Tear Mender Instant Fabric & Leather Adhesive Non-Toxic 2 fl oz

  • ₱650.00


  • 100% Authentic from USA
  • Tear Mender Instant Fabric & Leather Adhesive Non-Toxic 2 fl.oz
  • Size : 2 fl.oz / 60 ml
  • Latex-based adhesive for repairing fabric and leather
  • Adhesive dries and forms and instant bond that is flexible and is waterproof, machine washable, and dry cleanable
  • Bonds are waterproof, UV resistant, non-flammable, non-toxic and flexible
  • Does not require the use of an iron, heat, or solvents to cure
  • Bish's Original Tear Mender Instant Fabric and Leather Adhesive
  • Tear Mender is an all-natural, non-toxic fabric adhesive that forms a permanent, yet flexible, waterproof bond to any porous material. Tear Mender has over 101 different uses. It is most commonly used for fabric, leather and vinyl repair for indoor and outdoor applications.
  • Instant Permanent Bond - Within three minutes of application you could wear a garment repaired with Tear Mender. It works by seeping into the tiny crevices in the fiber of fabrics, creating a bond that is permanent.
  • Wash Proof And Flexible - Dries to create a flexible bond that can be machine-washed without ever weakening. Durable and long lasting formula using the adhesive power of natural latex. Within fifteen minutes of application you could wash it.
  • Easy To Use And Clean Up - Will not stick to hard surfaces and will not harm skin. To remove simply rub with your finger until glue balls up.
  • Water Based Formula - Tear Mender is made from renewable resources. It is a water based formula derived from natural latex and other natural raw materials. UV resistant!
  • Val “The Bish” Cismoski originally formulated Tear Mender in 1932. His nickname was a result of his imposing physical presence and his knack for having an answer to any and all questions which family members said reminded them of a Bishop. Tear Mender’s impenetrable bond quickly made it a staple in the farm industry and was used to repair canvas drive belts for farm machinery. Today, Tear Mender continues to provide the same flexible, permanent bond and is widely used for a multitude of tasks from garment care to crafts. In 2015, Lighthouse for the Blind, a 501(c)3 non-profit, acquired the assets of Tear Mender to further grow their mission of providing employment for individuals who are blind. The Tear Mender product line is filled, packaged and shipped by employees who are visually impaired.