Thank you for posting your inquiry. DAP Weldwood Original Contact Cement can be used on EPDM and similar high-grade rubber roofing materials, providing that the material is good condition (not dried, cracked, oxidized or otherwise compromised). assemblies that have been bonded with contact cement should not be exposed to direct sunlight or significant temperature changes during the curing process (72 hours). Should you have any additional questions or require further assistance, please feel free to contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477.
Possibly injectable but it is not runny. At best it might be able to inject with a needle that is not very fine.
No,it has a yellowish color.
Hi Philip, Absolutely, and it has nauseating fumes when used in a smaller enclosed space. Definitely worth your time to read the label as well as the documentation in the Info and Guides section above.
Following the manufacturers directions, applied to both surfaces and dried to directions, it adheres on contact. One shot is all you get and it's done.....no curing.
Thank you for posting your inquiry. As is the case with all contact cement products, the adhesive is intended to be applied to both surfaces (to be bonded), allowed to fully dry, then assembled. When the two dried glue films touch, the bond is formed immediately upon contact. While it is possible to use this product for the application as described, it would likely prove to be challenging, as repositioning/adjustment is not possible with this type of adhesive. When installing trim/paneling, the use of a general-purpose adhesive Such as DAP DYNAGRIP Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive or DAP DYNAGRIP Heavy Duty Max Construction Adhesive would be recommended. Should you have any additional questions or require additional assistance, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477.
Yes, just follow the instructions.
I'd suggest checking some bow making sites and see what they use for laminating.
Thank you for posting your inquiry. Because you did not specifically identify the "foam" you intend to work with, we would recommend that you pretest your materials/assembly to verify compatibility, as the solvents contained in this adhesive can damage foams/soft plastics/synthetics. Should you have any additional questions or require further assistance, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477.
I would say yes, however, use a liberal amount and have something to weigh down the top while it dries completely.