What Is The Reason Why There Are Bubbles In The Process Of Bonding Acrylic?

- Jul 30, 2020-

       What is the reason why there are bubbles in the process of bonding acrylic?

1. When the bonding surface of acrylic board is eroded by solvent (special adhesive for acrylic), it will leave traces that are difficult to remove. Therefore, you can use self-adhesive to protect the parts that do not need to be bonded; 

 2. Some grease, dust or bubble holes will hinder the uniform application of solvent and leave bubbles, which can be removed by cleaning;  

3. Using a small amount of solvent will make the glued surface unable to be completely coated slowly, or bring in air when the solvent solidifies and shrinks, which will affect the appearance;  

4. Direct blowing will make the edge of the adhesive section white due to the rapid volatilization of the adhesive;  

5. Indoor humidity, temperature and other reasons will have a direct impact on the adhesion of plexiglass products;  6. Acrylic products bonded with solvent will turn yellow in different degrees after being directly irradiated by sunlight for a long time before they are completely cured, which will directly affect the beauty of acrylic products.