Best Glue for Rubber?


An industrial strength glue named E600 is the best glue to use for rubber. E600 dries clear, is flexible, and can be used on other products such as leather and vinyl. E600 can take up to an hour to dry and it is best to allow it to dry for a full 24 hours to stick two surfaces together. Be aware that it can develop air bubbles so make sure you press all the air out.
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