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I need some advice too......... #14421214 07/15/22 09:52 PM
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I have a boat lift in my boat house thats just red iron I beam, I need to put some marine carpet on it, what kinda glue am I lookin for ?
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Re: I need some advice too......... [Re: JoeS1947] #14421586 07/16/22 03:26 PM
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I use contact cement on boat and trailer carpet.

https://www.amazon.com/00271-Weldwood-Original-Contact-Cement/dp/B0006MXRY8

Donโ€™t use around flames or smoke. It is blow your house up explosive.

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Re: I need some advice too......... [Re: JoeS1947] #14421655 07/16/22 04:46 PM
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same, weldwood contact cement. if it has walls and is enclosed open all the ventilation you can.

buy some throwaway brushes, they are done when you are due to the glue.

have to coat both surfaces so buy enough, when you apply the carpet be really sure it is where you want it, light pressure and the glue is there for good. use something to push the surfaces together, wood or rubber roller or block of 2x4 rubbed on it with pressure.

should last for a lot of yrs.


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Re: I need some advice too......... [Re: JoeS1947] #14425622 07/20/22 08:56 PM
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easy to get out of the water to work on or will it stay damp while working on it?

Re: I need some advice too......... [Re: Bigguy1] #14433902 07/29/22 04:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Bigguy1
easy to get out of the water to work on or will it stay damp while working on it?

Originally Posted by Bigguy1
easy to get out of the water to work on or will it stay damp while working on it?



Thanks men for all the good advice, its out of the water.
Best/joe


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