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Anybody know what sort of adhesive to use for the Blunt trunk lid insulation kit?   I don't want to melt the foam,   

 

 

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1 hour ago, HBChris said:

The 77 stuff won’t take the heat.

yup.  77 is just general ahesive

 

use the super 90 stuff.  you can get it at any home depot or lowes.

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Spray 80 is a neoprene based adhesive designed for higher heat applications ie headliners, trunk lids, etc...  I used 80 on mine at least 6 years ago, still good.  And if it ever needs to be replace for whatever reason, the adhesive is easy to remove with a solvent.

 

Spray 90 is Hi-Strength for Formica laminating. Doesn’t work in many auto applications 

 

Spray 77 has very low temperature resistance, used on paper and other light weight materials.  

 

Certainly use use whatever you are comfortable with. 

 

Don

Retired 3M Adhesive Rep

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Message received. I will get the 80. I don’t think Home Depot in Canada carries it. But I will check


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Don’t know either.

 

Might be at a Hobby or art’s and crafts stores?

 

Also in the automotive world, sold by a different division of 3M, Autozone, O’Reilly’s, etc... should have #8090

In the automotive world it is known as #8090 trim adhesive.  Exact same as Spray 80

 

Hope this helps.

 

Don

 

 

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5 hours ago, beammmer said:

Spray 80 is a neoprene based adhesive designed for higher heat applications ie headliners, trunk lids, etc...  I used 80 on mine at least 6 years ago, still good.  And if it ever needs to be replace for whatever reason, the adhesive is easy to remove with a solvent.

 

Spray 90 is Hi-Strength for Formica laminating. Doesn’t work in many auto applications 

 

Spray 77 has very low temperature resistance, used on paper and other light weight materials.  

 

Certainly use use whatever you are comfortable with. 

 

Don

Retired 3M Adhesive Rep

 

But your car has been outside only 4 times in 6 years.

 

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