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I used the Bohning glues for years....The Platnum was the last glue of thiers I used...it worked great with no failures. Well, then I started to have some fletchings come off during a shot....or at times they would just get loose in a section of the fletch...not good....I was told they, the company, changed to a less expensive mix....I dont know...But I changed.... Then I used easton Cements...the quick bond adhesive was the last I used of thiers.... Again years of easy fletching and no failures. I did have some troubles once...a friend who I had fletched his arrows told me he had a fletching come off at a shoot. Yikes....embarrassing!! He then told me he had another come off later. The arrows he shot are aluminum...not carbon as I had mostly fletched with this cement.... He brought them back and I refletced them using the cement at the bottom of my post. No Failures for him since with his hunting or target arrows...I still think the Easton and Bohning cements to be a good fetching cement and would use it if I had to with no worries. I was told to try the loctite control gel by a friend I shoot with. I liked it so much I now use it. Everything about it is nice...it goes on easy....sticks the fletchings to the arrow...Aluminum or Carbon...Never a failure..... If someone asked me I would tell them to use this one...loctite control gel. Hope this helps...good luck.
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