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Old 08-04-2009, 01:33 PM   #1
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sealant for REGLUEING PLASTIC PARTS

Hello what is a good sealant for glueing plastic trim peices back on each corner for and aft:d:d of the slideout corners where mite meets
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I've had pretty good luck using silicone caulk -- it is sticky and has some flexibility when dried. If that doesn't work, I would use double-sided trim tape from an auto parts store -- the stuff that has the red peel off layer (believe it might be 3m brand).
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3M makes some adhesives specifically designed for attaching automotive trim or for weather stripping. Either should work fine. Ask at an auto parts store.
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