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June 18, 2009


Lucy Chaplin Trumbull

By packing the Goober Glue in like that, with no "exit" (i.e. holes drilled in the bottom of the boot), do you worry that it could create too much pressure on the sole of the foot?


The MSDS sheet that comes with the adhesive should list what's in it and from that ,anyone could see if there's anything in it that would have long term effects . I know from using adhesives in the autobody Industry that they do heat up during curing , I would think that as long as they don't "burn in' too much there should be no problems long term .


Garrett, do you think it would work well to use pre-cured GG on both surfaces? That is, put GG on the vertical walls of the boot, let it sit for 15-30 minutes, and apply the 30-minute pre-cured GG to the sole the way you describe above?

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