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Dash trim repair

1781cc Jun 12, 2018

  1. 1781cc

    1781cc New Member

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    hi all, need some recommendations on what glue to use to fix my glovebox trim panel carbon back onto it’s plastic back as it’s become separated.

    I know the panel is curved and I’ve already tested holding it together with cable ties so that it can set to form, I just need a good, permanent, slow setting glue.

    Any ideas?
     
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  3. mikep99

    mikep99 Active Member Team Phantom Audi RS4

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    Have a look at JB Weld.
    Comes in 2 tubes.
    I've used it a few times and very impressed.

    Mike

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  4. boffin486

    boffin486 Well-Known Member

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    I've always liked using Araldite (two part - there's a fast & a slow setting version) - it sets hard & I have experimented and found that a small scoosh of paint can be mixed in to colour match it.
     
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  5. 1781cc

    1781cc New Member

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    Thanks for the replies, J-B Weld isnt stocked anywhere near me but Araldite is, so will probably give that a go - great tip about the paint and slow drying version though!
     
  6. Rob Avant

    Rob Avant Active Member Team Phantom TFSI Owners Group Audi A4 Audi Avant Owner Group quattro

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    Araldite is a good call... I used it on my last car to repair lots of things. Think it was held together by Araldite and cable ties in the end!
     

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