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  • #4557
    Mark X
    Participant

    Hey:

    Seeking advice on the best type of glue to use for outfitting foam to plastic and foam to foam.

    Any input much appreciated.

    Mark.

    #29211
    JR
    Participant

    Contact Cement works best.

    #29212
    Greg Konigshaus
    Participant

    Absolutely agree…inexpensive and easy to work with as well.

    #29213
    The Great Gonzo
    Participant

    Loctite Maximum Strength Headliner Adhesive, part # 37312, available at any Brafasco storem works great and is my adhesive of choice.
    And if you use it in a badly ventilated room without using a respirator and stick your head deep inside the cockpit of your boat as you spray the glue on, you can save a lot of money on alcohol and or recreational drug purchases :lol:

    TGG!

    #29214
    Open Gate
    Participant

    You can try the Contact cement Gel if the surfaces are too rough.

    In a well vented area, unless you like the glue Buzz :roll:

    #29215
    McCoy
    Participant

    ……obviously you speak from experience in using ‘that particular recreational substance’. All this time I just thought you liked Maudite :roll:
    See you at the Gat?
    McCoy

    #29216
    The Great Gonzo
    Participant
    "McCoy":27v9ich4 wrote:
    ……obviously you speak from experience in using ‘that particular recreational substance’. All this time I just thought you liked Maudite :roll:
    See you at the Gat?
    McCoy[/quote:27v9ich4]

    No, that’s just what I heard… :lol:
    Yep, I will be at the Gatineau!

    TGG!

    #29217
    Jon
    Participant

    If you use contact cement (Canadian Tire), be sure to get the solvent based version and not the water based version!

    #29218
    The Great Gonzo
    Participant
    "Jon":49dagli2 wrote:
    If you use contact cement (Canadian Tire), be sure to get the solvent based version and not the water based version![/quote:49dagli2]

    Not only does solvent based contact cement not dissolve in water, it also gets you a nice buzz when using it in non- ventilated areas… :lol:

    TGG!

    #29219
    Mark X
    Participant

    Appreciate the advice. Now I’ll not only have comfortable outfitting, but a hobby I can share with the kids in the park.

    #29220
    Grant
    Participant
    "McCoy":1rgwe7jv wrote:
    All this time I just thought you liked Maudite :roll: [/quote:1rgwe7jv]

    Can I get an American translation on that one? <img loading=” title=”Confused” />

    #29221
    Jeff T.
    Participant
    "Grant":3t99dzmf wrote:
    "McCoy":3t99dzmf wrote:
    All this time I just thought you liked Maudite :roll: [/quote:3t99dzmf]

    Can I get an American translation on that one? <img loading=” title=”Confused” />[/quote:3t99dzmf]

    9% sweet French Canadian beer.
    I’ll buy you a 6 pack when you open boat the Gatineau :smile:

    #29222
    The Great Gonzo
    Participant
    "Jeff T.":3su9ab8p wrote:
    "Grant":3su9ab8p wrote:
    "McCoy":3su9ab8p wrote:
    All this time I just thought you liked Maudite :roll: [/quote:3su9ab8p]

    Can I get an American translation on that one? <img loading=” title=”Confused” />[/quote:3su9ab8p]

    9% sweet French Canadian beer.
    I’ll buy you a 6 pack when you open boat the Gatineau :smile:[/quote:3su9ab8p]

    No, Maudite is actually a light beer, as it has only 8% alcohol.
    If you want a real beer with 9 % , try the La Fin Du Monde, Trois Pistoles and Don De Dieu… <img loading=” title=”Cool” />

    http://www.unibroue.com/our_beers_eng.html

    TGG!

    #29223
    Jeff T.
    Participant
    "The Great Gonzo!":1ulsn4tx wrote:
    "Jeff T.":1ulsn4tx wrote:
    "Grant":1ulsn4tx wrote:
    "McCoy":1ulsn4tx wrote:
    All this time I just thought you liked Maudite :roll: [/quote:1ulsn4tx]

    Can I get an American translation on that one? <img loading=” title=”Confused” />[/quote:1ulsn4tx]

    9% sweet French Canadian beer.
    I’ll buy you a 6 pack when you open boat the Gatineau :smile:[/quote:1ulsn4tx]

    No, Maudite is actually a light beer, as it has only 8% alcohol.
    If you want a real beer with 9 % , try the La Fin Du Monde, Trois Pistoles and Don De Dieu… <img loading=” title=”Cool” />

    http://www.unibroue.com/our_beers_eng.html

    TGG![/quote:1ulsn4tx]

    I stand corrected but their best beer IMHO is Chambly Noire. Half my reason to go to Gat Fest. I just ran out. <img loading=” title=”Sad” />

    #29224
    Grant
    Participant
    "Jeff T.":31295uax wrote:
    9% sweet French Canadian beer. I’ll buy you a 6 pack when you open boat the Gatineau :smile:[/quote:31295uax]

    I still stand by my Stroh’s Light, but I may take you up on that offer, someday…..(I do like all kinds of beer)

    Maybe once I can get past "the shove the boat river right
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