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    Strongest bond

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    Which of these creates the strongest bond between plastic and mdf

    1) ca glue
    2) liquid nails
    3) two part epoxy
    4) fiberglass resin with small holes
    5) plastic body panel adhesive (stuff made by evercoat)



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    Re: Strongest bond

    I'd bet either 2 or 3



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    Re: Strongest bond

    depends on what you are doing... are you laying a piece of plastic on the mdf or are you putting it like perpendicular to the mdf?

    2 part epoxy works well on plastic, but I have never used it on mdf.

    Is it going to be for looks or performance? If you want it to look good, I would NOT use liquid nails



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    Re: Strongest bond

    I am affixing a ring to a door panel.

    Mostly for performance as I will be covering it up in microfiber



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    Re: Strongest bond

    use 3M 5200 that **** is strong enough to glue a 10000 lb keel to the hull of a boat and it ripped the hull apart when they tried to remove it



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    Re: Strongest bond

    will it stick to a door panel?



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    Re: Strongest bond

    I think this

    3M™ Marine Adhesive Sealant Fast Cure 5200


    may be the ticket



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    Re: Strongest bond

    I responded to this on DIYMA.




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    Re: Strongest bond

    The 3M stuff will probably be as strong as you're going to get. I do know that I used a 2 part epoxy on some PVC ports and there is no way in hell I'm ever going to get them out. I tried my hardest to remove one on a test piece and I almost broke my arm.



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    Re: Strongest bond

    Well....here is what I come up with:

    I am going to use this to attach rings to my door panel and a-pillar:

    http://www.azautobodysupply.com/fiev891seepa.html

    Then use this to smooth it out and whatnot:

    http://www.azautobodysupply.com/fievglgasi.html


    Grand total is $61.93

    Is that more or less than what you pay for similar products?







    Or I can use the two-part epoxy, fiberglass, and body filler I already own.



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