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Old 02-13-2005, 07:07 PM
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plastic glue/repair

Ive got some repairing to do on my Charger grille, as far as I know its kind of plastic that floats in water and super glue doesnt really glue it .

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Old 02-13-2005, 07:17 PM
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Plastic weld, you can get it at most auto parts stores. It comes in a black syringe 2 part thingy. I have used it and the joint is stronger than the surrounding area. It works on most plastic but not on like ATV plastics.
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If it floats its TPO type plastic.
So an adhesion promoter must be used before applying weld.
For jobs like this, Duramix and Fuzor have 15 second cartages.
Holding something for a minute while the product dries seems like days so the 15 second makes it easier.

Also super glue will stick but will let go in a day or two as it cannot withstand any UV and will break down.
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