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realitycheck 
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Posted: August 17, 2005 at 9:29 AM / IP Logged  
Alright guys I have a simple question for you. If I take the CA glue and use it to glue the fleece down to the fiberglass mold. When I coat the fleece in resin and the resin comes in contact with the CA glue will the glue come loose??
I have used regular super glue before to do this with and it released when the resin came in contact with it. My question is will this happen with the CA glue???
Also can I buy this at walmart?
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5150azn 
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Posted: August 17, 2005 at 10:44 AM / IP Logged  
I'm like the CA glue specialist. No it won't come loose at all. The thing is you have to make sure to get the accelerator on there to make sure the glue dries. I doubt you can get it at walmart. But any hobby shop should have it. I recommend getting the thicker glue so it isn't all watery.
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realitycheck 
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Posted: August 17, 2005 at 10:56 AM / IP Logged  

Alright one other question then 5150 is there any other glue that you can use, that wont come loose besides ca glue?

Something I can get at walmart.  by the way thanks for the help.

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5150azn 
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Posted: August 17, 2005 at 11:03 AM / IP Logged  
Sorry brotha, I can't think of any glue from walmart that I would trust for that. I think the problem you were having with the superglue not holding is that it wasn't completely dry. Either go to a hobby store or get a staple gun. I just don't want you to go get some walmart glue, then have a pile of resin on the floor later.
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Masta N 
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Posted: August 17, 2005 at 11:27 AM / IP Logged  
I use hot glue on some projects.. I glue it down and glass the perimeter with the glue first...let it dry, and then finish the job.
realitycheck 
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Yeah hot glue just seems to take too long for me to dry. I would use staples but im stretching my fleece onto a mold I made of my trunk lid. The only reason I was suggesting wal mart is its the closest to me, and I just dont really have any time to go to a hobby store any time soon. I think im going to try some tape and see if that works. If it doesnt I guess ill use the hot glue. Thanks for the help guys.
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5150azn 
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Posted: September 21, 2005 at 11:26 AM / IP Logged  
Alpine car uses CA Glue
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