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Coverage: A 32" x 48" piece of cloth will require approximately 3/4 to 1 pint.
4 Stars Tambour glue
JEC239 from TX wrote (November 18, 2014):
It's a little early to be reviewing it as the website requested because I'd like to see how it does with use and as it ages. It did settle a problem I had been researching about what type of glue to use to rebuild a 120 year old roll top desk tambour door. I've always got good products from Van Dykes so figured I couldn't go wrong. Along with their tambour cloth I restored the roll top. It did take me 1 & 1/2 bottles for complete coverage of the cloth and the door itself as I spread them on both. After 24 hours, I installed and used the door and it appears to function perfectly. I don't suspect there will be any problems with it as it will be in a climate controlled house and not open or closed many times a day. The glue was easy to work with and I'm satisfied with it so far. Had it been a longer period of time to judge how well it will hold up over time, I probably would have fiven it 5 stars.
5 Stars Tambour glue
Bill D. from IL wrote (December 01, 2013):
The glue worked great. My only comment is that I wish the on line description would have specified the coverage. On the bottle it does. As a result I purchased way too much.
5 Stars tambour glue
Carroll Courtney from LA wrote (December 30, 2012):
This is the best glue for old or new tambour it is easy to use and very strong.If you use anything else you are not getting the best product out there for your tambour door old or new