[DML] Re: Rub Strip Glue
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[DML] Re: Rub Strip Glue



Patrick has the right idea as the 3M Molding is a 3M VHB product that I 
talked about at PF...  No matter what you use it is all about the prep 
work - dust, dirt & oil free.  Also make sure that the temp is above 
70. If not and I would do this any way as a tip - use a heat gun to pre 
heat the stainless. Not to hot so you can not hold your bare hand 
against it but very warm.

PS most auto rub strips are held on by 3M VHB adhesives...and the 
consuner products purchased at pep boys, auto zone, wal*mart are the 
same stuff.

Again good call Patrick

Randal "The 3M Guy"
www.az-d.org


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Patrick C." <PRC1216@xxxx> wrote:
> Corey, you want to go buy 3M Side Molding tape at any auto store (even
> Wal-mart has it).  Clean the stainless very well first, then apply the
> tape to the rubstrip, then push the rubstrip onto the car and hold it
> there for a few minutes.  It should reattach fine assuming the plastic
> isn't damaged.
> 
> -Patrick C.
> 1880






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