Boot-Fix Shoe Glue: Instant Professional Grade Shoe Repair Glue


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Not just regular “super glue”! It’s what the professionals use. We know, because we’ve been doing shoe repair for three generations!



Boot-Fix is a super glue (cyanoacrylate) that is specifically formulated for the shoe repair industry.  We know because we’ve been using this type of glue in our shoe repair shops for almost 30 years now and we think we’ve found the best formula yet!  Boot-Fix Glue is the strongest footwear adhesive that works on all different types of shoe materials. What makes Boot-Fix Glue different from your average super glue?  Boot-Fix remains flexible after it dries so it doesn’t just break apart again when the footwear is worn.  Also, it’s viscosity has been specifically formulated to bond to the types of materials used to manufacture footwear these days. Unlike other shoe glues, Boot-Fix doesn’t require clamping for most repairs.  It’s ready to go in minutes, not hour or even days. Boot-Fix Glue is completely waterproof and it’s designed to hold even in the blistering summer heat, or icy cold of winter. Whether you need to glue your boots for a hard day’s work, a tough day of training, or just a walking around the office, Boot-Fix Glue can repair your work boots, athletic sneakers, rubber soled dress shoes, and much more!. As my dad used to say “If the shoe fits, Glue It!”


1. Unscrew the cap to expose the fine tip nozzle. Do not unscrew the nozzle from the bottle. Be sure to tighten the cap back on the nozzle until it clicks into place to ensure the glue will not dry out when not in use.

2. Completely remove all moisture, oil, dirt, or any other residue from the surface before you start your repair.

3. Apply a small thin bead of Boot-Fix Glue along the “wear line” or edge of sole to one surface to be bonded.

4. Immediately assemble sole to desired position and hold securely for 10-45 seconds.


*  Have a tri-folded paper towel handy to wipe off any excess glue.

*  For completely detached soles, preset sole to desired position and hold. Repeat above steps to the toe or heel first, then repeat for opposite end until entire sole is attached.

*  If there’s a white film on the surface of the material, or if the footwear has been washed or exposed to soapy substances, you will need to use more Boot-Fix and apply more pressure for a longer period of time to allow for the adhesive to soak through the film and bond to the intended materials.

*  For porous materials, use Boot-Fix as described in the directions.  If the bond does not hold after 1 minute, simply repeat the steps again with more glue now that the porous material has been filled with some glue. This repair might also require more pressure for a longer period of time for the adhesive to work as intended.

*  Latex or other types of gloves are not required to use Boot-Fix and may get glued to your footwear accidently. We recommend doing the repairs carefully with your bare hands. If you do accidently get Boot-Fix on your skin, apply cooking oil to bonded areas and gently rub to peel bond apart.

*  Store Boot-Fix in a cool dry place or refrigerator and ensure the cap clicks shut when closing for longest life.