Adhesive for magnets: Perfect for hobbyists and DIY enthusiasts

To do crafts or DIY with magnets, you need the right aids. After all, they don't adhere to every surface and not every adhesive is suitable for magnets.
You can find the right magnetic adhesive for every type of adhesive work in our shop!

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Adhesive for magnets: Perfect for hobbyists and DIY enthusiasts

To do crafts or DIY with magnets, you need the right aids. After all, they don't adhere to every surface and not every adhesive is suitable for magnets.
You can find the right magnetic adhesive for every type of adhesive work in our shop!


How do you find the right adhesive for magnets?

In principle, several adhesives are suitable for gluing magnets. For most areas of application, a universal adhesive is completely sufficient.
The following are also suitable for magnets:

 ● Cyanoacrylate adhesive (superglue)
 ● Adhesive dots
 ● 2-component adhesive

A 2-component adhesive is quick-curing and can bond many different materials. Its advantage is that it has a short pot time, dries very quickly and is transparent. With a double syringe, which you can also get from us, application is child's play. The transparent adhesive liquid is easy to spread and does not attract attention.

You can use high-performance cyanoacrylate-based superglue to bond plastics, rubber, paper, metal surfaces and even absorbent materials such as wood or cork with magnets.
The special adhesive starts where ordinary superglue is unable to cope. The latter can attack the coating of magnets and is therefore more suitable for craft needs.

You can also use adhesive dots for particularly light magnets. These can be easily attached to any flat surface and hold smaller models such as magnetic plates, discs, etc. securely fixed. If you want to glue strong magnets, our 2-component adhesive is ideal.

Important: Hot glue is not suitable for gluing magnets because it can have a demagnetizing effect on neodymium magnets.

How exactly do I use adhesive for magnets?

To ensure that magnets stay on a desired surface for a long time, you should clean the adhesive surfaces thoroughly before the gluing process.
Be sure to remove grease and dust from them. Ordinary dishwashing liquid is ideal for this.
The surface should also be as even as possible and not cracked or porous. Only then can the adhesive for magnets develop its full effect.

Certain materials such as plastic or metal are also not necessarily suitable as a base for every type of adhesive. Therefore, when choosing a magnetic adhesive, you should always pay close attention to what properties it has and which materials it is suitable for.
Smooth surfaces are particularly difficult. For these you need a strong adhesive for magnets with sufficient holding power.

Where is magnetic adhesive used?

Today, magnetic adhesives are used in a variety of ways - for example, to attach smoke detectors, attach magnetic boards to walls, glue metal cabinets and much more.
Craft enthusiasts in particular benefit from magnets for gluing - they can let their creativity run wild.
Do-it-yourselfers also have many options with the right adhesive for magnets. You can use it to quickly carry out small repairs or mount objects, for example a magnet in a cupboard door. Magnetic door holders or drawer locks can also be glued in just a few simple steps.
A popular area of use for magnetic adhesives is car repairs. You can make your life a lot easier with a good adhesive.

Tip: An alternative to magnetic adhesives are self-adhesive magnets.
These stick to wood, aluminum, plastic, and other materials - without any aids.

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Epoxy two-component adhesive 24 ml transparent twin syringe
Epoxy two-component adhesive 24 ml transparent twin syringe
  •   €6.90* / pcs
Item number: EMK-24
Available on stock: 70 pieces

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Magnetic super adhesive in bottle with dispensing needle - 20 gr.
Magnetic super adhesive in bottle with dispensing needle - 20 gr.
  •   €9.90* / pcs
Item number: KL-SG-20

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Content 0.02 pieces (€495.00 * / 1 pieces)
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UHU Max Repair, extremely strong magnetic adhesive, 20 g
UHU Max Repair, extremely strong magnetic adhesive, 20 g
  •   €6.95* / pcs
Item number: KL-UHU-MR-20
Available on stock: 23 pieces

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How do you find the right adhesive for magnets?

In principle, several adhesives are suitable for gluing magnets. For most areas of application, a universal adhesive is completely sufficient.
The following are also suitable for magnets:

 ● Cyanoacrylate adhesive (superglue)
 ● Adhesive dots
 ● 2-component adhesive

A 2-component adhesive is quick-curing and can bond many different materials. Its advantage is that it has a short pot time, dries very quickly and is transparent. With a double syringe, which you can also get from us, application is child's play. The transparent adhesive liquid is easy to spread and does not attract attention.

You can use high-performance cyanoacrylate-based superglue to bond plastics, rubber, paper, metal surfaces and even absorbent materials such as wood or cork with magnets.
The special adhesive starts where ordinary superglue is unable to cope. The latter can attack the coating of magnets and is therefore more suitable for craft needs.

You can also use adhesive dots for particularly light magnets. These can be easily attached to any flat surface and hold smaller models such as magnetic plates, discs, etc. securely fixed. If you want to glue strong magnets, our 2-component adhesive is ideal.

Important: Hot glue is not suitable for gluing magnets because it can have a demagnetizing effect on neodymium magnets.

How exactly do I use adhesive for magnets?

To ensure that magnets stay on a desired surface for a long time, you should clean the adhesive surfaces thoroughly before the gluing process.
Be sure to remove grease and dust from them. Ordinary dishwashing liquid is ideal for this.
The surface should also be as even as possible and not cracked or porous. Only then can the adhesive for magnets develop its full effect.

Certain materials such as plastic or metal are also not necessarily suitable as a base for every type of adhesive. Therefore, when choosing a magnetic adhesive, you should always pay close attention to what properties it has and which materials it is suitable for.
Smooth surfaces are particularly difficult. For these you need a strong adhesive for magnets with sufficient holding power.

Where is magnetic adhesive used?

Today, magnetic adhesives are used in a variety of ways - for example, to attach smoke detectors, attach magnetic boards to walls, glue metal cabinets and much more.
Craft enthusiasts in particular benefit from magnets for gluing - they can let their creativity run wild.
Do-it-yourselfers also have many options with the right adhesive for magnets. You can use it to quickly carry out small repairs or mount objects, for example a magnet in a cupboard door. Magnetic door holders or drawer locks can also be glued in just a few simple steps.
A popular area of use for magnetic adhesives is car repairs. You can make your life a lot easier with a good adhesive.

Tip: An alternative to magnetic adhesives are self-adhesive magnets.
These stick to wood, aluminum, plastic, and other materials - without any aids.