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Aquaseal & Urethane


Sometime back, I saw a mention of a superglue/crazyglue that dried flexible, but I can't remember the name. Can someone remind me? Thanks.


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Re: what was that glue?


I think its "DAP"
Read echosix gluing tutorial.
I got a hold of a glue here in sweden wich acts just like it and is flexible when dryed. Good stuff.
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Re: what was that glue?


Cylock glue (type R) has been mentioned that dries flexible but for the life of me I cant find it anywhere on the internet.

I've just ordered some Aquasure to test out ....its a Urethane based glue for wetsuits and it dries flexible and can also be used for gap filling. I know its said that only superglue will work on Urethane but I wanted to test this out since I'm going to be gluing to a neoprene wetsuit anyway ...and I've only ordered 1 tube for now so if it dont work no worries.Plus ya got to experiment or ya'll never know lol

Also Shoe glue I believe that dries flexible as well I've got some of that as well so I can attach some leather to the back of my spinal piece.

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Re: what was that glue?


Here's why I ask. I'm trying to glue latex leg armor to a neoprene wetsuit. Stuff like Goop is sticking to the wetsuit--but not the latex. I don't know what it is about this particular piece of latex, but I couldn't glue anything to it unless I used superglue. The edges curl up, and the glue just won't hold. Since I want to actually MOVE in the suit, I need something as strong as superglue but flexible like Goop.

That Cylock R sounds like what I need, but I can't find anything about it on the net, either. Maybe the company went bust?


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Re: what was that glue?


Are you sure its latex and not urethane ?
Only asking because Goop wont work on urethane.

Also have you painted both the legs and the wetsuit with goop then let them sit for 10 mins or so till they both become tacky ?

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Re: what was that glue?


Quote:

ofpCaRnAgE wrote:

Are you sure its latex and not urethane ?

Also have you painted both the legs and the wetsuit with goop then let them sit for 10 mins or so till they both become tacky ?




Yes to both.


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mmm wierd if you had said it wasn't sticking to the wetsuit I'd have suggested rubbing the wetsuit down with rubbing alcohol.

When you say stuff like Goop what product is it exactally.

Hoping some more experienced bro's are gonna jump in here and try to assist
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Re: what was that glue?


did you put armor all on the inside. cuz that can stop the glue from sticking as well :huh

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Re: what was that glue?


How about checking the BOTB archives at the bottom of the home page under "Adhesives and Glues" or "Armor and Bodysuits" ? :doh

Here's another link that looks useful:

Artsee's Tutorials


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Re: what was that glue?


When you say stuff like Goop what product is it exactally

I tried both Goop and E6000


did you put armor all on the inside

Nope


How about checking the BOTB archives at the bottom of the home page under "Adhesives and Glues" or "Armor and Bodysuits" ?

Been there, done that. That's where I found the mentions of Cylock R. With some of the other products mentioned, it wasn't clear if 1) they dried flexible or 2) that was even something the recommender desired.

The Aquasure sounds like it might work. I'll keep digging for info on other glues. Thanks to all.


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