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HH-66 PVC Vinyl Cement with Brush (8 oz): Robust Waterproof Adhesive for Vinyl Coatings and Laminated Fabrics

Explore the strength of HH-66 PVC Vinyl Cement with Brush (8 oz) – a potent adhesive in a convenient can. This waterproof and flexible solution is perfect for bonding vinyl coatings and laminated fabrics, ensuring durability and resilience.


Ideal for various applications, including repairs, patches, and sealing, this cement is tailored for vinyl coatings and laminated vinyl fabrics. Versatile and powerful, it offers a reliable solution for a range of projects.


  • Size: 8 oz
  • Strong Bond: HH-66 PVC Vinyl Cement provides a robust and durable bond.
  • Waterproof: Ensures water-resistant results for added reliability.
  • Flexibility: Maintains flexibility for use on vinyl coatings and laminated fabrics.
  • Temperature Resistance: Withstands extreme temperatures and climates.


  • Open the can carefully, revealing the attached brush on the lid.
  • Apply the cement evenly on the desired vinyl surface.
  • Ensure thorough coverage for effective bonding.
  • Allow sufficient drying time as per the product guidelines.
  • Store in a cool, dry place for future use.


Q: Can this cement be used for vinyl fabric repairs?
A: Yes, HH-66 PVC Vinyl Cement is ideal for repairing vinyl fabrics, providing a strong and flexible bond.

Q: Is it suitable for outdoor applications?
A: Absolutely. This cement is waterproof and withstands various weather conditions, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.

Q: Can it be shipped by air?
A: No, due to federal regulations, this product cannot be shipped by air. It is available for ground shipping within the 48 contiguous states.

Q: How should I store the product?
A: Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Ensure the lid is tightly closed to prevent drying.

Q: Can it be used on other materials besides vinyl?
A: While specifically designed for vinyl coatings, it may work on other materials. Test on a small, inconspicuous area first for compatibility.

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