• Aquilim Glues

    Usage instructions: Aquilim 315, contact cement Directions: Make sure that both surfaces are clean and roughed-up so adhesive can penetrate. Apply adhesive to both surfaces by brushing or spraying and allow to dry completely. Adhesive will turn clear when it’s dry and ready for adhesion; this will take 20-30 minutes depending on humidity. Once adhesive is dry and clear, stick the items to be bonded together and hammer or press. Aquilim SG, temporary bond Directions: Apply to one surface, allow to dry. Material can be stuck together and pulled apart multiple times. Renia Aquilim SG forms a reusable, strong yet temporary bond, similar to sticky note paper. Material can be stuck down, pulled up, and repositioned multiple times. Sold by weight, not volume. Aquilim GL, rubber cement Directions: The Aquilim GL only needs to be applied to one of the surfaces that will be stuck together. Using a brush or a spray gun, apply adhesive to the back or the roughed-up surface of one piece of leather. While the adhesive is still wet, immediately bond the two surfaces; press or hammer together.    
  • Crosslinker for 315
  • Glue Brushes

    Brushes for use in water-based glues
  • Hirschkleber

    Hirschkleber, natural glue
  • Contact, permanent cement. Great for fabric, will not bleed through. Can be used for products made of leather, rubber, EVA,TR, felt, cork. 60 gram tube
  • Instand glue for sneaker midsoles, 3/4 ounce bottle
  • Sole Press

    Sole presses are sold as single units. Press the sole tightly to the shoe as the glue is drying or curing with this essential tool; designed to be used with the last still in the shoe Foam size: 16x7x1.5"
  • T-S Boy Glue Pot

      T-S Boy glue pots, for both water-based and solvent-based cements. Each glue pot comes complete with a brush, but the included brush is only suitable for solvent-based cements. The Aquilim brush is suggested for use with water-based cements.


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Lisa Sorrell, Boot Maker
217 E. Oklahoma
Guthrie, OK 73044

Phone (405) 282-5464
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