Thursday, May 28, 2009

It’s Official… Summer is Here!... Unofficially

With Memorial Day behind us, and baseball season in full swing; there’s no doubt that summer has arrived (except for on the calendar, of course). And there’s no doubt that a bit of sunshine, a trip to the ball park, the lake or the beach might be just what we all need to kick the economic doldrums of the last several months. Until of course you go to retrieve the kids’ buckets, pails, and shovels and find some of them broken.

But wait! Before you go spending money on new plastic toys, or even Styrofoam coolers, remember that a dab of Sticky Ass Glue will have these summer items back to perfect in no time. (While Sticky Jack Super Glue will also work on smaller cracks, it’s not waterproof, so stick with the original, SAG or Sticky Jack Glue for any items that may get wet.)

Wishing you endless days of fun in the sun,

The Glue Crew

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Shake, Rattle and Roll

Here in Southern California, we’re riddled with (for the most part pesky, but occasionally, scary) earthquakes. Last week alone we’ve had two, with multiple aftershocks. While none of them have caused much damage lately, it made us all realize that in our earth quake emergency kit, it would be useful to keep a bottle of Sticky Ass Glue.

That way, should frames be knocked loose from the walls, or our favorite bowling trophy takes a fall off the wall shelf, we’ll know exactly where to find the perfect fix it tool. And we won’t even have to go out to the garage.
So, keep it in mind. Of course, you’ll probably find yourself grabbing for the earthquake kit a lot more often than you’ll feel a quake, as you’ll soon realize just how many items in your home could use a quick fix!

Questions about using Sticky Ass Glue? Contact us at and we’ll get right back to you.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Styrofoam Secrets!

Have you ever used glue on Styrofoam only to find that it cavitates (eats away) the foam? If not, consider yourself lucky, as most glues will tend to do this. However, Sticky Ass Glue and Sticky Jack Glue aren’t most glues!

In fact, SAG and SJG work amazingly well on Styrofoam, (read: no eating away here!) making it a great addition to any crafter’s tool kit. (The fact that both are sandable and paintable doesn’t hurt either!) However, there’s another great use for SAG and SJG….

You know those model airplanes you see people flying around at the park? Well, most of them are made at least partly of Styrofoam. But, if you use the wrong glue, your model B-52, might just be a bust. So, the next time you buy your niece or nephew a model airplane for their birthday; make sure (in addition to batteries, of course) you throw in a bottle of Sticky Ass Glue. They’ll get a kick out of the name, and will be equipped to make that plane soar in no time.

Questions about Sticky Ass Glue? Drop us a line at and we’ll get right back to you.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

We’re Back!

Phew! What a wonderful whirlwind the National Hardware Show was! From meeting with new retailers, to new distributors, to reconnecting with existing friends and customers; suffice to say the show was an absolute blast.

Thanks to all who stopped by to chat with us, and rest assured if you requested additional information or samples, we’ll be working night and day to get those out to you!

Also, keep in mind, we’ll be announcing new partnerships, new products and new locations where you can find SAG International Products in the near future (right here on The Glue Chronicles) so stay tuned.

In the meantime, we can always be reached at

Friday, May 1, 2009

We’re Outta Here!

Hey friends, just wanted to let you know that we’re going to be hitting the road for Vegas in just a few days, so we may not have time to post for a week. But rest assured, we’ll have plenty of neat stuff to update you with after the National Hardware Show.

We can’t wait to show off our new products, see new products that our colleagues have created, and most of all, meet new friends! Don’t forget to stop by and see us at booth #34739 in the Central Hall, if you plan to attend the show.

So, that’s it for today. We’ll be back next week!

In the meantime, feel free to contact us at with any questions or requests.

The Glue Crew