That is what I use!
I've used Elmer's ...
I prefer the best-test offerings as the brush in the tin-lid is better?
Schaumburg, Illinois, U.S.A.
From: Bianca Pratorius <email@example.com> Subject: [CR] patching inner tubes
When I go to this site, all I see is rubber cement for paper. Can one use this for rubber on rubber inner tube patches which must withstand substantial pressure?
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I patch perhaps 50-100 inner-tubes a week, if not more, volunteering for
my local bike co-op and use the rubber-cement I buy in bottles or tins
(EG: Elmers, Bestine or Best-test) from art-supply stores, it works well.
I recommend the bottles or tins with a brush attached to the inside of the
lid for convenience and, from time to time, I 'thin' the remaining glue
with hexane to compensate for evaporation ...
I'm truly tired of trying to patch inner tubes from those tiny tubes of glue that are supposed to be just for the purpose. You use them once or twice and then the glue seems to dry right in the tube. As a result it costs me about $1 to patch one tube that I can buy for $3. I'm then stuck with boxes and boxes of tip top with tons of patches of unusable sizes and shapes. I only need the round ones and I want a single jar of glue to use for several years.
Garth Libre recovering according to plan in Miami Fl USA