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Tandy Leather Factory Eco-Flo Tanner's Bond Craft Cement

4.2 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews
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  • Easy to use, quick drying cement for leather as well as other materials
  • Super high strength bonding, yet safe and non-flammable
  • Water-based adhesive
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Product Information

Product Dimensions 6.4 x 1.6 x 1.6 inches
Shipping Weight 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Item model number 2540-01
ASIN B003W0GFTU
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4.2 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #15,462 in arts-crafts
#74 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Craft Supplies > Leathercraft > Leathercraft Accessories

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Product Description

TANDY LEATHER FACTORY- Eco-Flo Tanner's Bond Leather craft Cement. Easy to use, quick drying cement for leather as well as other materials. Super high strength bonding, yet safe and non-flammable. Water-based. 4 ounces.

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By johnnyjohnny on November 8, 2012
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i got this months ago for some nice vintage leather jackets that had very small tears in them. this required something that could be applied with a toothpick and hopefully cover up a tiny tear or prick (pardon the expression), or really, close it up to look as close to new as possible.

best thing i can say about this stuff is it works. it's easy to apply and looks great after using, upon which you can condition your jacket per usual.

i researched all the cements out there, and this seemed to be the best. glad i can say it worked for me. do read the directions and follow.
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I have used this product on numerous leather projects.
The cement is used on both peaces of material, align let set for two minutes check alignment again if needed adjust as required and clamp (I usually use wood and adjustable clamps or a vice using light pressure just enough force or remove trapped air.)

The cement sets up in 30 minutes or so and is dry enough to work with in a hour. I add another layer of leather, cement again (as the project requires) after two minutes and adjust as required & clamp until setup again.
I build up one layer at a time as needed for each project. If stitching is needed I let set overnight before using the "stitching spacer chisel ".
I use my belt sander if a leather fade out is needed prior to cementing.
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If you need something for a temporary stick (ie when sewing leather together , to hold the pieces down etc) it does its job. It doesn't leave a residue like other glues BUT it also is water soluable and that means sweat can cause the fabric to come apart. Not good for long term hold. Bottle is a tad expensive for its purpose.
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This is not the usual barge cement often recommended for leather. It looks like white glue, but when it dries it is more rubbery. Plus point is that it can be worked around a bit unlike other leather cement that permanently sticks on first contact. So great for a beginner like myself.
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I used this to glue down the seam allowance of a leather skirt I made - it worked perfectly. Held down 3 layers of leather on the hem too. Really worked nicely. I put some down on a dish and used an old paint brush to apply.
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I knew the picture was wrong but I took the gamble that the correct item would be shipped.
It was.
This glue works well to reinforce hand stitching on leather.
Dries to tack in about 5 minutes and remains somewhat flexible.
Will buy it again.
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This worked perfectly. I bought it to, hopefully, repair a much loved older fox coat. The skins were falling apart. I sewed in a thin support material and put a thin layer of this glue on the material to further supporter the hides. Success! Warning. The glue will cause the material & skins to shrink as it dries. I corrected this by very gently stretching it as it dries then touching up where necessary. The thread used to sucure support material until it could be glued did not shrink so it can be felt. An alternative solution than stitching might be better if someone can come up with one. This glue was so pliable that I put it on other places where the hides were intact but weak. A thin application of glue was used in most places but even where I got it a little thick it didn't bleed through and effect the fur.
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Have used this glue on leather for years. It stays pliable and does a fabulous job. I've hemmed a skirt, repaired by son-in-laws rips and now my own small rips in my coat. It leaves no tell tale white color or goo like other glues I've tried. A little pricey and worth every penny.
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