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Old 06-19-2016, 06:38 AM   #1
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Adhesive for Slide Seal

One of my slide seals have separated from the slide wall towards the bottom. I was going to pick up some adhesive at home depot. Any recommendations on what to use? I was thinking of a "liquid nails" type. Its only about a 1 foot section at the bottom I have to reattach.
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slidee seal

without a doubt gorillla glue , been there done that.
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without a doubt gorillla glue , been there done that.
Don't "MONKEY GLUE" around - it works! X2 for above posting!

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What BillyB said. Other than I'd add make sure you have some clamps to make it adhere well - my first attempt sans clamps did not go well.
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Got the gorilla glue, will attach next week. Found another couple of gaskets that came loose.
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