Glue 502 is a very popular item used to glue shoes that people often use, to increase the adhesion, I would like to share how to use 502 glue in combination with sawworms.
Shoes and sandals after a period of use or a lot of rain will easily open the glue, there are many ways to re-glue different shoes. The most common way is to use 502 glue, but just stick it with 502 glue, it is not 100% sure that it can be peeled back, As long as you add a little sawdust and paste it with 502, it will stick very tightly and it will be difficult to release the glue.
I also don’t know why when I put the saw beetle in, it helps to stick better, because this is a common and effective folk way, so I share it again. I think when Adding a saw beetle helps to increase the friction between the two open layers on the shoe, thereby helping to stick better.
How to glue shoes with 502 glue and sawworms
– Prepare: 1 bottle of 502 glue and a little saw beetle.
– Put a little saw beetle on the opening of shoes and slippers. Note that if you give it a little, give it too much and it won’t stick.
– Spray 502 glue evenly onto the soles of shoes and sandals and then press them tightly with your hands. Wait about 5 minutes for the glue to dry before you can use the shoes. Be careful that the 502 glue doesn’t stick to your hands.
If unfortunately 502 glue sticks to your hand, refer to the article: How to remove 502 glue from your hands.
Note: Gluing shoes with 502 glue only applies to ordinary shoes and sandals. Should not be applied to shoes, leather sandals will damage that leather.
Just need to spend about 10k to buy 502 glue and add a little saw beetle to help shoes and sandals stick better. This is a common folk method and very effective.
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