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    What type of glue would I need to use to safely secure an irmy handbrake cover.

    Recently purchased cover off a forum member - great cover - but the glue is off and need to get some more!

    Any ideas!!

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    No more nails. It can even glue chairs to walls!

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    You could try some epoxy kind of thing, you know the one that comes in separate containers and you mix equal parts of them.

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    the original one is from irmscher and all in German......

    I can make out that it has some kind of flexible properties.

    The likes of the 2 parters tend to set rock hard and would over time go brittle!?!?

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    you should be able to get some from the dealers m8 as it is irmscher stuff
    Midlands Mod Shop - NFFC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    the original one is from irmscher and all in German......

    I can make out that it has some kind of flexible properties.

    The likes of the 2 parters tend to set rock hard and would over time go brittle!?!?
    Guess you are right, Epoxy might be too rigid. Maybe something like silicone will be better for this app.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRob View Post
    Guess you are right, Epoxy might be too rigid. Maybe something like silicone will be better for this app.
    I was thinking of using some trim tape - the stuff that the badges are held on with - but then thought as soon as contact is made that's it. If I ever needed to get it off there would be no chance.... Would have the flex required though!!

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    What about the stuff the windscreen fitters use? It’s more of a mastic and stronger than silicone which would probably twist off!

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    Does it glue on, ffs sounds a bit rough ? while we are on about them, does the button get replaced, or does the chrome one stay ??

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    chome one stays - the end result isn't that bad - will stick a piccie up in a few mins!

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