PlastiDip VLP

For repair vinyl/leather

 
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PlastiDip VLP can
Art. 3080862
Excl VAT € 17,98
€ 50,63 / L
incl VAT € 21,75
€ 61,27 / L
Per 1 St.
PlastiDip VLP tube
Art. 3080861
Excl VAT € 6,57
€ 224,24 / L
incl VAT € 7,95
€ 271,33 / L
Per 1 St.
All prices excl. shipping

VLP - Vinyl And Leather Repair Kit

VLP is a clear, high strength, flexible adhesive, designed to mend rips, tears and small holes on most types of flexible vinyl and leather surfaces.

This air dry formula dries clear and blends with colored materials and is easy to use for vinyl and leather repair. VLP is supplied in an easy to use air dry formula that dries clear and blends with all coloured vinyl. VLP actually dissolves the surface of the vinyl and creates an excellent bond when completely dry. On porous fabrics, VLP creates an excellent mechanical bond, by penetrating the pores of the material. A repair made with VLP is stronger than the original vinyl and leather material.

Available in 1-oz Tube Carded and 12-oz Can.

VLP is typically used on:

• Vinyl furniture
• Awnings, tarpaulins
• Vinyl sheeting
• Luggage
• Rain wear
• Boots
• Air mattresses

How to use

Surface must be clean and dry. For best results avoid direct sunlight, high humidity or breezy conditions.

Small Holes/Tears
Apply small amount of VLP to damanged areas. Allow 2 hours minimum dry time.

Long Tears
• Pull repair together.
• Using masking tape, stitch together every 1-2”.
• Apply ½” bead of VLP to uncovered areas.
• Allow 30 minutes to dry.
• Carefully remove tape.
• Apply ½” bead of VLP along entire repair area.
• Allow 4 hours minimum, dry time before use.

Test product in inconspicuous area.

Tip: Do not smear VLP on dyed materials as it may cause discolor. Use rubbing alcohol to clean vinyl surfaces. Allow overnight drying whenever possible before use.

Suitability for application, and performances of finished goods coated with PlastiDip VLP, is the sole responsibility of the customer and end user. Product and item design, pre-treatment, coating conditions, quality assurance and conditions of product end use, are among the factors that affect performance of the coated products, and are outside the control of ClassicInternational. Classic International expressly denies specific or implied warrantees, including warrantees for fitness for a particular use or purpose.