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Old 01-05-2011, 10:56
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Default Beacon Flip Flop Glue

Hi, I was wondering if anyone has used this for their flip flops I want to make some for my princess and niece (3yrs) and will wrap the straps, and add maybe a korker or button. will this glue hold or I should use another thing? TIA
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Old 01-07-2011, 04:03
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Default Re: Beacon Flip Flop Glue

I have used, I am pretty sure its the same thing, It says Flip Flop Glue on the front.

My honest opinion, it does not work well. I had better luck with E-6000. I only use Old Navy Flip Flops and the glue held ok, but nothing special.

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Old 01-08-2011, 10:00
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Default Re: Beacon Flip Flop Glue

even e6000 didnt work for me. i used shoe goo. i bought it at a hardware store right by the e6000
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Old 01-08-2011, 09:13
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Default Re: Beacon Flip Flop Glue

Thank you.. I guess I will try something else.... another question.. if you use shoe goo or e6000... can you get them wet?
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Old 01-09-2011, 09:47
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Default Re: Beacon Flip Flop Glue

yes, you can get them wet. the key is to let them dry as long as possible. i put a glob of shoe goo on then whatever i am attaching and then put a hair clippie -the big kind sold at sallys - on it to hold it tight. i leave it at least 24 hours and longer if possible. i still get a few back because they fell off but not nearly the number i did with e6000. i also live in a place with very high humidity in the summer - this doesnt help at all. if you live in a dry area, you should be fine.
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Old 01-09-2011, 10:23
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Default Re: Beacon Flip Flop Glue

off to buy shoe goo then.. thanks a lot!
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