It is in liquid form you apply it To one side and spray the other side with the Activating spray when they come together They cure within seconds once aligned you can respray With the activator spray and you will get a better result
Perhaps because it must be handled very carefully, and is probably not safe for the average uninformed consumer. Once the two surfaces are joined, there is absolutely no movement option or room for error. Do not get it on your hands!
It will work on rubber, but it might not be a permanent fix. I think you might have to re-apply over time but this stuff is great and worth a try.
I don't think that would fall under the purpose for this product. I wouldn't trust a bracket to support weight if it was glued to the wall with this product.
I've been looking for this myself and I can't find it either. I went to Fast Cap and purchased something similar. but it was more money.
No, CA will cure without the activator. However you will have to hold the joint for 3 to 4 minutes before it is strong enough to stay together. The activator accelerates the cure.
I don't see why it wouldn't work. The label states that it will work on steel. Haven't used it with brass but I have not been disappointed with any of the materials I've used it on. Well worth the money spent.
This adhesive works well and is quite strong, not as strong as advertised, that being said I'm not sure it would be a choice for a headliner. Once you put it on it has a fairly quick set up time and when you add the activator spray it speeds up the process and you won't be able to make adjustments or remove wrinkles. There are spray adhesives made for headliners aslo 3M makes a spray adhesive that would probably do the job really well it is good adhesive for that type of application. I hope this helps and best of luck with your headliner.
If your question is about glueing material to a rod, frame or some other surface that sits on a window of plastic or glass, it works well and almost instant, when used properly. However, I’ve not experienced your specific situation but it’s the only glue I use when I want to fix anything plastic or material based. But most of what I’ve used it on are fixed or non-moveable parts, so having it used on a object that’s constantly flexing like a convertible back window is questionable. I used it on a car leather arm rest seam and it held for a few months but eventually failed from constantly grabbing it to close the car door.