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Jerry Kaidor, on the SOL list, writes:
*** Well, there are some really good glues out there, but nothing sprayable,
- 3M Weatherstrip & Trim Adhesive, AKA "Yellow Peril".
Amazingly strong stuff. A little hard to apply: you're instructed
to "apply a thin coat to each surface". Comes in a toothpaste tube.
- "Goop"; Another toothpaste tube. Possibly the strongest rubberlike
cement I've ever seen. I once glued together a ripped motorcycle seat
with this stuff. Just butt-glued the rip together, even though the
vinyl was under some tension. The only fault I can find with it is
that it's not UV resistant. Sunshine will make it crystallize and
- There's a glue that Moss sells for upholstery and carpets. Comes in a
quart can. Nice & strong, stinks to high heaven. I think it's thinned
in carbon tet. For outside use only!
- There's another one that I've seen at the hardware store. I think its
called "Weldwood". I glued the headliner on my TR-2 hardtop with this
one. Plenty strong.