Arione 00 - which glue to hold covering down?

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ParisCarbon
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by ParisCarbon

Wondering what the recommended glue would be to hold covering down on the underside of the saddle.. I have a stretch about an inch long where it tucks underneath where the adhesive has let go and its starting to curl.. Just wanna save it before it gets worse since the saddle is in mint condition..
Thanks!

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antonioiglesius
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by antonioiglesius

Use some sort of contact cement, i.e. apply on both surfaces, let dry, then stick together. Should be readily available in local hardware store.

PinaF8
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by PinaF8

I would try to get a hold of this cement called "Barge Cement".
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hlvd
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by hlvd

I'm sure Fizik saddles have a two year warranty, is it older than that?

ParisCarbon
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by ParisCarbon

hlvd wrote:I'm sure Fizik saddles have a two year warranty, is it older than that?


Yes it is... its very minor, just dont want it to get worse...

ParisCarbon
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by ParisCarbon

antonioiglesius wrote:Use some sort of contact cement, i.e. apply on both surfaces, let dry, then stick together. Should be readily available in local hardware store.


I was thinking the same.... luckily there is some in the basement!


Thanks for the replys guys

billspreston
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by billspreston

+1 for Barge cement. Used this to cover an MCFK saddle with kangaroo leather and it's held up great.

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