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    Hey folks.

    What should i use to secure eyebrows to my pre face headlamps.

    I hear tiger seal is good, but would like some recommendations .

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    tiger seal is great i stuck mine on with that and its not going anywhere
    it came in a big tube only used a little on my eyebrows but ive got a bit addicted of using it ive stuck picture frames back together with it used it inside a laptop to glue power socket back on and i keep walking round the house thinking what else i could use it on

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    Hi m8 tigerseal should be adequate , or an alternative is sikaflex both would give you a solid bond as long as the surfaces are clean of polish etc
    Driving vauxhall,s for 30 + years
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    I used clear silicon sealant on mine, still fixed solid

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    grand job.

    Just waiting for lacquer to finish drying. prob wait til tomorrow to get some now.

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    Hello mate. I would hold off sticking them on for at least a week. The lacquer will be way too soft and will damage so very easily. It will be a right pain for you to have to remove them to repaint again.

    I kept mine in the airing cuboard for at least a week. I have heard that two weeks would be better.

    I stuck mine on with http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...egoryId_165691

    Thats was over a month ago and they have not moved a bit.

    Easy to apply and to tidy up the over spill afterwards.

    Good luck but please wait a week for the lacquer to hardern a bit more.

    EDIT : The addess bonus of using this sealant is that with some effort you will be able to remove them in the future if you need too. With Tiger Seal (Great product that it is) you may not have that option.
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    Chewing gum!!!!!

    Na I hear tigerseal is slightly better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Envy View Post
    Hello mate. I would hold off sticking them on for at least a week. The lacquer will be way too soft and will damage so very easily. It will be a right pain for you to have to remove them to repaint again.

    I kept mine in the airing cuboard for at least a week. I have heard that two weeks would be better.

    I stuck mine on with http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...egoryId_165691

    Thats was over a month ago and they have not moved a bit.

    Easy to apply and to tidy up the over spill afterwards.

    Good luck but please wait a week for the lacquer to hardern a bit more.

    EDIT : The addess bonus of using this sealant is that with some effort you will be able to remove them in the future if you need too. With Tiger Seal (Great product that it is) you may not have that option.
    ah ok.

    never thought about that.

    Will leave them off for a bit so and put them on next week then.

    thanks for the the advice.

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    silicon

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    ive used vauxhall gray sealent stuff, alli had lyin around. seems to be doing a bra job

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