What is it?
- Crystal clear
- Bonds immediately
- Does not discolour
- Suitable for materials under stress
- Moisture and frost resistant
- Simple to use
What does it do?
Ideally suitable for bonding many transparent materials, such as plexiglas, perspex, polycarbonate. Also bonds (synthetic) leather, vinyl, soft PVC, cork, canvas, textiles and many rigid and soft synthetics including PVC, ABS and polystyrene. Very suitable for repairing items such as shoes, bags, toys, book covers, name plates and creating (hobby) handicraft work. Ideally suitable for bonding PVC pond liner.
Not suitable for:
Not suitable for Polystyrene foam (Tempex®), PE, PP, PTFE and vinyl.
Use adhesive and parts to be bonded at room temperature only. The relative humidity must be below 65%. This is to avoid formation of bubbles in the final product. Once attached, adjustment is no longer possible. Always test on an (inconspicuous) part of the surface first.
Surfaces must be dry, clean, dust- and grease-free and a good fit.
Preliminary surface treatment
Clean and degrease the surfaces to be bonded for optimal results.
Use a solid brush or fine-toothed (1 mm) glue spreader to cover large surfaces. Use a roller or rubber mallet to join the materials firmly.
Preparation of product
Stir well before use. Should preferably not be diluted
2-2.5 m²/litre, applied on both sides, depending on the nature of the materials to be bonded.
Directions for use
Apply the adhesive thinly and evenly to both surfaces using the fine-toothed adhesive spreader (1 mm) or brush. Allow both surfaces to dry for 10 to 25 minutes. As soon as the adhesive stops stringing, join parts. Adjustment is then no longer possible. Avoid entrapping of air bubbles. Firmly tap, roll or press materials.
Points of attention
For optimum results, both the adhesive and the parts to be bonded must be at room temperature (definitely do not use below +10°C). The final bonding strength depends on the pressure applied. Therefore, press as firmly as possible across the entire surface. Should the adhesive joint between porous materials be exposed to long-lasting contact with water, the adhesive may detach from the wet surface.
Remove wet adhesive residue immediately. Dried excess adhesive can only be removed mechanically or with a paint stripper (pre-test).
Store properly closed in a cool and frost-free place. Shelf life is a minimum 24 months.