CODE: FS-SR-1801, WEIGHT: 6 OZ
FLEX GLUE ™ is an easy-to-use, super strong, rubberized, waterproof glue that instantly bonds, seals and repairs virtually everything! This adhesive’s instant grab technology holds objects in place and, in most cases, eliminates the need for braces. It cures in 24-48 hours and reaches maximum strength in 7 days. No need for screws or nails, it’s perfect for all types of repairs!
FLEX GLUE ™ Pro Formula has even more instant grab! This tough, waterproof glue is formulated for heavier material. It is available in a 6-ounce cartridge with a dispensing method to make the big jobs easier. A standard caulking gun is required (not included).
- Can be used on dry or wet surfaces… and even underwater!
- Strong instant grab adhesive that works like a magnet, locks into place and holds on tight.
- Remains flexible
- No run or drip during application
- Can be applied to overhead surfaces
- VOC compliant
- Mold and mildew resistant
- UV and weathering resistant
- Low odor adhesive
FLEX GLUE™ can be used in a variety of adhesive and sealant applications. The most common uses for Flex Glue are listed below:
Common Flex Glue Applications:
- Household trim and molding
- Tile bonding and sealing
- Underwater repairs
- Bonding landscape blocks
- Paneling installation
- Sealing showers and baths
- Countertops & cabinets installation and repairs
- Bonding back splash to walls
- Window & door installation and sealing
- Masonry Sealant
- Installing wall stone
- Pool tile repairs
- Home exterior repairs
- Gutter sealant
- Adhere and repair house flashing and fascia
- Roofing applications and repairs
- HVAC sealing and repairs
- Marine & RV applications and repairs
- DIY projects
- Emergency adhesive and sealant repairs
- Industrial manufacturing applications
- General construction applications
- Some plastics & vinyl’s, composites, PVC, EPS, EPDM roofs and so much more!
*Additional applications and substrates exist beyond this list. We recommend testing prior to use.
- Surface must be free of grease, oil and dirt.
- Unscrew the nozzle and cut opening to desired length.
- Apply liberally to one side of the surface being bonded and apply firm pressure continuously for a minimum of 10-30 seconds for instant grab to take hold. In some applications, bracing may be required.
- If needed, you may reposition object within 10 minutes of application.
- Allow 24-48 hours for curing. Will reach maximum strength in 7 days.
- After use, squeeze a small bead from the opening to form a plug. Simply cut the plug when you want to reuse.
WARNING: May cause an allergic skin reaction. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. Wear gloves and safety glasses. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Q: Can I smooth or tool it once it has been applied?
A: Yes, Flex Glue can be tooled or re-positioned within 10 minutes of initial application.
Q: Can it be painted?
A: Yes, once dry, Flex Glue can be painted with a high-quality latex paint.
Q: What is the difference between FLEX GLUE in the squeeze tube vs. the Pro Formula?
A: Both sizes have amazing instant grab technology. Our Pro Formula has even more instant grab to tackle bigger jobs. Both options dry in approximately 24-48 hours and will reach maximum strength in 7 days.
Q: What temperatures will it withstand?
A: Flex Glue can withstand a wide range of temperatures, ranging from -40°F up to 200°F.
Q: What the temperatures can it be applied in?
A: For easy application, we recommend dispensing in temperatures between 0° – 150°F.
Q: How do I clean up after using it?
A: Clean with a dry cloth. Most residues can be removed with isopropyl alcohol.
Q: Can I use it on drinking water, rain barrels, fish tanks etc.?
A: Flex Glue has not been tested for use on potable water sources.
Q: How many linear feet can I get out of one 6oz squeeze tube or one 10oz pro cartridge of FLEX GLUE?
A: Depending on the thickness of the bead, one 6 oz. squeeze tube will provide up to 30 linear feet and one 10 oz. Pro Formula will provide up to 50 linear feet.
Q: Can I remove it once its dry?
A: Once dried, Flex Glue can be removed with sharp tools similar to a chisel. However, it may not be possible to separate bonded materials without damaging the surfaces.