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huffed6 08-10-2002 07:29 PM

i used spray glue contact cement from home depot on felt insulATION WITH LOOKS LIKE A FOIL OUTER LAYER to glue insulation to bare roof metal on inside of car worked good till car was in sun for a few hours and started falling out .what do i need to use or /do

jwcnj45 08-11-2002 04:56 AM

I am noy sure what type of insulation that you used but when I did the roof of my F1 I used 3M General Spray adhesive. It worked fine and has lasted for years. 08-12-2002 08:03 PM

I used universal panel adhesive (from a caulking gun) and mine is NEVER coimg out! Get the best stuff they sell and lay down a heavy bead. The spray adhesives and contact cement are too thin to permanently bond this stuff.

Madd Syntst 08-13-2002 11:10 AM

I'm with Willys. I use lquid Nails on this sheet. Be very sure where you want it. I lay a bead with the caulking gun, and then take a squee gee to spread it around a bit. I even took one and made like a flooring trowel with "teeth" or grooves cut in it. Oh yea, you might want to wear a long sleeve shirt that is trashed, just in case <img src="confused.gif" border="0">

huffed6 08-13-2002 01:59 PM

ok guys thanx a lot was leaning towards that stuff next but wanted to make shure it would work first

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