a  
stronger lasting bond that will glue virtually  
anything to anything! Rhino Glue is great to use  
in or around the house or industrial  
applications. Through many years of research  
and innovation, our high purity and fast setting  
adhesives will make your projects Rhino  

Rhino Glue started out over ten years ago  
testing and demonstrating our formula at  
nationwide wide trade shows and events. While  
listening to their needs our customers would  
say they wanted the strongest glue available.  
They were not satisfied with the current store  
glues that fail to bond or dry out. Many glues are  
cheap to buy, but expensive to own as people  
continued to throw them out over and over  
again. With the latest technology Rhino Glue set  
out to provide a commercial grade adhesive  
that was faster, stronger and longer lasting.

What makes Rhino glue different from other  
glues? Rhino Glue's triple distilled processes  
increases higher bonding strength unlike other  
brands in the industry. With materials like  
plastic, vinyl, wood, metal and more. Rhino glue  
will do the job. It is extremely useful around the  
house, shop, RV or assembly work. Great for  
repairing anything from furniture to all your  
treasured projects. The real reward is that you  
get to use it all. No more dry outs in the bottle.  
Rhino Glue is used for anything from auto  
repair to marine enclosures and much more.
Why not use what the Pro's are using?
* Convertible top window repair.
* Plastic to plastic.
Marine enclosure assembly.
* Wood projects
* Boat Restoration.
* Electronic assembly/repair.
* Dental models/repair.
* Fishing lure manufacturing.
* Wetsuit manufacturing/repair.
* Auto rubber, upholstery & trim.
* Thread locking.
* Fiberglass auto body repair.
* Glass manufacturing/repair.
* Jewelry manufacturing/repair.
* O-Ring & vacuum belt repair.
* Wood projects..
* Metal manufacturing/repair.
* Craft manufacturing/repair.
* Plastic mold making/repairs.
Just a few of the almost 1000 uses!
- Hard to bond Plastics
- Rubber
- Wood
- Glass
- Metals
- Vinyl
- Ceramics
- Porcelain
- China
- Fiberglass
- Leather
- Resin
- pewter
- Fabric patches
- Vinyl
- Pottery & Statues
- Auto parts
- PVC &, ABS Plastics
- Electronic parts
Sample bonding Materials:
* Stress Tough adhesives for impacts.
* Ready To Use - No Mixing or Clamping.
* Clearer Gel adhesive for all materials.
* One Drop - Instant Bonding.
* Industrial Grade Adhesive.
* Manufacturer direct.
* No more failed bonds, foaming or dry outs.
* Complete the job with Pro size bottles.
* 100% Money Back Guarantee.