This section is from the "Henley's Twentieth Century Formulas Recipes Processes" encyclopedia, by Norman W. Henley and others.
India rubber, finely
chopped......... 100 parts
Rosin............. 15 parts
Shellac............ 10 parts
Carbon disulphide, q. s. to dissolve.
This will not only unite leather to leather, india rubber, etc., but will unite rubber to almost any substance.
Caoutchouc, finely cut 4 parts India rubber, finely
cut............... 1 part
Carbon disulphide ... 32 parts
Dissolve the caoutchouc in the carbon disulphide, add the rubber, let macerate a few days, then mash with a palette knife to a smooth paste. The vessel in which the solution is made in both instances above must be kept tightly closed, and should have frequent agitations.
Take 100 parts of crude rubber or caoutchouc, cut it up in small bits, and dissolve it in sufficient carbon bisulphide, add to it 15 parts of rosin and 10 parts of gum lac. The user must not overlook the great inflammability and exceedingly volatile nature of the carbon bisulphide.