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Old 07-01-2004, 07:22 PM
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Spray Adhesive

I haven't had any luck finding 3m foamfast. Has anyone had any sucess using the 3M High-Strength 90 spray adhesive on door panels and landau foam?

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I hear the 3M Super Trim Adhesive #08090 is good to use on ceilings and interior stuff.

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Try here if you want to order Foamfast via the web. I've used this outfit in the past. It's a little pricey with the shipping - but for those of us living out in the boonies it's better than driving 100 miles to the art store.

http://www.misterart.com/store/view....&group_id=1967

If you live in a bigger city, try hobby and craft shops or an art store if you have one in town. Even if they don't have it they can usually order it and get it in pretty quick.
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I used 3M General trim adhesive for my door panels. Part number is 08088. It sprays with a better pattern than the Super trim adhesive and has an adjustable spray pattern. I believe it is plenty strong enough for foam and material on door panels. You might want to consider it.
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3M 90 is Ok but it is a bit pricey....What you really need is a high strength and high temp glue....especially for headliners.....I have glue just for headliners.....You need special glue for vinyl....it has to be plasticizer resistant.....regular glue will bring out the oil in the vinyl and actually cause the glue to let loose from the vinyl....Most of the time I use a good contact cement that is water proof....like something you glue Formica down with.....or there is this stuff called S-18 that is some killer stuff....Its like welding stuff together.......but it is only available to upholstery shops..... check out my web site for training videos *** and see some of the work I have done.....

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