FAQS How long does SHOE GOO ll take to cure? Allow 24-48 hours for full cure.
Depending on substrates and temperature, maximum bond strength may not be reached for up to 3 days.
How can SHOE GOO ll be cleaned up? Clean uncured adhesive with rubbing alcohol, mineral spirits, acetone or a dry cloth.
Cured material may be removed with mineral spirits or by cutting or scraping.
Is SHOE GOO ll waterproof? Yes.
What temperature range does SHOE GOO withstand? Once fully cured, the adhesive can withstand temperatures from -40 to 200 ºF (-40 to 93 ºC) intermittently Where should I store my Shoe GOO II? In a cool, dry area.
Is Shoe GOO II UV-resistant? Yes.
What shoe materials will Shoe GOO II work well on? Shoe GOO II has excellent adhesion to: leather, canvas, suede, rubber, fabric & much more! Can the cure time be sped up? Yes.
For quick emergency repairs, lightly mist the substrate with moisture prior to applying adhesive.
Application on damp and wet surfaces may slightly affect adhesion.
Will Shoe GOO II protect and repair my skate shoes? Yes, Shoe GOO II will provide a barrier to those extreme-wear areas that need extra protection.
It will also readily perform any needed repairs.
See “Instructions for Safe Use” tab for step-by-step instructions.
Is the viscosity (thickness) the same as Original Shoe GOO? The viscosity of Shoe Goo II is a bit thinner than the original formula, and it does not skin over as quickly.
This allows a longer working time to spread the product into all the locations needed.
What are the materials that Shoe GOO II is not recommended for use with? Acrylic, vinyl, foam, polyethylene and polypropylene.
For applications on vinyl materials, use Original Shoe GOO.
- Repair and protect all types of footwear!
- New advanced solvent-free and low-odor formula.
- Excellent UV and water resistance with excellent adhesion to leather, canvas, suede, rubber, fabric and more.
- Dries crystal clear, with extreme flexibility.
- 100% in accordance with all UK regulations.