Legacy 21 mm Blue Dimpled Winged Round Hail Tab (5 Pack)
Legacy dimpled winged round hail tabs are essential for any tech working on small hail dents or dings. The wing increases the strength of the neck, creating a tougher tab. The ice material has incredible pull strength with straight pulls, while the blue material excels on more complex dents. The dimpled surface increases the surface area, tightening the bond between the tab and the glue, while still releasing effortlessly.
- Supporting Wing - Reinforces the neck of the tab for a stronger pull when working on tougher dents
- Blue Material - Crafted with flexibility and strength, blue tabs excel on complex dents with varying angles and depths
- Dimpled Surface - Increases the surface area of the tab for a tighter bond while still allowing glue to release effortlessly
- Ribbed Base - Enables easy handling and reduces the risk of dropping the tab
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 »