Model # 00107

Internet #100195615

Store SKU #629937

DAP Weldwood 3 fl. oz. Original Contact Cement
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DAP

Weldwood 3 fl. oz. Original Contact Cement

  • Suitable to use on a wide range of surfaces and materials
  • Holds up to both interior and exterior use
  • Water-resistant formula
$497 /each

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Product Size (oz.)
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Product Overview

  • Suitable to use on a wide range of surfaces and materials
  • Holds up to both interior and exterior use
  • Water-resistant formula
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.
  • 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

Product Overview

  • Suitable to use on a wide range of surfaces and materials
  • Holds up to both interior and exterior use
  • Water-resistant formula
Model #: 00107
Sku #: 629937
Internet #: 100195615

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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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.25
Product Height (in.)
4.25
Product Size (oz.)
3
Product Width (in.)
2

Details

Adhesion level
High
Adhesive Product Type
Glue/Epoxy
Curing time (hours)
72
Dries clear
No
Drillable
No
Features
Moisture Resistant
Flammable
No
Glue/epoxy type
Contact cement
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Moisture Resistant
Yes
Product Weight (oz.)
3
Sandable
No
Set Time (Min.)
15
Solvent resistant
No
Stainable/Paintable
No
UV/sunlight resistant
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See Use & Care Manual

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.25
Product Height (in.)
4.25
Product Size (oz.)
3
Product Width (in.)
2

Details

Adhesion level
High
Adhesive Product Type
Glue/Epoxy
Curing time (hours)
72
Dries clear
No
Drillable
No
Features
Moisture Resistant
Flammable
No
Glue/epoxy type
Contact cement
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Moisture Resistant
Yes
Product Weight (oz.)
3
Sandable
No
Set Time (Min.)
15
Solvent resistant
No
Stainable/Paintable
No
UV/sunlight resistant
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See Use & Care Manual

Questions & Answers

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
In response to the person who used a whole bottle of cement... DON'T DO THAT. I can't imagine how that could possibly work. You are supposed to spread a thin layer on each side, then allow it to dry before sticking the two halves together. You may need multiple coats if the surface is particularly rough or porous, but a whole bottle is far too much and I seriously doubt that much cement will every dry completely, let alone have any strength.
Answered by: Grauenwolf
Date published: 2017-07-23

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

Asked by: DIYGAL
Yes!
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-06-17

Bond to leather/pleather

Hi, Will his bond to leather and pleather? Thank you,
Asked by: MGEE
Yes! (If you mean leather to leather)
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-07-18

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
If you want a temporary bond, use "rubber cement" instead of contact cement. It's the stuff they use to attach magazine inserts or credit cards to paper.
Answered by: Grauenwolf
Date published: 2017-07-23
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Customer Reviews

Weldwood 3 fl. oz. Original Contact Cement is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 20.
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 The butter to the bread of this LARPer! I'm a LARPer, and as I play the version known as Dagorhir, this is an essential. Dagorhir is a full contact sport, so when we build our weapons they have to be durable enough to whollop someone (or more often their shield) repeatedly. Our weapons take quite a beating, but the DAP holds up a very, VERY long time, and without it we'd be lost. We typically bond camping mat foam or yoga mat foam to fiberglass or PVC, but it works for all kinds of things. You have to make sure it's a ventilated space as the fumes can be dangerous if they're too concentrated. It can be annoying to open when it gets in the lid or on the rim, but it's inevitable. You just gotta twist really hard for the screw on caps, and pry open the cans, they'll open. The brush in this kind is REALLY handy, as the glue stays liquid in contact with itself, so the brush stays flexible in the bottle.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works so much better for gluing paper to paper than Elmer's. Elmer's has water in it so what you ... Works so much better for gluing paper to paper than Elmer's. Elmer's has water in it so what you are gluing gets ripples and doesn't lay too flat on the paper/board it is being glued to. When I tried this contact cement it worked perfectly and make a perfect presentation. Have also used this to glue down inside shoe linings. Works great. Bonds very well.
Date published: 2017-06-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very easy to apply and join rubber(or neoprene) to rubber. Adhesion was 100% and so far has resis... Very easy to apply and join rubber(or neoprene) to rubber. Adhesion was 100% and so far has resisted water and flexing. Note that need to wait at least 45min once the glue is applied to both surfaces prior to putting the surface together -alignment is critical as once put together surfaces do noe move.
Date published: 2017-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I purchased this contact cement to repair a leather shoe.... I purchased this contact cement to repair a leather shoe. So far it is working great. I highly recommend DAP Weldwood.
Date published: 2017-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have used the product before at work. But in a much larger container. I have used the product before at work. But in a much larger container.
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 4 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-09-20
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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