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Weldwood contact cement good to re-bond running shoe parts?



 
 
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Old November 1st 08, 01:03 PM posted to alt.home.repair,rec.running
Frank
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Default Weldwood contact cement good to re-bond running shoe parts?

James wrote:
Anyone have any experience using Weldwood contact cement to re-adhere
glued-together parts (thoroughly cleaned of course) of a running shoe
such as the bottom sole layer to the spongy portion of the shoe
bottom?

http://www.bizrate.com/paint_wallcov...857863869.html


Thanks


I would think that contact cement does not cure and bond would be less
than permanent like adhesive tape. I might try something like Gorilla Glue.
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Old November 1st 08, 03:10 PM posted to alt.home.repair,rec.running
Art Todesco
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Default Weldwood contact cement good to re-bond running shoe parts?

Frank wrote:
James wrote:
Anyone have any experience using Weldwood contact cement to re-adhere
glued-together parts (thoroughly cleaned of course) of a running shoe
such as the bottom sole layer to the spongy portion of the shoe
bottom?

http://www.bizrate.com/paint_wallcov...857863869.html


Thanks


I would think that contact cement does not cure and bond would be less
than permanent like adhesive tape. I might try something like Gorilla Glue.

For shoe parts, I have always used
Plyobond. It is a contact cement, but can
be used by clamping and letting it cure.
The directions say you can do this
with a little heat. I've done it with
and without heat.
 




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