Was Krazy Glue® invented to seal battlefield wounds?

During the Vietnam War, cyanoacrylate was proven valuable to military surgeons. Under battlefield conditions, they used it to stop bleeding and even close wounds. Today cyanoacrylate is used in specific formulas developed for medical use.

Note: Krazy Glue products should not be used for wound care.

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How is Krazy Glue different from ordinary glue?

The traditional white glue you used in elementary school works by filling in the microscopic pores on surfaces and forming a latex bond. read more

Is there anything Krazy Glue can’t bond?

Though it works with most, Krazy Glue cannot bond all materials. For best results, please do not use on paper, foam, rear view mirrors, polyethylene... read more