Repaired Fridge Scoop and Fridge insides
So, I have a 64 Overlander. The PO used duct tape to repair cracks in the white plastic interior of my fridge. It works. I'm replacing the old crank flint lighter with a new pietzo push button lighter. Anyway, on the plastic door, pulled it out, gently pulled away the old duct tape, and then cleaned - laboriously the duct tape glue. Acetone, goo gone, and several other cleaners would melt the plastic, but Alcohol seemed to work fine, it just took forever. Then, I stretched plastic tape on the face side to close the cracks up. I then flipped it over and used all purpose PVC cement on the back side. That repaired the cracks. Then I used aluminum 2 part tape all along the back to reinforce it for the future, the flipped it back over, and removed the clear tape from the front. No more cracks. there were a couple little spots where I did some airbrushing (light paiting) of gloss white, plastic bonding paint. But, basically as good as new.
The scoop was a different story. Unwaxed Polyester fiberglass will bond to ABS if you clean it really well with Acetone. This cleans, and roughs up the surface. I used self adhesive drywall fiberglass. That allowed a very thin profile, and it allowed me to wrap the edges. It unwrapped a little, but I used Reynolds release wrap as a "clamp". Fold over a few times, then pinch to the edge. That allowed it to clamp the fiberglass and it comes off immediately. All I have to do now is sand and airbrush the edge to look like the original zolatone.