**REGLUING CAMRY TRIM**

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Old 05 Feb 2006, 04:59 am   #1 (permalink)
mcknight
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Default **REGLUING CAMRY TRIM**

Hi does any one out there know what type of glue you should use between the
98 camry vinyl and the foam backing of the door trim as it has come out, and
must be fixed before it begins to fray.
thanks,


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Old 05 Feb 2006, 03:27 pm   #2 (permalink)
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mcknight wrote:
> Hi does any one out there know what type of glue you should use between the
> 98 camry vinyl and the foam backing of the door trim as it has come out, and
> must be fixed before it begins to fray.
> thanks,

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I've had pretty good luck using clear RTV silicone seal in a wide
variety of applications due to its flexible adhesion.

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Old 06 Feb 2006, 09:49 pm   #3 (permalink)
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On Sun, 05 Feb 2006 21:59:25 +1100, mcknight wrote:

> Hi does any one out there know what type of glue you should use between the
> 98 camry vinyl and the foam backing of the door trim as it has come out, and
> must be fixed before it begins to fray.
> thanks,



3M Trim Adhesive (it held an outside door moulding on for 2 years!) or
Velcro glue...used to hold velcro strips down. It's better than Super
Glue! I have repaired broken plastic pieces on my Supra with it. Once it
sets, it's SET!

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