A broken toy can spell disaster - for kids and parents alike.

When making everyday household repairs, such as fixing a broken toy that requires flexibility, it is essential to select a flexible adhesive such as Selleys Power Grip.

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1 hour

What You Need

Easy as...

1.   Make sure both surfaces are clean, dry and dust free

2.   Apply Selleys Power Grip to one surface 

3.   Bring the surfaces together and clamp or tape if needed. With porous surfaces like wood and ceramics, practical strength takes about 12 hours. Allow more time for non-porous surfaces, like wood and metal. 

4.   Clean up with mineral turpentine or acetone before adhesive set 

5.   Be sure to wipe the nozzle and replace the cap to stop the tube drying out. Store in a cool dry place.


Quick Fix 10 Second Supa Glue

Get a quick fix for your minor repairs with Selleys Quick Fix 10 Second Supa Glue. This fast-drying formula sets in just 10 seconds, creating a strong and durable bond.

Selleys All Fix Multi Grip

Get a multi-purpose adhesive for your everyday fixes with Selleys All Fix Multi-Grip. Perfect for wood, metal, and more.

Power Grip

Looking for a strong and flexible adhesive for all your minor repairs? Selleys Power Grip is the answer. This non-drip formula is perfect for vertical applications and works on a variety of materials.

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