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Tear Mender Bish's 6-Ounce Original Tear Mender Instant Fabric and Leather Adhesive

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Specifications for this item
Part Number TTB-6-D-B
Brand Name Tear Mender
Material Type Fiberglass
Color White
UPC 742836006121
EAN 0742836006121
Item Weight 7.04 ounces
Number of Items 1
Size 6 oz
UNSPSC Code 24102202

Tear Mender is ideally suited for durable, long lasting and permanent bonds or repairs to items u... See more product details


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Product Features

  • Durable, long lasting and permanent bonds to fabric and leather
  • Repairs items used both indoors and out
  • Water-Proof, flexible, UV resistant
  • Natural, non-toxic, acid free
  • Easy to use

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 6.5 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001TY8PDK
  • Item model number: TTB-6-D-B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (318 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)

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Product Description

Tear Mender is ideally suited for durable, long lasting and permanent bonds or repairs to items used both indoor and out. Tear mender is water-proof, flexible, permanent, quick-drying, UV resistant, natural latex, non-toxic and acid free. Shake well before use. Spread a thin layer of Tear Mender onto patch or items being repaired. For thinker material, apply to both surfaces. Press the two surfaces together and allow to dry. Dries in 3 minutes. Machine washable in 15 minutes. Spot test when on sheer or light fabrics. Tear mender is made from renewable resources and has minimal impact to the environment.

Customer Reviews

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I had read many reviews on several adhesive products, looking specifically for a quality adhesive to place patches on a leather motorcycle vest. Take your time and read the small print if this is your challenge also. I highly recommend you buy only those products that 'specifically' state they are designed for leather, otherwise it's a big risk. Being totally disabled, sewing a patch on is out of the question so a viable alternative was required. Oh yes, I could take them to have each patch sewed on for a cost of from $6 to $12 EACH and I had 9. The cost of sewing them on would be more than I paid for this leather vest I bought for "grins and giggles." I don't even own a motorcycle, "BUT" I do ride around on a 3--wheeled electric scooter.

I read all the reviews on this product, read the PDF from their website and watched the YouTube videos of the product in action. I knew from the outset their claims of 3 minutes to dry and 15 minutes to be washable, were just a "tad" embellished. I ended up using Tear Mender to supplement a more heavy-duty adhesive in double checking and applying it to the patch corners. I used a Q-Tip and when they say a little goes a long way, they are not kidding. With the exception of the drying times being only a 'wee' bit longer than promoted, this product works! The clean-up is a breeze as you can do it with your finger and no paint thinner or acetone are needed. I was elated this product would not allow me to glue my fingers together. Thus my reasons for not using a super glue adhesive. I would have given this product 5 stars easily had it performed exactly as promoted. It was close enough I could get away with 4 1/2 stars, if that was possible. I highly recommend Tear Mender Liquid in the cost savings 6oz. bottle, because it performs well doing double duty on fabrics and leather. Well worth the investment, as low as that is, for this type of quality performance.
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Very white, watery and takes a while to dry, so you have to hold onto whatever you're trying to mend. Three of eight of my tan fabric dining chairs tore along the seam. Nothing short of reupholstering them all was a realistic option. No sewing could do.

Not perfect, but it did the job (the mender is on the part slightly indented on the seam). Now, I don't have to worry about the "runs" in the seam getting wider!

Tip: if It runs onto the solid surface near the fabric, just let it get halfway dry and rub it off. Rolls right off like Elmer's glue.
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There seem to be a lot of positive reviews for this glue but it didn't work on my leather car seat. I was looking to glue down a small torn piece of leather on the seat that keeps sticking up and this seemed like it could be a better solution than crazy glue since crazy glue tends to dry hard and this glue dries flexible. But when I used the Tear Mender glue it did not form a good bond and after a few days the leather piece would come undone again. I ended up using crazy glue in the end.

I did use this glue on a small crack in a pair of leather shoes and it seems cool that it dries in a flexible rubbery consistency but I don't have much confidence in the strength of bond after my experience with the car seat.
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This is most possibly the best glue ever for fabrics. I bought it when I found out the seamstress charges $10 to attach each patch to a varsity jacket! Well, that just was not affordable. I thought I would try it with a small one and it worked perfectly. After a year, the patch continues to hold with no trouble. The only thing consumers are to know is that it is VERY LIQUID!!!! so if you think it is like wood glue....IT IS NOT!...be careful or it will run all over the place and then it makes a mess. My suggestion is to do what I do and it is to pour a little bit into a paper cup and with a brush apply to the item you want to use it with. It adheres VERY QUICKLY so work fast, if the item is large either get another person to help or go in parts. All in all a fantastic product. I have used it for many things now.
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I'm a cheap bastard, and when I get a hole in a pair of blue I cut patches out of other old pairs of jeans and I use this stuff to glue the patches in place. Holds great. I've reconstructed entire ripped out crotch areas before.
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This is the only liquid fabric adhesive that I can find that works--we have washed jeans for years that had this on them and never had a problem.
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I used this product for a small tear in white leather. It not only held the tear, there was no residue. It dried clear and looks great.
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By ME on September 3, 2013
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Sticks to clothing very quickly. It's hard to believe this product has been around for as long as it has, and I'm now just discovering it. I used to buy the iron-on patches for my denim coveralls, but this works way better, and the repairs are more durable when washing.
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