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PVC/Urethane adhesive with accelerator.

Can be used to bond PVC to rubber (Hypalon®, neoprene, Pennel Orca®etc). When bonding rubber to rubber, Clifton Hypalon Adhesive, #1904, is your best choice.

Coverage Guidelines:
4 ounces should cover 1 - 1.5 sq. ft. of patch (both surfaces), with 2 thin coats

Shelf-Life is 1 year

Mix glue with accelerator at 10 parts glue to 1 part accelerator.

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Features:
  • PVC and Urethane adhesive
  • Comes with accelerator
  • 1 year shelf-life

video: How To: PVC and Urethane Boat Repair

How To: PVC and Urethane Boat Repair (3:11)

It's important to master the skills and techniques of patching your urethane or PVC fabric inflatable boat. In this video the NRS Repairs Department goes over the step-by-step process for finding the leak, preparing the surface of the patch and boat, applying the glue and rolling on the patch. The use of Clifton Urethane Adhesive is demonstrated, but the same techniques work with Stabond Adhesive, Vynabond and other PVC/urethane-type adhesives. Using these methods you can also add D-rings, foot cups and wear strips to your boat.

video: How To: Inflatable Repair Adhesives Guide

How To: Inflatable Repair Adhesives Guide (4:16)

When repairing your Hypalon, PVC or urethane inflatable, or your plastic or composite kayak, it's vital that you choose the right adhesive and solvent for the job. Using the wrong materials will result in a poor repair and wasted effort. In this video, Josh from NRS Repairs shares an inflatable repair adhesives guide to help you understand when to use such glues as Clifton Hypalon, Shore, Stabond, Clifton Urethane, Vynabond and G/flex Epoxy. Solvents for repair prep are important too; you'll also learn when you can use toluene, MEK, acetone and alcohol.

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Pros

  • Easy to use (8)
  • Weather proof (5)
  • Very strong (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Outdoors (8)
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    • Advanced (5), Casual/ recreational (4), Professional (3)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

great pvc glue

A great pvc glue. My 94 zodiac yachtline needed a complete reglue. Stabond was the best choice. Follow the directions strictly and it'll create a permanent bond between the pvc. I also used...Read complete review

A great pvc glue. My 94 zodiac yachtline needed a complete reglue. Stabond was the best choice. Follow the directions strictly and it'll create a permanent bond between the pvc. I also used it to glue the tubes onto the fiberglass hull and its working fine. I used it hard for 6 months this summer and its all holding strong

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Powerful stuff when used properly

once the glue was dry on both surfaces I needed to heat it up with a heat gun in order to get my patch to stick... once it sticks, it's quite strong. ...Read complete review

once the glue was dry on both surfaces I needed to heat it up with a heat gun in order to get my patch to stick... once it sticks, it's quite strong. Still wound up needing a bead of West System G-flex around edge of patch to keep the edge of the rubber/fabric from catching on rocks. Many hands make the job much easier.

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5.0

Buy it from NRS every season

By Greybeard Loon

from Silver City, NM

About Me Advanced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Essential for raft repair.
  • Visually Pleasing
  • Weather Proof

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Outdoor

    Comments about Stabond Adhesive:

    I pack a raft repair kit with Stabond and fabric for every float. My kit kept a companion in the water last summer on the Missouri. I consider it an essential.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great glue

    By Senorgdog

    from RGV

    About Me Professional

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Strong

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Outdoor

    Comments about Stabond Adhesive:

    Great product and as always NRS is one of the greatest companies both product wise and customer service.

    Service and delivery comments:

    Prompt delivery

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    • No
     
    5.0

    good adhesive for coated and uncoated fabric

    By Rob

    from Felton, Delaware, USA

    About Me Advanced

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Stabond Adhesive:

    I was an airship rigger and urethane adhesive is used extensively in that trade. Now I sail a Hobie Cat and there are many coated and uncoated fabrics associated with sailing gear and equipment. In my opinion Stabond UN1133 Urethane Adhesive is an excellent product, comparable to the adhesive used on commercial and military lighter than air vehicles.

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    5.0

    Exceptional strength.

    By Scott

    from Fernie

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Very strong

    Cons

    • Fumes

    Best Uses

    • Boat Repairs
    • D-ring Attachment

    Comments about Stabond Adhesive:

    Excellent product. Just follow the instructions (outlined in one of the NRS videos) and achieving a super strong bond is easy. While more involved than preparing and using a simple vinyl glue, the bit of extra prep, mixing and time is worth the final result. Having a eye dropper type syringe will help in measuring the accelerator, as only a small amount is needed per batch. I've used Stabond to repair an inflatable SUP, as well as attach d-rings to the deck and mount extra fin attachments.

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    • No

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    5.0

    Stabond

    By none

    from fairmont, wv

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Ease of Use

    Cons

    • Smell Maybe Wear Mask

    Best Uses

    • Used On Bottom Of Inflata

    Comments about Stabond Adhesive:

    Used on tear of bottom of inflatable kayak
    Worked instantly
    Nothing negative to say about it

    Service and delivery comments:

    earlier than expected
    arrived in great condition
    did not need customer service

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    • Stabond Adhesive

      Q:

      Does this product come with the accelerator? If not, what do you recommend and sell for the accelerator? Also, what type of applicator is best for pvc to pvc? Thanks.
      Asked on 9/5/2016 by Rob from United States

      3 answers

      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Hello fellow shopper, This adhesive comes with a jar of catalyst to increase the bond strength.I use a brush or for large applications a roller.

        Answered on 9/6/2016 by Steve from Seattle
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Yes. You can apply with a foam brush or a paint brush. Works well on pvc and hypalon. Slainte
        Sent from my iPhone

        Answered on 9/6/2016 by Anonymous
      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Bob, Stabond comes with the accelerator; it's the smaller container pictured. A stiff paint brush works well to spread the adhesive. Check out the instruction video there on the product page.

        Answered on 9/5/2016 by Clyde from NRS
    • Stabond Adhesive

      Q:

      i have a mercury PVC inflatable with a seam leak at the corner of the transom. I also have a leak at the stern end of the inflatable keel. The seam leak is in the corner where the floor, pontoon and transom meet.The keel leak is due to separation of 2 glued sections right at the end of the keel. Would stabond work for both or can you recommend a better product? thanks
      Asked on 8/20/2016 by jaycee from Chesapeake Bay, Md

      3 answers

      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Stabond will work, you will need to stabilize with clamps or heavy weight for 24 hours.
        Sent from my iPhone

        Answered on 8/21/2016 by Anonymous
      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Stabond is a good adhesive for gluing PVC-to-PVC, or PVC-to-Hypalon. If you're having to glue to the transom, which is a different material, I can't speak to whether it will work. G/flex Epoxy Adhesive - http://www.nrs.com/product/50215.01/gflex-655-8-epoxy-adhesive - will bond to PVC and many other surfaces. Check out the links there on the product page. It would help to get more information from you, and some photos, email to service@nrs.com.

        Answered on 8/20/2016 by Clyde from NRS
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Hello fellow shopper, Stabond is what you want it will work on the pvc and whatever your transom is made of

        Answered on 8/20/2016 by Steve from Seattle
    • Stabond Adhesive

      Q:

      Hi, I have a 10' C310S Zodiac that I need to reattach the complete floor back on, How much Stabond Adhesive do I need to complete that repair?
      Thanks.
      Asked on 7/27/2016 by Noe from Midlothian, Tx

      6 answers

      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Coverage Guidelines:
        4 ounces should cover 1 - 1.5 sq. ft. of patch (both surfaces), with 2 thin coats
        Measure your area and use this formula.
        See http://www.nrs.com/product/1903/stabond-adhesive
        http://www.nrs.com/product/1903/stabond-adhesive
        http://www.nrs.com/repair/stabond.asp
        Instructions: Stabond Adhesive at NRS.com<http://www.nrs.com/repair/stabond.asp>
        www.nrs.com
        Instructions: Stabond Adhesive. Repairs. PVC (vinyl) Urethane; Hypalon® and other rubber compounds; Can be used to bond PVC to Hypalon and other rubber products.

        Answered on 7/29/2016 by Big Blue from Northwest
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Hello fellow shopper, Based on my experience I would think a quart would be enough.

        Answered on 7/28/2016 by Steve from Seattle
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Less than a quart. I would go for the quart to be sure
        Sent from my iPhone

        Answered on 7/27/2016 by Anonymous
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        If the two materials are pvc, use Clifton urethane adhesive. You can use stabond but it is more designed for rubber to pvc and isn't as strong. Either way get a quart that's a big job
        Sent from my iPhone

        Answered on 7/27/2016 by Anonymous
      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Four ounces (half of the 8 oz. size) should cover 1 - 1.5 sq. ft. of patch (both surfaces), with 2 thin coats. Hopefully you can calculate the amount needed from that measurement.

        Answered on 7/27/2016 by Clyde from NRS
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        If you mean to reglue the bottom fabric peripheral ,the transom stripe from bottom to wooden part and the bottom stripes.,
        you 'll need aprox. 3 x 175 grams at least.
        You should clean the old glue very well with acetone or MEK in order to be completely free of it.
        You should apply 2 layers of glue in each part with minimum 15 min delay.
        A hair dryer pass over the glue before bonding will help to bond better.
        Press the bonded parts with the opposite of a spoon or a non sharp spatula.
        Let it dry at least for 24 h before use;
        Very important : Good ventilation in the area, away from direct sun , no humidity and remind that your boat fabric is PVC dont use Hypalon glue .
        For any additional information on your disposal
        Stratos Kyriakis
        Zodiac service Greece

        Answered on 7/27/2016 by Zodiac Hellas from Greece
    • Stabond Adhesive

      Q:

      how can we purchase?
      Asked on 5/24/2016 by rushan from Sri lanka

      1 answer

    • Stabond Adhesive

      Q:

      Can you livere in the Philippinen ?

      Thanks
      Asked on 5/10/2016 by No nick Rene Frei from Davao, Philippins

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        I'm sorry, we cannot ship flammable adhesives overseas. Please contact the manufacturer to see if they have a supplier there - http://stabondco.com/

        Answered on 5/10/2016 by Clyde from NRS
    • Stabond Adhesive

      Q:

      Is Stabond a better choice vs Clifton's for bonding PVC to PVC in a high humidity area like Florida? I read that Clifton's cannot be mixed and applied in humidity over 70%.
      Asked on 4/7/2016 by spiffy from Tampa, FL

      7 answers

      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Hello fellow shopper, Stabond is always the best adhesive. it's all we use in our shop for all inflatable materials. if using all the adhesive in the can use all the catalyst.half use half for pvc wipe surfaces with MEK apply 2 coats of glue allow it to dry between coats about 15 minutes, then on second coat apply patch when adhesive is tacky or let dry and reheat with a heat gun to activate adhesive ,happy boating

        Answered on 4/9/2016 by Steve from Seattle
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Sta bond is perfect for your app, used in south Texas Padre Island on PVC and hypalon, Slainte
        Sent from my iPhone

        Answered on 4/8/2016 by Anonymous
      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        The bonding of either of these adhesives will be adversely affected by high humidity. Do your best to pick a lower humidity day, or try to work in a space where the humidity can be controlled.

        Answered on 4/8/2016 by Clyde from NRS
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        I don't think either one will bond well in high humidity. The Clifton is easier to use because it doesn't have a catalyst but has a weaker bond. I have had good luck with both but used the staving for the structural repairs. Both stink to high heaven and can't be done in the house. MEK based.
        Andrew

        Answered on 4/8/2016 by Anonymous
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        I've never used Clifton's. Sta-bond is very effective
        Sent from my iPhone

        Answered on 4/7/2016 by Anonymous
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        If you can get the environmental conditions the pvc glue is better, however stabond will work. Stabond is used to glue dissimilar materials like pvc to rubber.
        Sent from my iPhone

        Answered on 4/7/2016 by Anonymous
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        I cannot answer your question about which is better, but I will say that we
        use Stabond on our swiftwater rescue inflatables. So far we have patched 14
        holes over the years and have not had a leaky patch. I wouldn't think that
        humidity would have much of an effect.

        Answered on 4/7/2016 by Anonymous
    • Stabond Adhesive

      Q:

      Can stabond be used to glue PVC to wood transom?
      Asked on 9/11/2015 by Robert from United States

      2 answers

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Robert, Stabond will definitely bond to PVC. We've not tried gluing PVC to wood with it. We've asked Stabond about gluing to wood and they say they haven't tested that. I suggest a test where you glue the material to a scrap of wood to test the bond strength. One adhesive that I know bonds those surfaces is G/flex Epoxy, Item # 50215.01. The only issue with it is it's not a contact adhesive; the repair has to be clamped or weighted until it cures. One ingenious solution I saw for this was in a video where they screwed fender washers over the repair to clamp it. After it cured they went back and filled the screw holes with epoxy. Either way, be sure to take the wood down to fresh wood and really roughen it to give the glue good purchase. I wish I could be of more help.

        Answered on 9/11/2015 by Clyde from NRS
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Yes. Coat the wood transom with the urethane spar varnish. make sure the spar varnish is been out when applying it to the wood so that it penetrates is deeply as possible. Use multiple coats of spar varnish. Then follow the instructions on The stay bond to glue the PVC to the spar varnish coated wood. Another method would be to put layers of stay bond adhesive directly to the wood and test it. Either way this is the product you want to use.
        Sent from my iPhone

        Answered on 9/11/2015 by Anonymous
    • Stabond Adhesive

      Q:

      I have a mercury quicksilver 380 I looking to glue the transom. Will this product work on wood to rubber and rubber to pvc?
      Asked on 8/8/2015 by bkn4x4 from fairfield ca.

      5 answers

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Stabond will definitely bond rubber to PVC. We've not tried gluing rubber to wood with it. We've asked Stabond about gluing to wood and they say they haven't tested that. I suggest a test where you glue the material to a scrap of wood to test the bond strength. One adhesive that I know bonds all three of those surfaces is G/flex Epoxy, Item # 50215.01. The only issue with it is it's not a contact adhesive; the repair has to be clamped or weighted until it cures. One ingenious solution I saw for this was in a video where they screwed fender washers over the repair to clamp it. Then went back and filled the screw holes with epoxy. Either way, be sure to take the wood down to fresh wood and really roughen it to give the glue good purchase. I wish I could be of more help.

        Answered on 8/8/2015 by Clyde from NRS
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        I believe it will, although I say that safely hidden by the anonymity of the internet, from which I also write political rants and tell women that I'm 6' tall and rich. I used Stabond to attach PVC to Hypalon and it worked. I would expect it to work on the porous wood just as well.
        Sent from my iPod so message may be short and misspelld. - DRG

        Answered on 8/8/2015 by Anonymous
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Rubber to PVC, yes. Rubber to wood. Not sure. If I were you, I would put a polyurethane spar varnish on the wood first then try the rubber to wood. It should work. Make sure you put two or three coats of spar varnish on and follow the manufacturer instructions on all products. This is a very timely process. Good luck!
        Sent from my iPhone

        Answered on 8/8/2015 by Anonymous
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        yes but be sure you rough up the rubber with about a 150 grit sandpaper, likewise for the wood, it worked for me when fixing my transom
        With Thanks, Ritchie***.****

        Answered on 8/8/2015 by Anonymous
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Don't konw if it works on wood
        Happy Connecting. Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy S® 5 Sport

        Answered on 8/8/2015 by Anonymous
    • Stabond Adhesive

      Q:

      I'm buying a Hyside raft whose thwarts are peeling away from the knuckle attachment. Is this the adhesive I need to make this repair? How long will shipping to Fort Collins, Colorado take? Thanks!
      Asked on 6/22/2015 by Krusty from Fort Collins, CO

      2 answers

      • CUSTOMER CARE

        A:

        Stabond or Clifton Hypalon Adhesive will work well to glue that knuckle patch

        Answered on 6/23/2015 by Kyle from NRS
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        I used it and it worked very well
        With Thanks, Ritchie***.****

        Answered on 6/22/2015 by Anonymous
    • Stabond Adhesive

      Q:

      I need to re-glue the floor of my Zodiac PVC inflatable. The previous owner attempted the repair with GFlex with poor results. Which adhesive do you recommend for the new attempt and how best to remove old GFlex from materials to get clean surface for repair?
      Asked on 3/24/2015 by Lester from United States

      3 answers

      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Not familiar with Gflex. Stabond or Clifton wil reglue the pvc floor. my
        zodiac floor unzipped too. I reglued the original joint and then glued a
        double strip to the bottom boat seam. used the heavy pvc material from nrs
        cut into strips. these adhesives actually melt the pvc and weld them
        together. follow the directions exactly and it will never fail again. the
        glue is like contact cement. once you touch the two surfaces together they
        will never pull apart again so make sure they are positioned correctly.
        probably essential to get the old glue off completely. the pvc needs to be
        prepped with MEK which may get the old glue off. nasty stuff that is best
        used outdoors. good luck. this held for 8 years until the rigid
        inflatable floor debonded internally. I hate zodiac.

        Answered on 3/24/2015 by Anonymous
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        I used about a gallon of this on a Hypalon inflatable. It says it's good
        for PVC but I can't speak to that.
        I found the 2" surface prep disks worked very well on a small air die
        grinder. The surface prep disks are like scotchbrite pads. very
        controllable (with some practice) to lightly scuff or heavy removal. Check
        your auto paint supply store. I used 2" twist lock style.

        Answered on 3/24/2015 by Big Tall Jason from California
      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Lester, either Stabond or Clifton Urethane Adhesive, Item # 38700.01, will work well to bond PVC to PVC. I don't know if any solvent will loosen the G/flex. You can try using a heat gun to soften it. I suspect you'll have to remove it mechanically, by sanding and/or scraping.

        Answered on 3/24/2015 by Clyde from NRS
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