Originally Posted by dr.E
This comes from the FoamTac Site (I don't see any difference in what the reps said vs the instructions that are on the web)
Helpful Hints / Directions
• Less is more! Apply a thin line of Foam-Tac to surfaces; add more only if needed.
• Foam-Tac's bond "welds" foam together for making invisible butt-joints & seams. Once cured, bond is stronger than the foam itself.
• Great for reattaching broken ailerons.
• Won't glue fingers together - not a cyanoacrylate.
• Never leaves any residue on surfaces.
• All surfaces must be clean, dry, and free of dust and grease.
• Remove white cap & save for storage. Screw on applicator tip & snip.
• Apply a thin layer of glue to each side of materials to be joined.
• Wait a few seconds and then firmly press parts together and immediately separate for 4-5 seconds more. Rejoin parts, firmly pressing surfaces together for a permanent bond.
• Allow to dry for 20-30 minutes for a strong bond with a full cure within 24 hours or less.
• ALWAYS REPLACE THE FLAT WHITE CAP AFTER EACH USE TO KEEP GLUE FROM THICKENING
'Taint what is on the card
of the Foam-Tac I bought. Looking at it right here in my hot little hand.
I am not saying it is not the best thing since sliced bread. I do;t know that, as I have yet to use it. Just no need to be obnoxious toward those who are using it off-card...since folks who claim to be from the manuf are also suggesting it be used in a means outside that which is prescribed on the material that comes with the product.