Fixing a shoe sole
When Gina’s favourite pair of shoes had a split in the sole, she knew there was only one glue she could rely on to fix it - Araldite Rapid!
The eco-friendly pack is designed so that the plastic 'blister' just slips easily away from the backing card to be used as the mixing tray.
Dispense equal amounts of the two parts.
Mix thoroughly with the enclosed spatula.
Carefully glue around the open sole, making sure not to overfill the spatula so that the glue doesn’t spread onto visible parts of the shoe.
To ensure the sole sticks while it dries, use washing pegs to clip around the edge of the shoe where it is glued. Allow the sole to dry overnight and then remove the pegs.
Please note that the information and suggested application uses on this website are published for general information purposes only. We do not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability or accuracy of this information. Any action that you take based on the information on this website is at your own risk. We will not be liable for any losses and/or damages in connection with the use of our products.
While ARALDITE RAPID does not contain any highly toxic components, it also does not meet the very strict standards required in order to be considered an acceptable food contact material in the EU. Thus we cannot support using a mug glued with ARALDITE RAPID.