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JCON I know you only did this a few days ago but how well is it holding up? I just bought some of that weldwood stuff mentioned in that repair, but haven't had time to do it yet.... I have tried numerous adhesives and they hold up for a week or so and then it starts falling off again
Mine still seems to be fine and we are running upper 80's and nasty humidity here in Delaware. The biggest reason your adhesives didn't work is because the foam they adhere to has deteriorated. For this reason, it is important to spray a good layer on both sides and then let sit a few minutes until it becomes tacky. I then sprayed another thinner layer, let sit for a minute, and then went to work.
If this holds 3 years, that'll be good enough for me as I hope to redo the entire interior in the future.
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