How Much Glue Should I Apply to the Glue Tab?
The ideal amount of glue for each tab varies based on size. As a general rule, you should fill the entire surface of the tab. Once applied, you should notice…Read more »
Why Won’t My Glue Tabs Stick to the Panel?
Following our 6C process ensures optimal adhesion every time and can resolve most common issues. A few of the most common reasons for glue not sticking are…Read more »
How Do I Remove Glue from Panels and Glue Tabs?
Glue is easily released using a high concentration form of isopropyl alcohol sprayed directly on the glue. This allows glue to be removed cleanly by…Read more »
How Hard Should I Press Down when Applying a Glue Tab to the Panel?
When applying the glue tab to the panel, it is best to set the tab within a layer of glue similar to a brick placed in mortar. The tab should have an even layer of glue all the way around the edge with plentyRead more »
How to Ensure Correct Glue Tab Placement on Damaged Panel?
We recommend using a grease pencil or marker to clearly mark the edges of the damage when viewing with a line board, fog board or other PDR light. Technicians can then easilyRead more »
|Length||2" / 51 mm|
|Width||0.7" / 18 mm|
- variety package
- Gang green
They tabs pull incredibally hard. They are my go to tabs. I bought the variety package and have used every size in the package. If you're doing a lot of glue pulling, you should have these tabs in your arsenal. I started this dent with Glexo glue and finished it with Gang Green tabs. I never put a tool on it.
These are my go to tabs for glue pulling. They pull incredibly hard. I bought the variety package and have use every size in the package. I would recommend these to anyone doing a lot of glue pulling.
Gang Green tabs are great crease tabs!