Earlier this year before embarking on a longish holiday abroad with the
car, I had the idea of using Velcro pads to fix a few small objects in
the car so that they could be conveniently to hand.
This worked very well until I got into hot sunny conditions, when the
velcro adhesive just melted - I would guess that it's only good up to
about 60 °C. I believe Velcro (or someone) do a high temperature
version of their hook & loop pads, but I don't think it's normally sold
to the public. At any rate I've been unable to find anywhere to buy it.
One solution might be to use a non-adhesive velcro (of the kind used in
outdoor clothing) and my own adhesive to stick it down. So my question
is, what is a suitable adhesive? I want something that is:
a) suitable for a vinyl car interior
b) good up to about 100 °C,
c) able to stand vibration,
d) (ideally) removable from vinyl with a suitable solvent
Mike Lane (UK North Yorkshire)
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