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#1 CrazyGirl

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Posted 10 April 2013 - 02:01 PM

ok I have an idea , but not glue , but the same mega sticky adhesive they use on 3M double sided molding tape , if I can find such a thing I can brush it on the back of wire and stick it anywhere and have no worry about a glue bomb mess ,,, you men are smart , you know these things , put your thinking caps on !!! , so the same sticky stuff they use on this 019_zps5b15ec24.jpg



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Posted 10 April 2013 - 02:05 PM

It's called "pressure sensitive adhesive", which you will need to research.

 

Here's a start...

 

http://en.wikipedia....sitive_adhesive

 

 

http://www.thomasnet...itive-adhesives


Edited by Ace-Garageguy, 10 April 2013 - 02:07 PM.


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Posted 10 April 2013 - 03:56 PM

I didn't post on your thread about the guitar wire trim because someone mentioned  tacky glue, for a name anyway. This is not what your looking for above but will work the same. I use Microscale Liquitape for gluing all sorts of toudg jobs the other standards don't like. I use it for temporary mockups which is the main intent of the product. It's a white, thickish liquid that dries clear and remains tacky forever. I recently used it to glue some windows I made that would not stay with the typical window glues. The access was tough and the tacky glue worked beautiful . and they can be pushed back on if they come loose.

 

I would try applying a small bead with a toothpick along the back of the wire. It will take a thin bead I'm sure. You have all the time in the world to place the after letting it dry clear. You can clean up non-cured glue with water but once dry you need paint thinner. As long as the wire trim doesn't need the strength to hold down a piece bent away from the interior piece it will stay fine.

 

I should have posted this in the other thread, but here it is anyway