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Old February 19th, 2019, 02:08 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Was thinking to glue the trim to edge and either was super glue, epoxy, or some commercial glue for vinyl flooring. Plastic on foam if a bit trial and error. Any specific glue that worked good?
It was hobby super glue, the cyanoacrylates which is the main ingredient in super glue, but hobby grade super glue isn’t as watered down so it dries real fast but works way better

It was specifically RC car tire glue
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Thanks Bro! It really help a Lot of us!
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Which hobby glue thin or thick did you use and where did u put it on the dash edge or the banana edge ? Did u put any on the user side of the banana peel
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Which hobby glue thin or thick did you use and where did u put it on the dash edge or the banana edge ? Did u put any on the user side of the banana peel
It’s pretty thick, and on the soft part that peeled up, a line of glue down the lip of it that tucks into the dash, stick in down in there and hold it there for a whole minute then let dry
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