Glue Support (Primer-Accelerator)

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Glue Support Booster is a 2 in 1 product, specially designed to prepare the surface of the natural lash by providing optimal conditions for glue adhesion between the extension and natural lash. It also acts as an accelerator by providing the catalyst required for the glue to cure faster.

Fast Facts:

  • PLA primer or accelerator
  • 5 mL bottle
  • 100% vegan

Glue Booster Primer

Glue booster provides the optimal conditions necessary for the lash extension without over-drying or stripping the natural lash of oils.

Glue booster is designed to prepare the natural lash by providing the optimum pH required for the glue to grab without much effort. Glue booster is ideal for clients with oily skin or where glue may not be grabbing the lash.

How to Use as a Primer:

  1. Cleanse lashes and thoroughly rinse and dry
  2. Apply a small amount of booster onto 2 clean micro brushes-do not oversaturate
  3. Apply to all areas where lash will be bonded-careful not to touch the skin
  4. Allow drying for 2 minutes before application.
  5. Proceed as normal with lash application

Can be used as a Glue Booster Accelerator

For advanced artists only.

In suboptimal humidity conditions adhesive will cause slower cure time and poor adhesion due to the lack of water (OH molecules from water). Applying a small amount of glue booster to the strip will speed the cure time of any adhesive.

Caution: booster may only be applied to regular volume or single lash trays and NOT easy fanning lashes.

How to use as an Accelerator:

  1. Wet a micro brush with a small amount of booster
  2. Remove as much booster off the brush onto a clean towel
  3. Rub the working section (small) of the lash tray. The booster should barely be visible
  4. Allow to dry
  5. Proceed to make fans and dip in glue

Note: glue will require changing more often due to the presence of booster on the extension.

Check out or Facebook or Instagram for videos on how to properly use Glue Support.

Liquid products, including adhesive, primers, bonders, and cream based products cannot be returned.


Section 1 – Chemical Product and Company Identification


Glue Support 2 In 1


1285 Financial Blvd

Reno, NV 89502, USA


Section 2 – Composition and Ingredient Information

Ingredient Component Name


CAS Number 64-17-5

Concentration 30%


CAS 56-81-5

Concentration 10%


CAS Number 9007-20-9

Concentration 0.5%


CAS Number 7732-18-5

Concentration 85%


CAS Number 102-71-6

Concentration 2.5%


CAS Number 35206-51-0

Concentration 1%

Section 3 – Hazards Identification

Hazard Risk Classification

Category 1



Physical Hazard


Potential Health Effect

Eye: Irritating to eyes. Causes excessive tearing. Eyelids may bond

Skin: May cause skin irritation

Inhalation: May cause respiratory tract irritation. The toxicological properties of this substance have not been fully investigated

Ingestion: Not expected to be harmful by ingestion. Rapidly polymerizes (solidifies and bonds in mouth. It is almost impossible to swallow.


Relevant routes of exposure: Inhalation, Eyes Potential Health Effects Inhalation : Exposure to vapors above the established exposure limit result in respiratory irritation which may lead to difficulty in breathing and tightness in the chest

Section 4 – First Aid Measures


Remove to open space with fresh air. Seek medical attention to treat symptomatically if discomfort persist. Keep eye covered until deboning is complete, usually within 1-3 days. Medical attention should be sought in case the liquid trapped behind eyelid caused abrasive damage.

Eye Contact

Non provided

Skin Contact

In case of unexpected irritation, immediately wash skin with soap and large amounts of water


Ingestion is not likely. See supplemental page for emergency procedures.

Section 5 – Fire Fighting Measures

Flash Point

29℃ (85 deg F) Tagliabue closed cup

Auto Ignition temperature


Flammable/Explosive Limits-lower%

Not determined

Flammable/Explosive Limits-upper%

Not determined

Hazardous Decomposition Materials


Suitable Extinguishing Media

Dry powder. Foam and Water spray. Carbon dioxides.

Protective Equipment

Fire fighters should wear positive pressure self-contained breathing

Hazardous combustion products

Trace amount of toxic and or irritating fumes may be released and the use of breathing apparatus is recommended.

Unusual fire or explosion hazard


Specific Hazard(s)

Trace amount of toxic and or irritating fumes may be released and the use of breathing apparatus is recommended.

Section 6 – Accidental Release Measures

General Information

None provided

Environmental precautions

Ventilate Area

Disposal and Clean Up

Do not use cloths for mopping up. Flood with water to complete polymerization and scrape off the floor. Cured material can be disposed of as non-hazardous waste

Section 7 – Handling and Storage

Handling Precautions

Avoid contact with eyes. Avoid breathing of vapors


Keep in a cool, well ventilated area away from heat

Section 8 – Exposure Controls and Personal Protection

Engineering Controls

Use positive down-draft exhaust ventilation if general ventilation is insufficient to maintain vapor concentration below established exposure limits.


Respiratory Protection

Use NIOSH approved respirator if there is potential to exceed exposure limits. Observe OSHA regulations for respiratory use (29 CFR 1910.134)

Skin Protection


Eye/Face protection

Chemical splash goggles or safety glasses with side shields.

General Hygiene measures


Section 9 – Physical and Chemical Properties

Physical State

Transparent liquid





Specific Gravity

1.04 @ 75oF

Boiling Point


Flash Point

Not available


Not available

Evaporation Rate(Ether=1)


Ignition Temperature

Not available

Melting/Freezing Point

Not available


Polymerized by water

Vapour Density

Approximately 3

Vapour Pressure

Less than 0.2mm

Volatile Organic Compound(EPA Method24)


Section 10 – Stability and Reactivity


Stable under recommended storage conditions

Conditions to Avoid

Spontaneous polymerization

Incompatible Materials

None listed

Hazardous Polymerization

Rapid exothermic polymerization will occur in the presence of water, amines and alcohols

Hazardous decomposition

None listed

Section 11– Toxicological Information

Product toxicity data : Acute oral LD50〉5000mg/kg(rat) Acute dermal LD50〉2000mg/kg(rabbit)

Hazardous component

NTP Carcinogen

IARC Carcinogen


Ethyl Cyanoacrylate





Carbon Black



Group 2B


Section 12– Ecological Information

Not known

Section 13– Disposal Consideration

No data available

Section 14– Transport


This product is not classified as dangerous goods , by rules of IATA. U.S Department of Transportation (DOT) Shipping regulations:

This product is not classified as dangerous goods, per U.S. DOT regulation under 49CFR 172.101.

Proper shipping name : Volume X

Hazard Class number and description : Not applicable. UN identification number : Not applicable.

Packing group : Not applicable.

Section 15– Regulatory Information

United State Regulatory Information

TSCA 8 (b) Inventory Status : All components are listed or are exempt from listing on the Toxic

Substances Control Act Inventory TSCA 12(b) Export Notification : None

CERCLA/SARA Section 302 EHS : None

CERCLA/SARA Section 311/312 : Immediate Health Hazard, Delayed Health Hazard, Fire.


CERCLA/SARA 313 : None

California Proposition 65 : No California Proposition 65 listed chemical are known to be present Canada Regulatory Information

All components are listed on or are exempt from listing on the Domestic Substances List WHMIS Hazard class : B.3, D.2.B

Section 16– Other Information


All the information of Material Safety Data Sheet is provided on the basis in good faith, and is believed to be trustworthy but is for reference only.

BTC and its agents, dealers, distributors, directors and employees do not accept any liability for the results whatsoever arising from the use of BTC products due that the utilization of these products is simply out of BTC control. The users are responsible for selecting the suitability of the products and methods of use.