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Old 08-27-2006, 07:20 PM   #15
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Recovering vinyl

Hi Paula Ford,
I would suggest doing a small test area before you decide on recovering vinyl. It is hard to achieve a proper adhesiion to most vinyls. I recently installed rubber cove base in my trailer (66 Overlander with vinyl clad aluminum). After trying the normal adhesive and contact cement, I ended up stripping enough of the vinyl to get adhesion to the aluminum panel.
Good luck with your project!
Calvin
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