What is it?
- Remains flexible
- Resistant to chemicals
- Temperature resistant from - 40 °C to + 120 °C
What does it do?
Ideal for glueing, filling and sealing of rubber, leather, textile, neoprene, various synthetics (such as Hypalon®), wood, metal or ceramics. Also suitable for repairing (sports) shoes, (soles and heels), boots, gloves, slippers, (hockey) sticks, inflatable objects (such as boats, air mattresses) made of rubber or soft PVC, rainwear, travel bags, wetsuits, diving gear, tents, (horse) saddles, decorative materials, headlights and to reinforce stitched seams. Also suitable for filling joints and gaps.
Not suitable for:
Not suitable for Polypropylene (PP), Polyethylene (PE) and P.T.F.E.
Do not use at temperatures below +5 °C or at an extremely low relative air humidity.
Materials to be repaired should be dry through and through.
Preliminary surface treatment
All parts should be perfectly clean and free of grease. Always roughen with enclosed sand paper.
Sand paper and spatula (enclosed for free).
Directions for use
Use spatula to apply paste in an even layer of at least 2 mm well around area to be repaired (preferably on entire surface). Smoothen paste with spatula. Repairing shoe soles and rubber boats: materials should be perfectly clean and dry through and through. Always sandpaper well. Apply a thin layer of paste (less than 1 mm). Press the enclosed polyester gauze (min. width of 2,5 cm) into paste using enclosed spatula. Apply a thin layer of paste on and around gauze. Smoothen with spatula and a little washing-up liquid. Let cure for at least 48 hours.
Points of attention
When cap is stuck, hold under hot water tap and unscrew. Remove any cured paste in cap with a sharp knife. Rubber Repair cures under the influence of air humidity. As a result, a slight foaming may occur. A low air humidity level could slow down the curing process.
Remove adhesive residue immediately with acetone. Dry adhesive residue can only be removed mechanically.
Store in a dry, cool and frost free place.