Duall 88 All-Purpose Neoprene Cement
June 7, 2023
Duall 88 All-Purpose Neoprene Cement. THIS LISTING IS FOR 1 UNIT ONLY. Duall-88 is an all-purpose adhesive, which develops fine cohesive strength quickly to give permanently strong, flexible and waterproof bonds. Duall-88 is considered a breakthrough in the manufacture of neoprene, solvent-type cements. It is amber clear, and leaves no unsightly discolorations or glue lines. Blended by a unique method which preserves its ingredients in a homogeneous solution, Duall-88 never requires stirring or other agitation. It is guaranteed “non-settling” with no waste. Duall-88 has a versatile tack life, as parts may be joined 5-10 minutes after cementing or up to 30 minutes, without affecting the ultimate adhesion. Parts also may be cemented and then stored for long periods of time, to be later joined by heat or solvent activation. Present usages are largely with leather, fabrics, foam, cork, composition rubber, and crepe rubber in the footwear and other related industries. General — What you see. We stand 100% behind what is written in our listings, and we guarantee all of our items. PLEASE NOTE: If you think an accessory should be with this item, and it is not pictured or not mentioned, it is not included. We do not intentionally “hide” information about what we sell! We list a very large variety of items, and we do our best to describe our items as accurately as we can with the experience that we have. If we make a mistake, we will make it right. Our prices are not necessarily an indication of value. If they sell low, then you just got a great CIE deal! We want you to be able to trust that what you see is what you get, and we want you to feel confident enough to come back to us when you can’t find what you need anywhere else. We photograph all of our items individually except when we occasionally list in quantity or sell new items. If the description does not say otherwise, the images displayed are of the actual item for sale. If this is not possible, the item should be packed to meet the carrier’s insurable packaging specifications. Typically this requires a sturdy cardboard box with at least 2 of padding on all 6 sides.