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LePage Heavy Duty Contact Cement, 30 ml

Model # 1504637|Store SKU # 1000110620

Overview

Model # 1504637 Store SKU # 1000110620

LePage Heavy Duty Contact Cement is a premium-grade, solvent-based adhesive that creates a high-strength bond. Our contact cement dries quickly and bonds on contact, so it eliminates any need for clamping. LePage Heavy Duty Contact Cement is also resistant to creep, water, oil, and temperatures up to 70°C. This adhesive provides coverage that's 1.5 times better than other multi-purpose contact cements, so you can complete projects quickly while using less of the product. LePage Heavy Duty Contact Cement dries clear for a professional finish, making it ideal for projects around the home like repairing fabric seat covers, shoes, weather stripping, and loose flooring. Use LePage contact cement to form a strong bond to plastic laminates, veneers, plywood, particleboard, wallboard, metals, cork, fabric, and rubber.

  1. Premium-grade, solvent-based adhesive
  1. High-strength bond
  1. Resistant to heat, creep, water, and oil
  1. No clamping required
  1. 1.5 times better coverage than multi-purpose contact cements
  1. Allows you to complete projects quickly

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
0.88
Assembled Height (in inches)
7.5
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
0.07
Assembled Width (in inches)
3.75
Packaged Depth (in inches)
0.875
Packaged Height (in inches)
7.5
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
0.07
Packaged Width (in inches)
3.75

Details

Colour Family
Beige & Tan
Country of Origin
CA-Canada
Interior & Exterior
Interior
Product Type
Adhesive
Recommended Surface
Metal
Use Location
Specialty

Warranty / Certifications

Liability limited to product replacement only
Heavy Duty Contact Cement, 30 mlLePage Heavy Duty Contact Cement, 30 mlLePage Heavy Duty Contact Cement is a premium-grade, solvent-based adhesive that creates a high-strength bond. Our contact cement dries quickly and bonds on contact, so it eliminates any need for clamping. LePage Heavy Duty Contact Cement is also resistant to creep, water, oil, and temperatures up to 70°C. This adhesive provides coverage that's 1.5 times better than other multi-purpose contact cements, so you can complete projects quickly while using less of the product. LePage Heavy Duty Contact Cement dries clear for a professional finish, making it ideal for projects around the home like repairing fabric seat covers, shoes, weather stripping, and loose flooring. Use LePage contact cement to form a strong bond to plastic laminates, veneers, plywood, particleboard, wallboard, metals, cork, fabric, and rubber.
LePage
1000110620
Heavy Duty Contact Cement, 30 ml is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 27.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from FAIL I have been using contact cement for decades and after using this I believe that it is time for Lepage's to admit defeat and go back to the old formula which worked great . This stuff, not so much .
Date published: 2022-01-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't bond. No hold whatsoever. Didn't work for me. Don't understand this product.
Date published: 2021-07-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It works alright. I used this for laminating some kitchen shelves. The instructions say you can router it after you adhere the pieces but I found it was better to clamp the pieces for a few hours or overnight before doing anything. On the pieces I didn't clamp, the laminate seemed to "lift" from the surface and I could see a thin, airy layer of contact cement.
Date published: 2021-02-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from LePage contact cement Great glue for variety of surfaces. Use as much as you can because once opened, the remainder will harden in the can.
Date published: 2020-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Follow the directions Follow the directions/!! /!!! It isn't instant it has to "dry or it doesn't work".. I used to just try and use it without waiting.. The difference is amazing
Date published: 2020-08-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from bad product It smells terribly. The smell does not go away after it is dry. Wort part, it does not work well like Pl glue. It is a contact glue and you can't adjust after the two parts are in contract. I returned the product to home depot and I got a refund..
Date published: 2018-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fixed a shoe A few weeks ago the toe of my shoe, which waa otherwise in great condition, began to peel off. I bought this to glue it back. So far so good!
Date published: 2018-01-21
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My Blanco sink made of artificial stone/ceramic has been cracked with very thin slot, can I use this adhesive on the back of the sink?

Asked by: Simon
Doubtful, unless the sections are moveable and can be held together tightly after you apply glue to both surfaces and allow it to dry first.
Answered by: joejoe
Date published: 2020-09-23

Would this work to glue a small flat chipped piece of brick back on to the exterior wall of my house?

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for the question. The LePage Heavy Duty Contact Cement would not be suitable for this repair. You might try the LePage PL Premium Construction Adhesive 118ml or the LePage Stik'N Seal Extreme Repair as a secondary alternative
Answered by: LePage Products - Henkel Corp
Date published: 2020-07-09

Dear LePage, I really hope you see these questions as I am in desprite need of help. I my attempts at making a so called project with your product I have ran in to many problems. Number one how long should I let the glue sit before putting together.

Asked by: Jacob
The LePage Heavy Duty contact cement is not recommended for foam as it might cause cavitation in of the foam. In order to better assist with this application, please call our technical help line at 800-624-7767.
Answered by: LePage Products - Henkel Corp
Date published: 2020-10-03

Dear LePage, this is my last qustion for now. I have to phome pieces I want to put together but for some reason after I applie a liyer of the glue wait 15 mins then add a second liyer wait another 15 mins the to pieces wont stick what am I doing wrong.

Asked by: Jacob
The LePage Heavy Duty contact cement is not recommended for foam as it might cause cavitation in of the foam. In order to better assist with this application, please call our technical help line at 800-624-7767.
Answered by: LePage Products - Henkel Corp
Date published: 2020-11-12

Dear Lepage, this is my seond question. Is it prescribed to use two coats on one peace and is it more beneafitcal then only using one coat of your contact cement.

Asked by: Jacob
The LePage Heavy Duty contact cement is not recommended for foam as it might cause cavitation in of the foam. In order to better assist with this application, please call our technical help line at 800-624-7767.
Answered by: LePage Products - Henkel Corp
Date published: 2020-10-03

Does this product dry clear?

Asked by: Rioace
Thank you for the question. Depending on thickness of cement applied product should have a slight yellow-tan color when dry. If product is completely clear, then it may not have been mixed thoroughly before use.
Answered by: LePage Products - Henkel Corp
Date published: 2019-07-17

lepage contact cement , lifting

Placed a veneer onto a 1X4 table top,all went well, placed the table in my garage over night. The following morning there were multi strips that lifted 1/2' x 2 to 2'.Tried to roll them out .some did disapeared, placed the table into direct sun shine for 3 hrs. The veneer finally laid down ,rerolled it again, placed the table in my house over night ,the following moring the lifts were greatly reduced, but a few are still there. HELP
Asked by: Anonymous
how long did you wait after applying the cement to both surfaces to add the veneer? You should only wait until the glue is no longer wet to the touch. If you wait any longer it won't bond properly. Plus if you apply the veneer when it's wet, it won't bond properly. Did you use stickers (sticks) to keep the veneer off the cement and then roll out from the centre removing the sticks as you went? The only way to get bubbles or lifts to roll out is to make a tiny slit into the bubble, inject more adhesive, then clamp down with weights. What it sounds like is you have air trapped inside and it will never lay flat if you don't release the air.
Answered by: mcochrane2
Date published: 2021-08-20

Quelle superficie peut être encollé avec 946ml ?

Asked by: Manouch
Every 250 mL can will cover approximately 1.2 to 1.8 m2 - coverage is on packaging of product as well
Answered by: Henkel Canada
Date published: 2018-04-18
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