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post #1 of 3 Old Sep 1st, 2016, 1:11 am Thread Starter
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Luggage trim epoxy?

I am replacing the damaged chrome trim strips on each side of the luggage. The manual says they are glued on so heat with a heat gun to soften and pry them off. After cleaning is says glue them on with epoxy adhesive.

Any idea what product I should use?

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Re: Luggage trim epoxy?

double side tape
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Re: Luggage trim epoxy?

Automotive trim.. doublesided tape for moulding. Any good auto supply . Body shop supply would have it.
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