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does anyone know the best adhesive / glue to stick on plastic graphics ive taken them off because they were peeling cleaned them up with kerosene so they are dust/ oil free spotless on the back



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Hi John - you are being a busy chap!

In the past, I have stuck down the odd flappy bit of decal with contact adhesive such as UHU. Never tried it with a whole sheet though...

It would be good to hear what other owners have tried biggrin

Brian



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just trying to catch up or may be boredom cant watch telly too much rather play out in garage but lets see what other members use



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Good question.  I don't have any answers . But I'd be thinking what it's like to clean off if there's a next set of stickers fitted .is there some type of vinyl wrap adhesive available ? 

 

I don't have any graphics I might fit them if one day I was to be selling the bike.  



-- Edited by ttboof on Tuesday 31st of December 2019 10:00:26 PM



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Thing is that if you have to replace the stickers at later stage it wouldn't matter if you had to scrape off the old stickers and glue as, if the plastics get roughed up a bit, any damage would be covered by the new ones biggrin

Plus there is nearly always a solvent for any type of glue wink



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many thanks ive cleaned the old ones with kerosene it brings off all the glue



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Ados F2 works great... I have not tried it on a plastic tank...

www.crc.co.nz/Multi-Purpose-Spray-Adhesive/6895-f27e32b3-7b45-45a0-a17a-4d16aefa20ad/



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