Well, I tried it, but I don't prefer it for valves.
Works great on clothing, however.
Weldwood Contact Cement remains my favorite.
On Mon, Sep 10, 2018 at 6:29 AM Slim Heilpern <slimhe...@gmail.com
> Well folks, I think Greg may have discovered the ultimate valve glue. This
> stuff has the best properties of contact cement in that it doesn’t dry too
> fast so you have time to carefully position the valve yet it is thick
> enough so the valve stays where you put it. But unlike contact cement,
> there’s no stringy stuff (or spider webs as Gary calls them) to deal with.
> To top it off, it comes in a pen dispenser which adds to the convenience.
> Greg has told me offline that the same thing is marketed under a few brand
> names. The brand he sent me is called “Fabric Fusion” and it’s available
> from multiple sources for very little money, so you have a choice of
> ordering from Greg (I think he deserves a lot of credit for experimenting
> with many different types of glue before finding this) or ordering it from
> elsewhere, such as Amazon, for very cheap:
> Thanks Greg, well done!
> - Slim.
> On Aug 24, 2018, at 7:53 AM, Gary Lehmann <gnarl...@gmail.com
> Same here--those little "spider webs" can really be a hang!
> On Fri, Aug 24, 2018 at 7:44 AM Slim Heilpern <sl...@cruzio.com
>> Hi Greg -
>> I’m always up for trying new valve glue solutions. I got something from
>> you in the past that was a cool applicator with some kind of white glue in
>> it that, for me, didn’t work so well as the valve wouldn’t stay in one
>> place while drying (this is a bit hard for me to describe well). So I’ve
>> continued to use contact cement which can be a pain to work with due to the
>> stringiness, but does the trick for me.
>> I'm happy to try your latest solution, but I couldn’t find it on your
>> website. How can I order one?
>> - Slim.