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Old 07-24-2012, 03:22 PM   #11
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I used contact cement on carpet on my van and it held up for years. I used DAP Weldwood Original Contact Cement, 32 oz can. I carefully followed the directions, coated both sides, waited until they got sticky and put up the carpet.

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I'm sure contact cement would work fine, but be damn sure you have the carpet lined up correctly because you won't get a second chance. That stuff sticks like grim death on contact and if you're using light weight carpet you'll have to destroy the carpet to get it off again.

I like my adhesives to have a bit of open time so I can fix the inevitable mistakes.
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I was afraid to say that.
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roach711: haha

I was able to successfully carpet my ceiling with the 3M ultra strength spray adhesive. You spray both sides(carpet and ceiling), and let it sit a bit till it becomes tacky, then putting it up is a breeze as it just sticks in place. It's on extremely well, too, I haven't had any problems with peeling.
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