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Knife Grade Epoxy Stone Adhesives

Knife Grade Epoxy Adhesives for Stone

When selecting a knife grade epoxy for bonding stone, it is good to know which one will work for the project you are using it in. You can browse knife grade epoxy adhesives, or read about the knife grade epoxy applications toward the bottom of this page.

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Rivo 50 A & B 1 Liter Rivo 50 A & B 1 Liter

Rivo 50 A & B is a knife grade epoxy designed for all types of stone, one of the strongest epoxies, and bonds to almost any surface.

List Price: $42.15
StrongEdge 45 Knife Grade 1.5 Qt Set StrongEdge 45 Knife Grade 1.5 Qt Set

StrongEdge is the strongest clear, flowing epoxy specifically designed for fabrication and lamination and won't delaminate.

List Price: $56.00

Domo 10 1+1 Liter Domo 10 1+1 Liter

List Price: $69.43
Domo 10 4 Liter Domo 10 4 Liter

List Price: $272.98

Epoxy Adhesives

Knife Grade Epoxy Stone Adhesives

Depending on what you are bonding, where you are bonding it, and where the material you are bonding will be after the adhesive has cured, you will choose a glue. The glue that you select should be one that works the best for that situation. The epoxies here provide options for various environments.

StrongEdge45 Knife Grade Epoxy

StrongEdge knife grade is designed specifically for fabrication and lamination. StrongEdge will not shrink and it takes a polish. This adhesive also accepts color if you need to color match the stone you are using it on. A project using this adhesive will not de-laminate or break at the bond point. StrongEdge Knife Grade is great for gluing stone, metal, wood, and other substrates. It can also be used for rodding stone and securing anchor bolts or sink brackets. StrongEdge is VOC compliant.

Rivo Knife Grade Adhesive

Rivo is an epoxy adhesive that is one of the strongest in the stone industry. Rivo bonds almost anything you use it on. And once the adhesive is cured, the bond is permanent. Really? Yes. The stone will break before the bond does. This epoxy is suitable for below freezing temperatures as well as high heat. It may also be used indoors or outdoors.