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Sensi-Bond is a slightly less aggressive Hard Bond Adhesive. It’s great for those wanting a hard bond adhesive with slightly less hold time. Hard Bonds are basically like super glue for your hair system. They are designed to bond to hair stubble, not skin. They dry much more rigid than soft bond adhesives, but still have enough flexibility to give you long hold times. They are waterproof which makes them great for anyone who is very active, has oily skin, or lives in a humid climate. Find out more about hard bond adhesives on our blog here.
- 1.1 oz (20-25 uses)
Do not attempt to work with hard bond adhesives unless you are a professional. For best results, protect the hair system using P.A.T. Tape. If you choose this option, apply the tape around the perimeter of the hair system where it will attach to the hard bond. The slip side of the tape is made to fuse to the hard bond adhesive. Shave the hair around the top of the head along where the perimeter of the hair will sit. You want to be sure there is about 1/8″ of hair stubble to attach the unit to. Apply small amounts of adhesive to the hair stubble. Press the wig firmly in place. It may be helpful to work on small sections at a time because the glue dries so quickly.
Bonds body tissue in seconds. Get medical attention for eye or internal contact. Use adequate ventilation. Keep away from children.
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Hard Bond Remover is used in emergencies to release hard bonds. It’s the closest you’ll get to a “solvent” for hard bonds but must be used with caution.
Sponge Brushes are very useful for working with hard bond remover to help avoid contact with skin.
P.A.T. Tape acts as the bond between the hard bond glue and the hair system. It has a sticky side to stick to the hair system and a slick side made to fuse to the hard bond glue. This helps to protect your hair system from the hard bond.
Lace Release is a solvent that can be used to remove P.A.T. Tape from your unit without damage.
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