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Dap 00272 Weldwood The Original Contact Cement 1-Quart

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  • Solvent base formula
  • Quick grab with super strength with flash point 22° F
  • 5 cycle freeze thaw cycle
  • 30-45 minute drying time needed for bonding at 75° F and 50% relative humidity
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Product Description

Product Description

Dap brown contact adhesive is compatible with cardboard, concrete, fabric, fiberboard, leather, metal, paper, plastic, plywood and wood materials with a 72 hr cure time. Provides a 15 min fixture time. Minimum to maximum operating temperatures are -40 F to +180 F.

From the Manufacturer

Premium quality, brush grade, neoprene-based contact cement that meets the stringent requirements of the professional user. High strength and initial grab make it ideal for most projects. Fast-drying formula dries in 15-20 minutes. Offers high heat and water resistance when dry. Exceeds industry performance requirements.

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Technical Details
Part Number 272
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions2.2 x 9 x 5.3 inches
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Item model number00272
Materialheat-treated
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00106ETT6
Best Sellers Rank #18,460 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableJuly 3, 2006
  
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By bentsnake on November 13, 2012
I'm writing this review just to let people know of a successful repair of Dr. Scholl's rubber (or whatever the material is) shoe soles.

I'm talking about the red label Dap Weldwood Contact Cement, not the green label. And the liquid form, not the gel. I know nothing about the green/gel.

The thin rubber(?) walking surface had separated from the thicker padded sole of these shoes--which I think is not an uncommon problem. A famous shoe repair glue failed, but probably because it's made for leather...duh.

Using the cheapest throwaway bristle (not foam) brush that Bigbox Hardware had on the shelf I applied 2 coats of glue to each piece. Happily, the glue seemed to be wetting the surface as I brushed it on, which was not so with the other glue I tried.

I waited some 30 minutes for the first coat to dry, and the same for the second coat. The first coat I considered to be a sealer coat, so the glue wouldn't simply disappear into the porous material.

I judged dryness by looking (gloss), and by touching. The glue remains a bit tacky to the touch when it's dry, but doesn't stick to your finger. Longer drying times are OK. The glue must be dry to work. Contact cement sticks only to itself, and only when it's dry.

Second coat applied and dry, pieces put together, yep, sticks just fine. Really, really sticks. I'm not kidding, it sticks. The slightest contact and the bond is made.

You want to heed those warnings about getting it right the first time. One way is to align the pieces with waxed paper between them, then carefully remove the waxed paper while pressing the pieces together.

DAP still wants pressure applied after the pieces are together, I guess to assure full contact.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ernest Lipps on February 10, 2008
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This stuff is ready in 15 minutes in tempatures of 65f or above, its not water based, I wanted something that would stick and not come off and this was the product to handle that.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By funnyc130 on April 24, 2013
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Glue went on easy. Follow directions and it works great. I used it for veneering. This is superior to other glues I have tried.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By toasty1435 on November 24, 2012
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I bought this to replace barges cement. It turned out to be much cheaper and a better product. It stays flexible and is thinner in consistency allowing me to spread it easier on my materials. A definite must have for any leather worker.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By boneah on April 11, 2013
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Used this to lay a hydro-turf mat inside my Yamaha Superjet. So far so good, two seasons in. The factory adhesive on other parts of the ski's turf is already coming off, but this stuff stays. Great product for that purpose.
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By Richard on November 20, 2013
I'll chime in about this contact cement. (I Didn't buy from Amazon; my local hardware store carries it). I used this contact cement around places on my pool table:

(wood to rubber)
- Gluing rubber bumpers to the wooden rails, as well as the facings.
It set enough to trim the rails after 20 min or so.

(wood to laminated particle board)
-Glued some 2x4's to the particle board legs for more support
Don't know how long or well it set, since I clamped and put in wood screws the same time as the glue.

(wood to slate)
- Backed my non-backed slate by gluing wood to the under side of the slate perimeter.
I clamped, and let each section sit for 4+ hours each, just to be sure. Holds well to stretch my worsted cloth tight and be stapled.

A single small can (I guess the Pint?) was more than enough to do all of the above with much to spare.
If it dries on your skin, it's a bit tricky to get off. It can be a bit spider webby when dabbing out of the can. Just give it enough time to get tacky. And give it more than enough time to set if you are clamping things.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By moon11 on June 1, 2014
I've tried 3 contact cements - Tandy leather's, this one from Dap, and Pliobond LV - on my leather work. The Dap performed very poorly. Per the instruction, I apply the glue and then let it dry a little. The Dap cement would just lose tackiness completely for the most part, unless I applied excessive amount. But then too much glue causes parts to slide with respect to each other during drying process.. resulting in unacceptable outcome. Often I had to re-apply the glue...Also, after drying completely, the adhesion appears much weaker than the other two. The other two cements never exhibited this kind of behavior. After initial drying, they remain very tacky, grabbed parts well and kept them in position. I use this one for something stupid like gluing paper... not leather or anything that requires some level of precision.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chris Harrell on October 17, 2012
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Anyone that has ever used Contact Cement knows how well it bonds various surfaces.

Do yourself a big favor and purchase this type and not the non-toxic, low VOC type. I tried that waterbased non-toxic type and basically ruined my project. Of course, i ended up purchasing the original here and all was well.

Do not waste your money, time or ruin your project messing with the other type...stick with the original type here.
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