On porous fabrics, VLP can be used the same as on vinyl but actually penetrates the pores and creates an excellent mechanical bond. VLP is typically used on vinyl upholstery, awnings, tarps, vinyl sheeting, luggage, rain wear, boots, etc.
1 ounce tube.
- All surfaces to be glued must be free of all oils, dust or other foreign matter. Lightly wipe
down vinyl with alcohol and let dry.
- Small tears and splits require a light bead application of VLP. Allow 30 minutes to dry and repeat. Allow 4 hours dry time for maximum strength.
- Long tears and splits require the vinyl to be pulled together and stitched with masking tape every 1″ to 2″. Apply a light bead application of VLP to untaped areas and allow a minimum of 4 hour to dry. Carefully remove masking tape and apply a light bead application to entire repair. Allow 4 hours dry time before use or 4 hour and repeat; then allow 4 additional hours dry time for maximum strength.
- For small holes: Apply a few drops of VLP and allow to dry 1 hour before use.
- To conceal repair, apply a small amount of VLP to a lint free cloth and dab lightly onto dried VLP repair until gloss is removed.
- Use adequate ventilation.
Solids: (wt) 18%
Temperature use range: -10°F to 200°F
Tensile: (ASTM D-882) 2,900psi
Bond strength: (ASTM D-882) 26.02 # load
Elongation: (ASTM D-882) 240%
Dry color: clear
Viscosity range: 1,200-2,500 cps
Coverage: 60 sq. ft. per gal at 5 mils
Shelf life: 1+ year at 77°F