V-Tie sticks permanently to lots of stuff like ceramics, glass, metal, wood, and most plastics and fabrics. That’s exciting because it makes it very versatile, but also you can also use V-Tie to bond unusual combinations of materials together.
It’s time to build, seal, fix, create, and stick things together. You have 30 minutes to get the job done.
Give it 24 hours. V-Tie turns into a durable, flexible silicone rubber that stays stuck (unless you remove it). Allow longer for pieces that are more than 3-5mm thick. Top tip: to speed up cure time place your project somewhere warm to cure.
Strong + durable = great outdoors . V-Tie is strong and durable. Once cured, it will also stand up to anything the weather throws at it, wet or dry, hot or cold – it will be great. It also won’t fade in the sun and it’s fine with sea water too!
V-Tie is resistant from -50В°C to +180В°C. It gets hot and cold but it won’t get softer or harder or melt.
When V-Tie cures, it’s flexible rather than rigid. Which means that you can use it on things that need to be able to move like textiles, cables, or shoes. It’s also electrically insulating * – how awesome is that? *Be careful with electricity stick to small consumer below 24 volts
Once it’s cured, V-Tie is pretty much like other silicones – so it’s completely waterproof. It’s easy to clean with soap and water, and it’s durable in the harsh conditions of your washing machine and dishwasher, and even in the sea.
As V-Tie is a silicone rubber, it feels soft to touch when it has cured, but is also grippy. This makes it perfect for handles and grips as it is comfortable but non-slip.
Once cured, V-Tie can be removed* by cutting it off with a sharp knife. Remove any residue with fingernails and tissue paper.
* from non-porous materials
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