3M™ Shipping-Mate™ Case Sealing Adhesive is a clear, fast-tacking adhesive that delivers a strong bond in just 5 minutes. This case sealing adhesive has low soak-in for uniform coverage. Resistant to heat and moisture, this durable adhesive can be used for a wide variety of applications.
5 Minutes to Carton-Tearing Strength
A fast-tack adhesive, 3M™ Shipping-Mate™ Case Sealing Adhesive provides carton-tearing strength and strong bonds in just 5 minutes, effectively sealing shipping cases and containers. Featuring heat and moisture resistance, 3M™ Shipping-Mate™ Case Sealing Adhesive delivers long-lasting durability. This case sealing adhesive permanently seals closure flaps and safeguards many corrugated shipping containers from external factors.
An All-Around Adhesive
3M™ Shipping-Mate™ Case Sealing Adhesive is capable of forming strong bonds on a wide array of materials, including paper, cardboard, fabric and insulation. It also works well with plastic, metal, wood and much more. This spray adhesive has been proven to work well for projects of all sizes, from crafting to construction.
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