Red Padding Compound (1 Gallon) - PA-GR
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Red Padding Compound (1 Gallon) - PA-GR

Part #: PA-GR
Brand: MyBinding
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  • Red in color
  • Water soluble so material can be easily cleaned with plain water.
  • Quick drying and long lasting.
  • Volume: 1 Gallon
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MyBinding.com is proud to offer the red padding compound, making it easy for your school, print shop, copy shop, office, or any other business to easily make your own note pads. This Red Padding Compound easily adheres your pages together to create strong, reliable, and lasting pads of paper. Be sure to check out the red padding compound and more padding accessories from MyBinding.com and save today.

Product Details

  • Red in color
  • Water soluble so material can be easily cleaned with plain water.
  • Quick drying and long lasting.
  • Volume: 1 Gallon
  • Part Number: PA-GR

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Demonstration Video

Transcript: This is Lassco Wizer Padding Compound! Which in the end is a fancy word for glue, but this way you know it will do what you want it to!

For best use, first dampen the brush—just a little. Now, paint the side of your stack in the padding press—starting in the center with strokes to the edges. Make sure to not paint any other side than the one facing out. You don’t need the glue too thick, it mainly just shouldn’t be any bare spots. We actually recommend playing around a bit on how much glue to use for the best results. When done, close the glue lid tightly and wash your brush off with water. ...
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This is Lassco Wizer Padding Compound! Which in the end is a fancy word for glue, but this way you know it will do what you want it to!

For best use, first dampen the brush—just a little. Now, paint the side of your stack in the padding press—starting in the center with strokes to the edges. Make sure to not paint any other side than the one facing out. You don’t need the glue too thick, it mainly just shouldn’t be any bare spots. We actually recommend playing around a bit on how much glue to use for the best results. When done, close the glue lid tightly and wash your brush off with water.

The glue takes about 60 to 90 minutes to fully dry, then you can separate the pads using a special knife, and you have your own custom made notepads!

Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. The padding compound has to be kept airtight because it hardens with air. And it must not be allowed to be frozen, as it will lose its adhesion properties. Those are the only two real considerations.

Answered by Mybinding.com
3 years ago

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