- Bonds immediately
- Suitable for materials under stress
- Moisture and frost resistant
- Simple to use
- Resistant to temperatures between -40°C and +70°C
Ideally suited for surface bonding or laminating of many materials that require immediate bonding, loading or processing. Bonds wood, board, veneer, plastic and metal panel boards (HPL, Formica®, for example), (foam) rubber, leather, cork, canvas, linoleum and polyether foam (sound insulation), among other things, to itself as well as to many other surfaces. Also for repairing shoes, bags, toys and carpets, or for doing (hobby) handicraft work.
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. Clean and degrease the surfaces to be bonded for optimal results.
Preliminary surface treatment
For optimal result, degrease first.
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.
Directions for use
Parts must be clean, dry and free of grease. Coat both substrates completely. Allow to dry for a minimum of 10-40 minutes. In case of porous materials, apply a second coat and let dry. Then join parts and roll or tap firmly (with a rubber mallet).
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 fresh adhesive residue immediately with Acetone. Dried adhesive residue can only be removed mechanically or with a paint remover (test first).
Store properly closed in a cool and frost-free place. Shelf life is a minimum 60 months.