Cinch Won't Stay Stuck on Can?
SOLUTION for Difficult Applications
are using the best rubber based adhesive we can find – and for the vast majority of applications
it does the job well and holds the cinch firmly to just about any trash container.
However, from time to time we hear about a situation where all the instructions were followed
and the cinch "just won’t stay stuck".
Rather than dwell on the possible reasons why that may happen and bore you with information
about various plasticizers, we are pleased to let you know that there is a simple solution to
this occasional problem.
solution is ca (Cyanoacrylate) glue – which is basically "super glue for plastics". One well
known brand is Loctite 401 glue.
place a small amount around the perimeter of the cinch or tape (no need to remove the tape) and
also an "X" or "S" shaped bead of glue across it. There is no need to try to cover the whole
part with glue (with ca glue, the general rule of thumb is "less is more". Make sure to give it
the recommended time suggested by the glue manufacturer to bond.