[TheThinkTank] glueing inner tubes together?
edfrance at bicicentro.org
Fri Feb 6 14:49:23 PST 2009
List- Based on my limited patch experimental experience, I don't think
you should used adhesive but instead, as with James' example of the dress,
I tried to use old tubes as patches themselves, but it wouldn't work. so I
imagine that a softer material (i.e. the patch) is needed. I would also look
to all the other bike products out in the market to see if indeed I am wrong
and some manufacturers have bonded tubes to make larger sheets of tubes.
I reccomend sewing and using some glue/chemical to make the seams
On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 10:53 PM, james blesdoe <jamesbleds0e at yahoo.com>wrote:
> So what is wrong with patching glue?
> you can buy it in haft pint and pint jars
> or even larger amounts if you (forgive me) go to an auto tire repair supply
> at the kitchen we have a quart can of Camel brand tube patch cleaner stuff
> that is used in place of sanding This stuff is nasty chemical terror but
> would be most effective for the sort of thing your talking about .
> On another note (it wont be water proof) but I once saw a dress made of
> inertubes, it was sewn with the tubes running parallel this might work
> for the rugged part with fat tubes splaied and glued on for the water
> --- On *Thu, 2/5/09, veganboyjosh at gmail.com <veganboyjosh at gmail.com>*wrote:
> From: veganboyjosh at gmail.com <veganboyjosh at gmail.com>
> Subject: [TheThinkTank] glueing inner tubes together?
> To: "The Think Tank" <thethinktank at bikecollectives.org>
> Date: Thursday, February 5, 2009, 9:44 PM
> does anyone know what a good glue or cement would be for gluing inner tubes
> together? i'm working on a diy design for waterproof shoe covers, but can't
> find any glue that will bond the rubber like a patch kit seems to...i'd like
> them to be as bomber as possible, as i'm pretty sure they'll get used and
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