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post #2 of (permalink) Old 11th December 2010
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Re: Spoiler fixings

Tiger Seal is the best product I have found.

You can buy it in black, white & clear formulations.

I have re-attached broken wing mirrors with this, and although it takes a full day to cure (longer if you can spare it), and you'll probably need to apply pressure on the spoiler with bungee cords or similar, it will form the most robust, 'factory' bond.

Any excess can be wiped away with thinners on a cloth - just watch any freshly-painted areas.



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