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E6000 220011 High Viscosity Adhesive - 3.7 fl. oz.
- Tough – 2x stronger and 60x more flex than polyurethane
- Non-flammable once cured, temperature resistant – unaffected by extreme heat or cold once cured
- Chemical resistant – safe for applications exposed to dilute acids and dilute caustics
- Waterproof – can be submerged in fresh and salt water after complete cure
- Paintable – paint to match surrounding area to make uv-resistant, flexible – excellent for bonding items subject to vibration
- Industrial strength, non-flammable adhesive that provides versatility not found in silicones and rubber cements
- Safe for applications exposed to dilute acids and dilute caustics
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E6000® is a tough, flexible and highly versatile rubber-based compound that exhibits exceptional adhesive and sealant qualities. Among the strongest single component, multi-purpose adhesives and sealants available for industrial applications, E6000 outperforms silicones, acrylics and rubber cements because it adheres to more surfaces with greater durability. It provides a superior bond on stubborn porous and non-porous substrates and maintains its bond in cold temperatures and on items subject to vibration.
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While I was blinging out my phone case, I was afraid the glue would dry out, so I kept closing the cap and opening it back up when I needed more glue. I dipped my dotting tool (usually used for my nails) into the glue to grab more and put it on the case, but when I pulled the tool away from the tube, it left a long trail of glue (similar to the kind hot glue guns leave, but much easier to clean up). Then, I would turn my tube so the glue would seep back into it and close the cap. Unfortunately, doing this several times will make so many little tacky rubber balls that the cap became harder to close and I had to clean it a few times. Other than that, it's a very useful adhesive and I can't wait to do more projects with it!
Yes, of course, tube adhesives would not be watery and thin, but this stoff was so congealed that it made the job difficult. It did an OK job gluing. I now wonder, though, at next use, if I will find the adhesive solidly dried out in the tube. I would not buy it again.
Her suggestion was if it didn't work, that she can always sew around it. I received the product and was honestly surprised at how big a tube it was. It is the size of a large toothpaste tube and for the price you can't not give it a try. I only gave this product 4 stars only because it is difficult work with. It is similar in consistiency to silicon, and I ended up using 3/4 of the tube on the patch, I would have used 1/2 tube, but after applying it realized Harley Davidson puts a thin cloth on the patch to help protect the patch when you sew it on. I had to reapply the adhesive to the patch. I am not sure how this will hold up and will give a followup, I made sure I put a small tile under; and on top of the patch, and put small weights on top of it overnight to make sure it seated properly. Upon inspection it came out great, I was worried that if i used the glue up to the end of the patch I would be in trouble with overspill. That was not a problem. any overspill was easily removed by pulling if off, or just using a razor blade. So really you are better off with a lot of overflow for the corner of the patch rather then a small smear as the large globs are easily removed with no residue.