Rubber glue

Rubber glue. Dissolve small pieces of rubber in gasoline, benzene or toluene. Dissolving takes several days, even with frequent stirring. The finished glue should have the consistency of thin oil; if it is too thick, add the solvent used. Rub the rubber surfaces cleaned with coarse-grained sandpaper with a thin layer of glue; wait until the glue appears to be completely dry, place the glued surfaces firmly (not try to correct!), squeeze and leave for 2…3 h.