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Cascamite Powdered Resin Wood Glue
Cascamite Powdered Resin Wood Glue
£4.26 - £39.96 (£3.55 - £33.30 Ex. VAT)

Cascamite Powdered Resin Wood Glue

  • Type - Powdered Resin
  • Windows, doors, boats, veneering and laminating etc
  • Interior/Exterior use
  • Suitable for Wood
  • Fast bond strength
  • Gap filling properties, clear glue line
  • Non staining, mould resistant
  • Tack time 1-2hrs, cure time 6 hours approximately
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£4.26 - £39.96 (£3.55 - £33.30 Ex. VAT)

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Cascamite (also known as Polymite) is a very well respected adhesive in the trade, especially formulated for exterior joinery that will be exposed to the weather. A synthetic resin, it is waterproof when dry, sold as a powder it is mixed with water before use and has good gap filling properties, suitable for load bearing and laminating. Leaves a clear glue line and will not discolour hardwood, mould resistant. Tack time 1-2 hours cure time 6 hours (temperature dependent) An excellent well proven adhesive for joinery, cabinet work or boat building.

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Specification

Setting Time 6 hours
Suitable For Wood
Type Powdered Resin
Usage Interior or Exterior
Reviews (3)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.8 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

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Pete Bennett

2 October 2014

Best there is for laminating

I've been using Cascamite in it's various names for more years than I can remember, certainly since the early sixties and I've yet to find anything to compare with it for laminating, which is what I do most. Particularly chairs and tables etc. The open time is superb, more especially as I have lived in the South West of France for the past 14 years where summer temperatures easily go over 30 and occasionally 40 Centigrade. With regard to shelf life I keep mine as cool as possible and well sealed and have used some as old as a year without any sign of degradation, but, usually I'm through a 6kg pack within a few days.
PLEASE DON'T STOP STOCKING IT.
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Gary

5 May 2014

Why Isn't It More Popular

Cascamite is such a great adhesive I'm astonished it isn't more widely used. In particular you get about an hour of "open" time (or at least you do on all but the very hottest few days of a British summer!) which makes it perfect for complicated glue ups. Plus it's a gap filling glue so if your mortice and tenons aren't quite perfect this is definitely the glue to use. Finally, I find it easier to clean up any squeeze out than with PVA (I use an old toothbrush and very hot water) so it doesn't mar the finish.
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John Cotter

28 April 2014

Worth getting for exterior joinery

I've used Cascamite for decades. Some pine garden benches I made around 20 years ago finally rotted around the glued joints which were still firm. It's a bit harder to use than PVA because you have to mix it up each time. Add powder to water and aim for a thick cream consistency. Wipe off surplus very thoroughly with a wet cloth to avoid unsightly patches where a stain won't soak in. Don't buy more than you need because it goes off after opening.

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