No Days Adhesives

No Days adhesives come in several different types; film squares, liquid, sheets, and strips.

Each type is unique and individual in setting up and completing a fusing project.

The really cool thing about this product is that most of the adhesives allow you to re-work your project, even after the glue has hardened.

They are quick curing, non-toxic and leave no residue on the glass, and can be used in a standard kiln or microwave kiln.

Please note: The types of glues that need to be heated to activate require the use of a heat gun or embossing heat tool. These types of heating tools provide the elevated temperature requirements of 160F/71C, which is the temperature that is required to turn the glue from a solid state to a liquid form. Hair Dryers will NOT provide a hot enough temperature to melt the adhesives. They can however be activated by heating in a conventional over at 200 degrees Fahrenheit for about 10 minutes.

Let’s take a look at the various types and how they can assist you in setting up and finishing off your fused glass projects.

No Days Glass Fusing Adhesive

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These No Days adhesive squares can be purchased in multiple pack sizes of 25, 50 and 100 squares.

They are individual squares that can be used as is, or cut to match the shape of your glass.

Dry to the touch, they are individually scattered inside a card stock package which allows them to stick to each other and makes separating them a little difficult.

The use of a heat gun or embossing heat tool is needed to activate the adhesive.

Directions:

  • Peel off individual square and cut to desired shape.
  • Place between layers of glass.
  • Heat the glass with a heat gun or embossing heat tool to melt the No Days adhesive. Move the heating tool around in circles all over the glass to avoid thermal shock.
  • While hot, adjust glass if needed.
  • Allow the glue to cool and bond.
  • To rework piece, heat with embossing heat tool or heat gun until adhesive melts and glass can be moved easily.
  • Fire piece to desired look inside a prepared kiln.
  • Watch this YouTube video for a demonstration of using these squares.

    No Days Thin Fuse

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    This 12” x 24” sheet includes a white paper release liner backing that is removed before firing.

    This type of No Days adhesive requires the use of a heat gun or embossing heat tool to activate.

    The adhesive side of the sheet has a textured feel.

    Once applies, the glass can be reworked by reapplying heat.

    Multi-firing projects, like mosaics can be created using this type of sheet.

    Thin Fuse applies a thin even adhesive layer to design your project.

    After heating and cooling, frit or glass powder can be added to fill in spaces.

    Directions:

  • Cut base glass to desired shape and clean.
  • Cut No Days adhesive film to shape of glass.
  • Apply adhesive film to glass, laying adhesive side towards base glass.
  • Turn entire piece over and rub entire piece with credit card, fingernail or burnishing tool. This will help transfer the glue to the glass.
  • Slowly and evenly remove paper release liner backing.
  • Add glass and design project.
  • Heat the glass with a heat gun or embossing heat tool to melt the adhesive. Move the heating tool around in circles all over the glass to avoid thermal shock.
  • While hot, adjust glass if needed.
  • Allow the glue to cool and bond.
  • To rework piece, heat with embossing heat tool or heat gun until adhesive melts and glass can be moved easily.
  • Fire piece to desired look inside a prepared kiln.
  • To watch an overview of how to work with this product, watch this YouTube video:

    No Days Liquid Fusing Adhesive

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    This product is a light tack bond liquid that needs to be shaken well before each use.

    It can be purchased in 4 ounce or 8 ounce bottles.

    Along with the bottle is included a foam brush and an ultra-fine tip needle dispenser.

    No heat gun or embossing heat tool is needed to set up and harden the material.

    To reactive, simply add more of the liquid.

    Use this type of glue to design with frit, foil or leafing on your fusing projects.

    This liquid makes writing and designing on glass fun, quick, easy and a breeze.

    Here are some samples of using this versatile glue.


    No Days Bail Bond

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    This heat applied no days adhesive comes in a two foot roll.

    Simply cut the desired amount to fit your bail or other object.

    Heat the glued object about six to eight inches above the piece until it begins to slide.

    Allow the piece to cool.

    Wear!

    What could be quicker or easier than this?

    To keep the bail in place, they suggest using a little bit of painter’s tape.

    Here are a few YouTube videos to get you started.



    HoneyDoo Zuper Glue

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    Tired of only being able to use a tube of super glue once before having to toss the dried up glue in the trash?

    HoneyDoo Zuper Glue is the answer!

    It is triple distilled so that all of the impurities are removed.

    This produces a cleaner and more consistent bond and remains pure and ready for use every time.

    Here are a few YouTube videos so that you can see this glue in action.




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