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    Grill cloth adhesive?

    I need to wrap my factory plastic dash grills with grill cloth and adhere it to the back side.
    Something that can be squeezed on or brushed on would be preferable to a spray on product.
    What is the go-to product for this?

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    Re: Grill cloth adhesive?

    Contact cement


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    Re: Grill cloth adhesive?

    Like this? Made for automotive use so hopefully stand up to the heat with the car sitting in the sun all day...


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    Re: Grill cloth adhesive?

    Gel super glue will work also, and is instant hold

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    Re: Grill cloth adhesive?

    My installer friend told me to use tesa double sided tape so that's what I did. Sticks to my pillars and holds the grille cloth great. Way easier than glue, too. Plus, if you don't get the stretch you want you can peel it off and readjust as needed. One of those items you think "why didn't someone tell me about this sooner!"

    This is the exact stuff I bought:
    Tesa 4965 Double-sided Scrapbook Tape, 36 yard Length, 1/2" Width, 8 mil Thick, Clear (Pack of 1) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004V3XQXK..._21-0zb9D934QJ
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    Re: Grill cloth adhesive?

    Quote Originally Posted by erinh View Post
    My installer friend told me to use tesa double sided tape so that's what I did. Sticks to my pillars and holds the grille cloth great. Way easier than glue, too. Plus, if you don't get the stretch you want you can peel it off and readjust as needed. One of those items you think "why didn't someone tell me about this sooner!"

    This is the exact stuff I bought:
    Tesa 4965 Double-sided Scrapbook Tape, 36 yard Length, 1/2" Width, 8 mil Thick, Clear (Pack of 1) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004V3XQXK..._21-0zb9D934QJ
    Awesome... Thanks Erin!

    I assume you've had no issues with it holding in the heat when your car has been sitting in the sun all day?

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    Re: Grill cloth adhesive?

    No issues. All good.
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    Re: Grill cloth adhesive?

    Works in high stress/temperature conditions.
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