Why VAK-Bond 2000 Veneer Glue over a contact cement?
Contact cements typically have the following problems: bubbles, softening due to heat or alcohol, defects
due to finish solvents that penetrate veneer, no repositioning after the veneer makes contact with the
substrate. Remember, contact cements only provide a surface bond and do not penetrate into the wood nor
do they ever harden as VAK-Bond 2000 Veneer Glue does. VAK-Bond 2000 cures by a chemical reaction, not by water or
solvent evaporation like other types of glue. For this reason it cures with a rigid glue line.
VAK-Bond 2000 eliminates the above problems and is less expensive, great for veneering and laminating.