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- Sub Brand: Weatherstrip
- Product Form: Liquid
- Product Type: Automotive Adhesive
- Container Size: 5 oz.
- Adhesion Level: High Strength
- Sandable: No
- Solvent Resistant: Yes
- Moisture Resistant: Yes
- Dries Clear: Yes
- Color: Yellow
- UV Resistant: No
- Recommended Surface Type: Rubber
- Adhesive Type: Adhesive
- Curing Time: 24 hr.
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Comments about 3M Super Adhesive Weatherstrip Adhesive (8001):
Had tried various adhesives, spray, epoxy, tube. Trying to get a neoprene guard to bond to an aluminum anchor. Avoiding all that might cause the neoprene to break down. None of those I tried lasted long around the boat, salt water and all. Last year, guy at Ace[weston fl store] recommended the 3M. In almost a year, not one problem with failure or breaking down of bond. nearest thing to any downside [not really] is the need to clamp and let it cure for the best seal/bond. the anchor sat in the bilge for two weeks once, cuz I forgot it and no problems