CosBond was Laboratory Tested on a variety of the most widely used Cosplay Materials.


The materials below were tested using peel adhesion test ASTM D-3330 at 90 and 180 degrees with 24 hour dwell time.  Average load values of 3.0 or more are considered satisfactory for Cosplay applications. Failure modes are described below.

90 Degree Peel Adhesion Tests:

CosBond 90 Degree Peel Adhesion Test Results
* The Styrofoam broke apart while the adhesion remained intact.

Failure Modes:

Adhesion Failure – The adhesion breaks apart due to insufficient cohesion.
Clean – Adhesive peeled from test material with no adhesive residue left behind.
Cohesive Split – Adhesive was left on both the test material and the carrier material.
Foam Tear – The foam material broke apart while the adhesive held.
Partial Tear – Some foam broke apart and adhesive pulled away from the rest.
Substrate Failure – The test material breaks apart as it is weaker than the adhesive.

180 Degree Peel Adhesion Tests:

180 Degree Peel Adhesion Test Results

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