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McNett Freesole Urethane FormShoe Repair

Weighs 48g
Code: 1098
  • £8.99
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UOG TOP PICK - McNett's Freesole shoe repair compund - We've singled out McNett's Freesole Urethane FormShoe Repair kit because it really works, we've tried lots of products to repair shoes and boots but they always seem disappointing - Freesole does not disappoint!.

McNett's Freesole Urethane FormShoe Repair re-bonds loose soles and tears in boots and shoes. Use Freesole to permanently re-bond a peeling boot sole. It also rebuilds heels and can re-bond boot rands along with repairing torn leather and fabric panels.

McNett says:

Cures to a flexible thermoset rubber product providing superior adhesion, wear resistance, flexibility and waterproofing. Thick repairs on worn heels, toes and soles can be made with only one permanent application. Lengthens footwear life, dries to solid rubber.

Use to repair sole separations and for waterproofing seams, stitching and welts.

This McNett stuff really works - we've had feedback from customers who were delighted with it.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

|McNett's Freesole shoe repair compund - We've singled out McNett's Freesole Urethane FormShoe Repair kit because it really works, we've tried lots of products to repair shoes and boots but they always seem disappointing - Freesole does not disappoint!.
  • Lengthens footwear life, dries to solid rubber
  • Re-bonds loose soles and tears - high flexibility
  • Rebuilds worn toes, soles and heels - creates strong toe caps
  • Warning - Freesole has poor traction on slippery surfaces
  • Weighs 48g (net weight of contents, 28g)
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Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
April 21, 2015 |
Brilliant

I have used this to re-glue and build up walking boot soles, it works. In the UK you will have a problem buying the US rubbing alcohol, Isopropyl alcohol to clean the surfaces. I purchased some through a chemist but a friend used meths and the bond on his boots was as good as mine. There is nothing else like this. It is viscous when extruded from the tube, but slowly flows to fill gaps and make a level surface. You must contain it if repairing soles, also you must add sand/grit to enhance grip

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