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Old 11-23-2006, 10:00 PM
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Originally Posted by DanTwoLakes
Dusty: Happy Thanksgiving. That's a great suggestion, but the adhesive they use would not need to be high temperature resistant. For a car interior you need to use an adhesive that's intended for that use. I'm sure they could help with what equipment they use to spray it and the techniques they use though.
A Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, Dan!

You're right - I was referring more to the equipment they used to spray the contact cement rather than the actual contact cement itself. And it's true, the glue they used in making laminate countertops wasn't high temperature resistant (in fact, one way of removing laminate from the wood substrate is to use a household iron to heat up the laminate and soften the glue so you can peel it off - it destroys the laminate, but it comes off) but I'm sure the consistency of the product being sprayed is at least similar. I would also imagine they could help a person out with any tricks of the trade or tips such as pressure settings, spray patterns, and the like.
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