any perticular brand?Originally posted by bumpertobumperauto@Sep 15 2005, 03:48 PM~3822306
use contact cement , spray on both sides then let dry about 10 minutes and press both sides together, it only costs about 5 bucks a can /quart at wal-mart or any hardware store and will not let you down :biggrin:
Landau top glue is a contact glue but it is an industrial grade. Any upholstery shop should have it. If you look at some of the back topics I believe someone posted up a link for that paticular type of glue.Originally posted by cashmoneyspeed@Sep 16 2005, 12:22 AM~3826404
Contact glue just as good as landau glue?
Thank you. :biggrin: I did the door panels in a similar fashion. When I get done I will post some pictures of the finished interior.Originally posted by DroDa59@Sep 15 2005, 01:39 PM~3821850
hmm I'll try to find some. May be hard here in Quebec, but I'll try, thanks for the info.
By the way I was searching the forums and I saw what you did to your wife's car, and it's great lol
expecially in my black car... black inside and out, hotter then a mother-fucker in there... fry a damn egg on the damn floor mat :biggrin:Originally posted by Bubba D@Sep 18 2005, 10:51 AM~3836801
make sure you look at the heat rating on the glue
landau top glue is rated for the heat that will come from the sun
many hardware store glues will not hold under high heat
remember your roof gets hot in the sun that heat goes straight to the back side of your headliner
DAP is a good brand