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  Miracle Glue

              (Cyanoacrylate Adhesive)




Miracle Glue is a great fingernail glue - for acrylic nails or real ones.  If you get a torn nail you can repair it with the glue and it will grow out.  Acrylic fingernails can also be repaired with Miracle Glue.  Below is an email I received recently from a happy customer.

 "BUT! What I use it for the most is when I crack, break or chip a nail. I put just a dot (not even a drop) on the spot then sprinkle just a little acrylic fingernail powder (you can get acrylic nail powder at any drug store in with the nail care products). It dries instantly and is like cement! My co-worker wears acrylic nails. One day she cracked one to the point it could bend. I had her hold the crack open, applied a little glue, hold it closed and sprinkled some acrylic powder on the glue line that had beaded up along the crack, then buffed it with an emery board and applied a coat of polish. No one knew there was a crack there. When she went to her nail salon the manicurist wanted to know what she had used because it was like cement! It's better than any nail glue I've ever, ever used." - AL


I've been doing trade shows now for almost three years with the glue and I've repaired countless ladies nails with Miracle Glue.  Real ones and acrylic nails.  Do be cautious with Miracle Glue. Generally, it is not as vicious as Super Glue but it is still a cyanoacrylate - it is classified as an irritant - not necessarily the best thing for your system.  You can check out the first aid page here.  - Martin

Here's some general information regarding safety and use with fingernails.  The data below is referring to nail chemicals in general.  Miracle Glue has a similar base to the nail glues.  It has no solvents.


Eye contact with vapors and airborne dusts can cause irritation and redness, burning, itching, or discomfort. Your eyes may water and your vision may briefly become distorted. Once you stop being exposed, these effects usually go away fairly quickly. Chemicals which can cause these effects include acrylates (ethyl methacrylate, butyl methacrylate, isobutyl methacrylate, methacrylic acid, and ethyl cyanoacrylate), and many solvents, such as methyl ethyl ketone and acetone.

Nose, Throat,
and Lungs

These same chemicals can also irritate your nose, throat, and lungs. Symptoms include irritation or soreness of the nose and throat, hoarseness, coughing, lung congestion, chest tightness, and shortness of breath. Cigarette smoking can worsen these symptoms. These effects are temporary and should disappear soon after exposure to an irritating vapor ends.

Chronic bronchitis can result from repeated exposure to irritant chemicals. Symptoms of this condition include lung congestion, cough with phlegm, difficulty in breathing, and greater susceptibility to respiratory infections.

Repeated exposure to certain chemicals found in some artificial nail products can cause allergic reactions in the respiratory tract. One type of allergy mainly affects the nose and throat, causing sneezing and other symptoms similar to hay fever. Another type of allergic reaction affects the lungs, causing asthma. Symptoms of asthma include difficulty breathing, wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, and tightness in the chest. Once you have become sensitized to a chemical, very small amounts of that chemical can cause an allergic reaction.

Exposure to irritant chemicals that would not affect most people can provoke an asthma attack in a person who already has asthma.

Methyl methacrylate dust can cause asthma. All of the other acrylates (methacrylates and methacrylic acid) and ethyl cyanoacrylates can cause asthma.

Nervous System

Breathing in the vapors of certain chemicals can affect your brain the same way as drinking too much alcohol does. The technical term for this intoxication is central nervous system (CNS) depression. Overexposure to these vapors can cause headaches, nausea, and dizziness as well as making you feel irritable, confused, or drunk. These feelings should go away soon after you stop working with the chemicals.

Many of the chemicals which cause these effects are organic solvents. Some organic solvents often found in nail products are methyl ethyl ketone, acetone, toluene, xylene, and ethyl ether. Large amounts of vapors from the methacrylates can also cause the same problems. (There are no solvents in Miracle Glue.)

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