Bolder Bond® is a high strength one part polyurethane adhesive created by Comptek to bond wood, ceramics, metal, glass, leather, acrylics, PVC and most plastics. The product is water or humidity activated and uniquely formulated with additives that control the foaming during the curing phase.
Bolder Bond® can be used to bond dissimilar materials such as wood to metal, plastic to metal and wood to plastic. Because Bolder Bond® is environmentally friendly and contains no solvents or VOC's, it is safe for all of your indoor applications. The long-term durability and 100% waterproof character of Bolder Bond® make it ideal for outdoor applications as well.
The technology behind Bolder Bond® was originally developed by Comptek for the company’s industrial market applications. These markets include reinforcing communication towers and oil and gas pipelines where the foaming of the adhesive must be highly controlled and the environmental conditions are severe. Your bottle of Bolder Bond® is engineered with the same products used to reinforce these multi-million dollar infrastructures.
Bolder Bond® is formulated and produced at Comptek’s facility in Boulder, Colorado and is currently sold here and through retail stores in the United States in 2 oz, 4 oz, 8 oz and 16 oz containers. Contact us for information on larger orders up to 50 gallons.
The success of Bolder Bond® is due to its features of low foaming, curing with water and durability against adverse environmental conditions.
Bolder Bond® Features:
- High strength industrial adhesive that bonds wood, ceramics, metal, glass, leather, acrylics, PVC, and most plastics.
- Environmentally friendly and 100% waterproof.
- Requires no mixing or additives to harden.
- Water or humidity cures Bolder Bond® as a neutral color that can be scraped, sanded, painted, and stained.
- The ideal choice for contractors, homeowners, outdoorsmen, woodworkers and do-it-yourselfers.
- Manufactured in Boulder, Colorado USA.
Bolder Bond® and Bolder Wrap® are manufactured WITHOUT the use of VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds), nor does the finished product contain or emit VOC’s.
VOC’s can damage soil and ground water while vapors from VOC’s contribute to air pollution.