Headliner, rubber & gasket cement.
Sold by the quart.
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Actually been trying to find this for a long time no one else had it in stock. This is good stuff
3M HEADLINDER CEMENT 1357 GRAY/GREEN
Pros: Very strong bond. Relatively quick to be ready to bond. Con: cement is a dark gray/green color and soaks through wool headliner material to stain the finish side of the bond. I was forced to use another contact cement that dried clear in areas where the back side of the bond was visible.
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No, this is a gray/green color.
3m weather strip adhesive would be a better product for this application. Our part number 09-27200.
Yes this should work great.
No, PolyFiber does not recommend it. Poly-tak is the glue used with the Polyfiber system.
It can be brushed or rolled.
We would recommend Pliobond #20 for this specific application.
We believe you would want our part number 09-17570.