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    Default Whats the best glue to use for a poly tarp?

    I want to paly around with a tarp idea that I have. What glue, or other method to join things together works best?

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    Contact Cement "Pliobond" apply to both surfaces, let dry to touch, stickum!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chezrad View Post
    I want to paly around with a tarp idea that I have. What glue, or other method to join things together works best?
    Do you need to be able to easily 'undo' it and try something else?
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    Default No need to undo

    Quote Originally Posted by Skidsteer View Post
    Do you need to be able to easily 'undo' it and try something else?
    the tarp, I have access to a boatload of used ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelph View Post
    Contact Cement "Pliobond" apply to both surfaces, let dry to touch, stickum!!!!!!!!
    Would it also work well if I wanted to hook a net to the inside of the tarp (pulling down, not lateral)?

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    Never tried that!!!!! Give it a try on a small trial piece. Experiment!!!!!!!

    Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I've got no problem experimenting. I just didn't want to re-invent the wheel. You guys have been doing this stuff alot longer than I have. Cheers!

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