The spray stuff gave about 1/2 or so time to work with it. I followed the
directions on the can and gave each piece three coats. By the time you
press it together it holds pretty much instantly. I needed no clamps or
anything, just pressed and held w/ my hands, thumbs, etc.. for a few
moments and that was it.
On Monday, January 19, 1998 5:20 PM, Malcolm Walker
> On Mon, 19 Jan 1998, David Moag wrote:
> > Just my $.02 worth --- this one you can do yourself. I put in a new
> > dash from Prestige Autowood on the Spit a few weeks ago, and since I
> > take everything apart, I decided to re-cover my old, ugly, cracked dash
> > top. I bought some marine vinyl and covered it using 3M Super Adhesive
> > spray (NOT the regular stuff) for the flat areas, and Contact Cement
> > curves and tough spots. The top came out so nice looking, I ended up
> > re-covering the lower dash trim as well (used only Contact Cement for
> > part --- no flat areas).
> How much working time did the spray stuff give? (ie, time until
> really-stuck) I have a cracked dash pad and should give it a recover.