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DAP Weldwood 3 fl. oz. Original Contact Cement
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DAP

Weldwood 3 fl. oz. Original Contact Cement

$4.97 /each

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The DAP Weldwood 3 fl. oz. Original Contact Cement is a multi-purpose neoprene rubber adhesive that forms an instant, high-strength bond on a variety of surfaces. This adhesive resists the effects of heat, water, weather, grease, oil and household chemicals.

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  • Bonds with wood, metal, glass, plastic and other common materials
  • Suitable for interior and exterior use
  • Forms strong bonds on contact to eliminate the need for clamps, temporary fasteners and long set times
  • Excellent water resistance

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Is this a good choice for bonding soles back onto running shoes?

The soles are starting to come off my running/walking shoes. Is this good for bonding rubber to rubber?
Asked by: Roadrunner
Excellent, One of it's better uses is on rubber.
Answered by: Mastersound
Date published: 2016-09-07

Will this work to glue laminate material onto a wood cabinet?

Asked by: DIYGAL
Yes it does a very good job but there are professional products that are even better. The wood needs to be clean and might absorb the first coat so you might apply a thin coat first and let it dry completely before applying the coat to glue the surfaces together.
Answered by: Everest
Date published: 2016-10-05

Will this adhere glass to metal?

Asked by: CDB
Lightweight glass, ceramics, thin metals, antiques.
Answered by: Mastersound
Date published: 2016-09-06

can this be removed from wood when it has dried

if i attach an arrow rest to a bow and want to remove it or change it, will i be able to remove the dried cement ?
Asked by: banjo76
Yes, gently remove using a hard plastic spatula type instrument/tool.
Answered by: Mastersound
Date published: 2016-09-07
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Weldwood 3 fl. oz. Original Contact Cement is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Leather work adhesive!! I have used this cement to glue together my custom leather holsters, etc. for years and I can assure you, nothing works better, at any price. You should list leather as a regular application since it works better than anything else I have tried. I buy it by the quart and pour it into a ketchup dispenser...works great. Unless I make a mistake and need to take the holster apart to correct an error. Not going to happen! it will tear the leather apart but the glued surfaces will not separate....wonderful product.....
Date published: 2016-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This DAP Weldwood Contact Cement is really great stuff. It bonds, High Pressure Laminates, wood ... This DAP Weldwood Contact Cement is really great stuff. It bonds, High Pressure Laminates, wood and plastic veneer, paneling, leather, fabrics, rubber, paper, cardboard and other materials to wood, particle board, plywood, concrete and similar surface. It good for indoors and outdoors. All you do spread it both items that you want to bond together. You wait at least 15 minutes before you bond the two together. When apply it dies tack free quickly and has an open time up to 2 hours. When you press the two together the surfaces bound instantly on contact with high strength. Allowing immediate us of assembly. It resists the effects of heat up to 180 degrees and water, weather, grease, oil and household chemicals. I really works well, a great product to have to put those items back together.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Terrific product No other form or brand of cement can do what your DAP contact cement does.
Date published: 2016-09-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from On the very first use the applicator brush support tube broke off, not once, but twice. It pushe... On the very first use the applicator brush support tube broke off, not once, but twice. It pushes right back in so this is just an annoyance. In addition the brush itself shoved back into the brush support tube and is no longer visible. I was hoping this would be a good replacement for the old Rubber Cement but it's very poorly designed application brush makes it unusable. In addition, it doesn't work on fiber board.
Date published: 2017-01-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It works but... It would have been nice to be given advance notice of NOT to get any glue on the cap or top of the bottle. I used it once (successfully) but could not open the bottle for the second use. It's almost impossible to not get glue on the cap or bottle opening. The glue is very fluid.
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product i have used for years. Recently had to re-attach the velcro thingy on my wrist BP ... Great product i have used for years. Recently had to re-attach the velcro thingy on my wrist BP gizmo and this did the trick perfectly.
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Real nice glue sealant. This glue is excellent on rubber, plastic, cloth, car, bike tire repairs.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used this about a month ago to add my own half soles and heels to a leather soled shoes since I... I used this about a month ago to add my own half soles and heels to a leather soled shoes since I don't have access to a shoe cobbler. This worked wonderfully for that, and I strongly recommend this specific version with toulene. The toulene free contact cements have been virtually useless in my experience. Keep in mind, it is important to pay close attention to the drying time. If you can, test a thin layer on something else - even just a piece of paper or scrap wood - to know how long to wait and to be sure you're not letting it sit too long. The first sole, I felt like I jumped the gun and applied to too early but it worked well anyway. The second one I made myself wait a bit longer and that one didn't attach well. During the very short window where it could be adjusted, I removed the half sole and reapplied the DAP Weldwood contact cement to both surfaces, made myself wait a full 15 minutes, and still had problems getting it to attach evenly. I managed to make it work, but it was more difficult and there was a period where I wasn't sure if that shoe would be usable or not. In hindsight, I realized that in the warm, somewhat dry environment in which I was working, it was drying a good deal faster than the estimated "at least 15 minutes". I waited TOO long and had some patches drying completely instead of remaining tacky enough to adhere. As I said, I was able to make it work anyway, but this product will serve you much better if you take a few minutes in advance to test out the drying time in your work area. Once this product adheres, it's there for good. Taking a little time (even up to an hour, if you're in a humid environment) to know how best to use this is much easier and will go much faster than having to correct a mistake if you get it wrong. In the photo, if you look toward the heel you can see one of the gaps where the contact cement didn't adhere well. (There are others, but they don't show up as well). I used a small syringe to get the contact cement into some small gaps around the edges. I let both shoes "cure" for about 36 hours, covered in a soft towel and positioned carefully under heavy bricks. I used shoe trees in both shoes to keep their shape under the weight. I applied the half soles on December 5th, and so far they've held up beautifully even in inclement weather. Before wearing them, I used a dremmel to carefully sand down the edges of the rubber half soles so they were even with the leather soles. This gave me a chance to carefully inspect the edges and verify that the contact cement was even and intact all the way around. I absolutely intend to use this again, and now that I know how it performs, future jobs will go much more quickly.
Date published: 2017-01-02
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