Stationery, Craft, and Repair glues for every day
The original reusable adhesive tack
REMOVABLE GLU DOTS
Removable, double-sided clear glue dots on sheets - perfect for instant fixing and crafts
The easy and recyclable way of wrapping presents and sealing bags
FIX & GLUE (LIQUID)
The latest technology in super glues. Bonds 99.9% of materials!
Multi-purpose, ultimate strength glue
Clear, multi-purpose glue for minor household repairs
Flexible, machine washable glue for fabrics
HOW DO YOU REPAIR A RUBBER BRACELET?
Broken your favourite rubber bracelet? Don't worry. You just need a super glue that sticks instantly on a very thin surface - like our Bostik Fix & Glue
HOW TO REPAIR A BAG
HOW TO REPAIR A VASE
HOW TO REPAIR A DECORATIVE OBJECT
HOW TO REPAIR A BROKEN GLASS
HOW TO CREATE A BOHEMIAN PENDANT LIGHT | DIY BOSTIK
Natural Christmas Wreath | DIY BOSTIK
FLORAL CANDLEHOLDER FOR CHRISTMAS | DIY BOSTIK
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I prepare the surfaces to be glued?
Before applying glue, ensure that all surfaces are of sound nature and clean, dry and free from dust, grease or any other contamination.
There is glue on my fingers and I can't remove it, what should I do?
Rinse your fingers immediately with plenty of warm soapy water and do not pull on the skin that has been glued. If glue remains after using warm soapy water, it will often de-bond within a couple of days due to general wear and tear and the natural oils in the skin. If skin irritation occurs, consult a doctor.
I’ve spilt Fix & Glue on my work surface, how do I remove it?
Wipe the affected area with an acetone dampened cloth or nail polish remover containing acetone.
What is the shelf life of the adhesive I have bought and where can I store it?
The shelf life of adhesives varies from product to product, but typically ranges between one and two years from the date of manufacture when unopened and stored correctly in dry conditions - usually between +5°C and +25°C. Once opened, the life of the product will be more limited – this is dictated by variables including the type of adhesive, how it is stored, and how much adhesive is left unused. For more information, refer to the product’s Technical Data Sheet.