3M™ Headliner Adhesive securely bonds heavyweight automotive fabrics to metal surfaces. This adhesive creates a secure hold for bonding headlines, carpet, foam and other materials. Aerosol spray makes application quick and easy.
3M™ Headliner Adhesive bonds automotive headliners, carpet and other fabrics with exceptional strength. Our adhesive formula effectively bonds fabrics to non-porous materials such as metal and plastic. The attachment resists the deteriorating effects of moisture, humidity, heat, cold and other environmental conditions.
When installing fabric materials in a vehicle you need our specially formulated adhesive that creates a strong bond but will not stain or discolor the fabric. Our aerosol can dispenses a consistent, even coat of adhesive that reduces the chance of over-saturation. An adjustable nozzle also helps direct the application of the adhesive.
Our adhesive dries in 30 to 60 minutes depending on environmental conditions. This gives you a reasonable working time to complete the job, but sets fast enough to speed the completion of automotive restoration projects.
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