What is the strongest glue for plastic? This depends entirely on what kind of plastic you need to glue. What may be strong for one type of plastic could be completely useless for another. Try and identify your plastic here and then find the right glue for it in our Guide for Glues for Plastic here.
What is the best glue for plastic car body parts? Plastic car body parts are usually made of ABS, Vinyl, Polycarbonate or Nylon. ABS is a high impact thermoplastic used for exterior bumpers, handles and trim and interior air vents and dashboards. Vinyl is often used for car seats, polycarbonate for exterior mirror casings and lenses for external lights. High temperature Nylon can be found in certain engine parts like radiators. A variety of glues can be used depending on the type of car plastic you need to glue. Check out our top rated Automotive Plastic Glueshere and Plastic Weldershere. Or find the right glue for it in our Guide to Glues for Plastichere.
What is the best polyethylene glue? We recommend Plexus MA310 Methacrylate Adhesive but there are several others that will also work. Find the right glue for it in our Guide to Glues for Plastichere.
What is the best polypropylene glue? We recommend Permatex 5 min Epoxy Plastic Weld but there are several others that will also work. Find the right glue for it in our Guide to Glues for Plastichere.
What is the best epoxy glue for plastic? Here again it all depends on which kind plastic you need to glue to the wood. There are several which will glue plastic to wood and you can find a few of them in our Guide to Glues for Plastic here. Three suggestions: