CRB Guide Foot Adhesive

SKU: CRB-GFA
Sale price$2.99 USD

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CRB Guide Foot Adhesive

CRB Guide Foot Adhesive

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2133 Component Loop
Suite 1001
Oviedo FL 32765
United States

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CRB Guide Foot Adhesive

Product Details

CRB Guide Foot Adhesive is formulated to make attaching guides to the rod blank much easier prior to wrapping. Simply heat the guide foot, run the guide foot across the stick, and affix to the rod. Not only does this simplify the wrapping process, but it also creates a small barrier between the guide foot and the rod blank eliminating abrasion.

  • Easy to Use
  • Lasts through MANY rod builds
  • Does not interfere with epoxy application
  • 1/2" x 4" Stick

Proposition 65 Warning


CA WARNING.

CA Proposition 65 Warning

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to https://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Customer Reviews

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Gary DaSaro (Emerson, NJ, US)
Real ****

Another Mud Hole scam ! a real waste of money ! Go buy yourself a hot glue stick ,it's cheaper and works better . Buyer beware !

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JAN D DIJKSTRA (Brooklyn, NY, US)
fails to work

no matter what i did i was unble to get the single foot guides to stick on the blank. even tried wiping down blank with alcohol. I stll had to use masking tape to secure the guide so i could wrap it

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Braydon Reimann (Minneapolis, MN, US)
It’s just a stick of hot glue

Don’t waste your money on this, it’s a stick of hot glue that you can get at a craft store for much cheaper

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BB (Hoffman Estates, IL, US)
Worth a shot

Sometimes this adhesive works, sometimes it doesn’t. It really depends the shape of the guide foot, diameter of the blank section where the guide goes, and slickness of the blank.
Buff a shiny slick blank just in the guide’s location with a scotch pad or really fine sandpaper, like 600 grit, or worn 400. When it works, it can be helpful. You’ll learn what it takes through your attempts. Be patient with yourself!

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John Vidovich (Carson City, NV, US)
Garbage glue

This stuff is junk. And will piss you off to the max trying to get a guide to stick to your. Absolute ****

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