Adhesive - Renia - Syntic Total

Adhesive - Renia - Syntic Total

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Renia Syntic Total is a polyurethane cement for bonding all materials around shoes. Free of toluene and MEK.

All materials used for repairing and producing shoes and boots like leather, rubber, EVA, thermoplastic rubber (TR), expanded rubber, PVC (Vinyl) , felt, cork, transparent materials, Perbunan-N, nylon etc. can be bonded to each other as well as to all upper materials.


Depends on the material: 5 - 30 minutes (TR 3-15 minutes, PVC 10 - 45 minutes).

Syntic TOTAL can be dried with an infra red lamp: IR-Lamp 176 °F: 3 minutes.


Fast crystallization and the high initial bond strength of Renia-Syntic TOTAL, it is possible to handle the bonded pieces after a few minutes. The heat resistance is high enough to trim or buffer the sole or heel. The glue-power increases continuously during the first two days. Although the plasticizer resistance is already extremely high as a one-component system, adding 5-10 % hardener further increases the resistance against heat, oil, and other chemical influences.

Size: Liter

Made in Germany

*Make sure to use in a well ventilated area.


Sand, grind, or rough all materials.  Clean and remove all grinding dust and fibres. Coat both sides with Renia – Syntic TOTAL until you can see a layer of cement. If necessary, apply a second coat to absorbent materials.

TR (Thermoplastic Rubber): Apply Renia-Rehagol and coat after 15 minutes with Syntic TOTAL.

PUR (Polyurethane): After grinding, press the material with absorbent paper to remove the water. Then coat it with a thin layer of Renia-Syntic TOTAL to reinforce very soft polyurethane. Apply another layer of adhesive on top of the dried first layer if necessary.  

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The Renia GmbH was founded in the year 1930 and has existed since then as an independent family company outside of any affiliated group, now led by the third generation.