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Vittoria Mastik'One Professional Tubular Glue

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    • One Color, Tube-30gr
      $5.95
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      $24.95
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    Glue it like a pro

    The Vittoria Mastik’One Professional Tubular Glue is what the pros use to secure their racing tubulars to the rim. One tube contains 30 grams and is usually enough to glue one or two tires. However, Vittoria offers a 250-gram tin, which should be enough glue for 12 tubular tires.

    • Glues your racing tubular to the rim
    • One tube is 30 grams (generally enough for one or two tires)
    • The 250-gram tin is enough for 12 tubular tires
    • Item #VIT0067

    Tech Specs

    Includes
    tubular rim cement
    Recommended Use
    keeping your tubular fleet afloat

    Tech Specs

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    Worst glue ever

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Got massive blisters on my thumbs trying to get a flat tire off :/

    On the plus I guess I'll never roll one off while riding :)

    The gluing process is obviously far more important than the glue, but independent research has proven that this stuff is the best overall.

    Cheap too. A tub should get 2-3 thin coats on way more than 12 tires. Much less if you have to build up layers on new rims of course. My last tub got me 4 new rims and 8 tires.

    Great glue!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have always taped my tubulars but needed to use glue this last time around. I was surprised at how easy it was. I have had zero issues and my tires stay put. Excellent stuff.

    Best Tubular Glue Out There

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've spent a lot of time over the years gluing countless tires for road and cross for myself as well as shops that I've worked in, and can say without a doubt that I trust Vittoria Mastik One more than any other adhesive out there. It's the benchmark for bond strength and reliability...there's a reason it's the most trusted brand by pro riders and mechanics alike.

    The Best.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is by far the very best tubular glue out there, I have used it for years and have had nothing but great luck with it. You can use this glue with carbon or aluminum rims, and like Thomas; I recommend using a brush to help distribute the the glue onto the rim and tire. For each wheel I will use about 1.5-2 tubes of glue (30gram).

    Works great - secure

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The glue works great. Tires are not going anywhere, but should still be removable with some effort come replacement time. I use 1 dry coat on the tire and rim, then a wet coat on the rim. Easy and only takes 2 days from start to finish.



    Unlike some cements, this can doesn't come with a brush under the lid, so I find myself using (and discarding) an acid brush for each 24hour application. I just get them at a local hardware store for 59c each, but it's annoying and an extra expense/hassle to consider.

    Best for cross

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Use what the Pro's use. The Vittoria Mastic is the only glue to use for cross. It's fairly easy to use and is very hard to roll a tire if glued correctly. Two applications on the rim then two on the tire.

    Would the 250g can dry out before you could use it all? I only have one set of tubular wheels and hope to not have to use the whole can for a while.

    I would not buy a can unless I was maintaining a team's worth of wheels. It will be ok for several months, but the solvent does evaporate, and long before the glue is unusable, it gets thick enough to be messy (lots of spider webbing) and hard to apply in thin layers, and the tires get harder to mount. You can try to thin it out with solvent, but I'd rather get a fresh tube when I needed it and be assured of the right consistency.