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I got one, placed it with my other glues for about three weeks. Today, my daughter brought a spin mop that the handle had come apart, and it looked like a piece that fallen out. I used the Dap glue to put it back together. As I went to put the bottle back, I looked at the ingredients on the label. Low and behold, it is super glue! Isn't that what cynaoacralate is? So, now where are we with this stuff? Is it gonna be what we need for gluing long lasting joints? 

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I have read that super glue does not hold up in the long haul. You are right: I agree on TBII.

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I guess I thought all along it was just a form of CA glue. I never saw it as a replacement for PVA, but as another glue to use when the need was there.

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