Patch Kits – Vinyl


Vinyl Patch Kits can repair your goods with a fast, effective, and permanent solution! Vinyl Patch Kits come in a variety of colors with HH-66 vinyl cement. Every Vinyl Patch Kits includes a 2’x2′ piece of 18oz Heavy Duty Vinyl Coated material and an 8oz can of HH-66 Vinyl Cement.

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 6 × 4 in

Red, Green, Blue, Black, Tan, White, Brown, Gray


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  • 18oz Vinyl Coated Polyester – Industrial Strength Material
  • 2’x2′ Square of Material
  • 8oz HH-66 Vinyl Cement with brush in lid – The Industry Standard in Vinyl Adhesives
  • Steel Tarps, Lumber Tarps, Coil Covers, Gym Curtains, etc.
  • Repair your tarp in warm and cold climates – Fast and Affordable Solution
  • Sets up in 5 minutes!
  • Product of the USA?

HH-66 Vinyl Cement is a superior quality, fast drying adhesive. It is used extensively for bonding vinyl coated and vinyl laminated fabrics to themselves or to various materials. HH-66 is also used to bond urethanes, vinyl foams and films, rigid plastics, synthetic fabrics, wood, leather, and metals. Not for use with polyethylene or polypropylene vinyls. HH-66 dries quickly with a very strong, yet flexible bond. It is not affected by weather and temperature extremes, and is highly resistant to oil, fuel, grease, and many other chemicals. Application is by brush, roller, or squeeze bottle. Dried films may be reactivated to the tacky state by high heat or solvent.

Technical Data:
Base: Thermoplasticelastomer
Color: Clear
Solvent: MEK-Toluene-Acetone Blend
Viscosity: Medium, 1100-1300 cps.
Application: Brush or Roller
Solids: 15% ? 1% (Approximately)
Net Weight: 8 Lbs. (Approximately)
Temperature Range: -30? to 150?F.
Tack Life: 2 ? 5 minutes
Shelf Life: 18 months
Flash Point: 22? F.
Danger ? Flammable Mixture.
Do Not Use Near Fire or Flame.
Use with Adequate Ventilation.
Vapor May Cause Flash Fire.
Avoid Prolonged Breathing of Vapor and Contact With Eyes and Skin.
May discolor if exposed to direct sunlight.