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Bohning Fletch-Tite Platinum Adhesive

   

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The Bohning Fletch-Tite™ Platinum is a superior adhesive, chemically engineered to work on all shafts - wood, glass, aluminum and carbon.
Manufacturer model #: 1301.

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Bohning Fletch-Tite Platinum Adhesive I used Bohning Fletch-Tite Platinum Adhesive this season and did not experience any issues with it. The cap could be designed better but otherwise not a bad purchase. November 13, 2013
worst adhesive ever I purchased this product to fletch blazer vanes. I prepped the arrows as directed. They had seemed to turn out well, until I shot them. The fletchings started peeling off in mid-flight. This is the last thing I wanted, especially when shooting at game. I switched to Goat Tuff and have not had a problem. I have even shot through thick plastic with the goat tuff and have not had a problem with the fletchings peeling off. February 4, 2008
Use it right Nothing wrong with this glue at all, if you know how to use it. Clean your shafts, I use alcohol or acetone, a simple wipe down. Apply glue, maintain pressure of vane to shaft for 30 seconds, clamp time of 5 minutes. When you're done, leave them alone for 24 hours, then shoot. They won't come off. These are Bohning's directions, and are hard to find, even on their website. They should print them on the tube itself. February 4, 2012
Trust in Bohning Contrary to what others who have used this product have found. so far I have used this glue on 50-60 dozen arrows both for myself and others and have yet to have one problem. I have found that this glue holds extremely well and the only time that you will have and fletchings coming off will be because you are shooting them off. so far I have not found a glue that performs any better. Happy Fletching and Hunting! September 13, 2008
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I just bought this product and was wondering how long it takes to set so i can use on other vanes?
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About 20 minutes. I'd also leave it sit over night before using in the field.
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The fletchings will be set enough to move on to another fletching in about 3-5 minutes. I usually line a row of 6 jigs up and go down the row so by the time i get back to the beginning its set enough to rotate the arrow. I would also wait atleast 12 hours before shooting, 24 is better, the longer you wait the better chance they will not come off.
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Usually takes only 10-15 minutes for each feather being fletched onto a shaft. I use an egg timer which is great. Do some other things like taper other shafts, etc. I find this time is sufficient to stabilize the feather enough to add more and turn the fletching jig in position for the nex feather. I wouldn't recommend shooting the arrow until the glue on the last feather has set overnite just to be sure the glue has hardened enough.
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I like to give it about 20 minutes per vane and at least over night before shooting
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i leave my vane in the jig for 15-20 seconds before glueing the next.
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After a couple of minutes on a jig, you can move on to the next vane. I'd give it 24 hours to cure before shooting the arrows.
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