This is my favorite, permanent glue. When a mineral specimen is to be repaired or mounted permanently, this is the perfect adhesive. It can be diluted/thinned, it is colorless, it does not decompose or turn color with age, the smallest amount will hold a great deal of weight, it is "slightly flexible" when dry, it is reversible in most cases, withstands occasional heat of up to 150Â° F., is waterproof, resistant to dilute acids and it can be rejuvenated when it thickens in its container. The only negative is its Set Up Time: 30-60 minutes. Its Complete Cure Time: 24-72 hours, dependent upon humidity and temperature. It far out-shadows epoxy and Super-Glue adhesives.
yesANS 2 - Plumbers Goop, by 'Gloozit' works better on leather.
Many glues are waterproof, for example, Aqua Seal, Seal All, Shoe Goop, Plumbers Goop, Le Page Extreme, PL9000, E6000, to name just a few.
Gorilla GlueANS 2 - 'Gloozit' Plumbers Goop is better for that purpose.
Most silicone based glues will work. Plumbers Goop is a good one.
I would use one of the silicone glues like Plumbers Goop or 100% Silicone for this.
goop comes out in 2009.
Goop is Amazing.
Crazy glue has always worked for me, I figured if it glues your fingers together it should glue leather.ANS 2 - 'Gloozit' Plumbers Goop works very well on leather.
U cant get goop
you have to buy goop from al's toy barn and go to the goop and press A.
You make it with pva, water, soap powder and you mix it all together and you get goop you can also add colour to make coloured goop!!