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Old 04-07-2020, 07:27 PM   #1
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What adhesive product has been the best for attaching to screen and entry door? 73 land yacht
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If you’re talking about just adhering a weatherstrip/gasket to the door/door jamb, we used 3M Super Weatherstrip and Gasket Adhesive from your local automotive parts place. That has worked well for us. Good luck
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I support bubba and would add get the 3M pre-apply adhesive catalyst, it increases bond strength immeasurably.
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Brian, thanks for the tip on the pre-apply adhesive catalyst. Didn’t know that. Will give it a whirl.
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What adhesive product has been the best for attaching to screen and entry door? 73 land yacht


Great!,thanks. Going to be rainy season soon. bj
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If you’re talking about just adhering a weatherstrip/gasket to the door/door jamb, we used 3M Super Weatherstrip and Gasket Adhesive from your local automotive parts place. That has worked well for us. Good luck


Super, thanks much. bj
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I support bubba and would add get the 3M pre-apply adhesive catalyst, it increases bond strength immeasurably.


Much appreciated help, thanks. bj
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AMHIK...better if the sealing material is silicone, every non silly I tried tore off and stuck to the jam, the 3m stuck real good though and was a pain to remove.
If you use rubber based, coat well with no squeeze clear silicone grease.

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