Just to set the record straight, our glue is not rebranded 3M glue. 3M glue is a contact cement with a limited cure time (4 hours) and is not designed for aircraft fabric covering. 3M only states that the glue is non flammable in it's wet state; our glue system has passed all FAA flammability testing. I'm not sure where you got your information regarding EkoBond but we would ask that you stop referring to it as rebranded 3M glue; it is made in house in Ohio and is part of a fully certified covering system. Thank you.The high end biplane builders are subbing the Stewart’s glue when doing Polyfiber for homebuilts. They can’t on certified of course. Like before , American Champion has been using it for a long time on their certified planes as the not rebranded 3M. Stewart’s being it’s own system requires their glue even if it’s rebranded 3M. They can’t legally say go get some 3M because it’s the same. Certified verses homebuilt dilemma.
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