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Re: what to use to re-attach side mouldings? (.sanya.)

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I used 3m professional double sided tape. It's about $40 a roll but the stuff sticks like white on rice. Make sure both surface are clean of old glue, whatever and then clean with alcohol. Use a hair dryer to warm up both surfaces as you apply and then rub with a lot of pressure.
 

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Re: (anarchyx34)

i had the best luck when i also cut the tape into like 4" sections and taped it on leaving small 3" gaps between the tape.
that way, if the tape does start to peel, it stops at that piece and the molding stays put. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: (chinaski)

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i used some 3m stuff i picked up at autozone a couple of weeks ago. gray with red backing. get ready for sore thumbs.

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3M Double Sided Heavy Duty Tape http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 
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