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Old 01-20-2013, 07:25 PM
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Originally Posted by 5window View Post
So, I am trying to figure out more on redoing my Model A's interior. I am now up to an adhesive choice. I will need to glue vinyl to panels and also glue the 4x4 vinyl headliner to the foam I already have, then the foam to the masonite liner that is already in the car. So headliner and side panels. I will not have access to a spray gun adhesive system.

At the moment, my local choices seem to be:
3M yellow super trim adhesive (spray can)
NAPA/Permatex Heavy Duty Carpet and Headline Adhesive (spray can)
Weldwood Contact Cement (brush-on)
Loctite 200 Spray Adhesive
3M Super 77
a vinyl supplier also suggested 3M 80-which I could order in aerosol cans

Advice/commentary would be appreciated. Thanks
3M spray adhesive is great for headliners and vinyl . It is fast tacking and you should have a helper to hold up the material asyou spray in one squarefoot sections. a small soft paint roller will help keep out air bubbles. I have 35 yrs as an autobody tech,
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