When I do my fused glass work, I try to avoid using glue if at all possible. Occasionally I will use a tiny bit of Glass Tac or Klyr-Fire glue to hold a design element in place; but only if I absolutely have to. So when my supplier told me about a great new glue that dries instantly I wasn’t all that excited.
This new glue is called HoneyDoo Zuper Glue. I bought a small bottle and put it on a shelf. A month later, I decided to give it a try. Problem was that the glue had dried in the bottle. Apparently there was a manufacturing problem. I got another bottle, and back on the shelf it went.
Last week, however, the HoneyDoo Zuper Glue finally came in handy. When I made my flower plant pokes, placing the stem first was the best way to design the piece. But as I placed the petals around the glass stringer stem it rolled everywhere. A small dot of Honey Doo Zuper glue instantly kept the stem in place so I could continue my design. With the HoneyDoo Zuper Glue the glass stringer wasn’t going to move anywhere. For the petals, I either used no glue, or a small dot of Klyr-Fire glue. The Klyr-Fire allowed me to reposition the petals until I had them where I wanted them.
HoneyDoo Zuper Glue definitely has a place in this glass fuser’s workshop.