had a fireplace insert faceplate fabricated, have just painted it and now
need to attach it to tile. looks more or less like this
the faceplate is flat and I would like to glue it to tile...........looking
for some glue that is strong but not super so strong that it is impossible
to remove for maintenance.
i have some construction adhesive around but is it too strong..... also
thought of 2 face tape but the only tape i have is to thick and would cause
the faceplate to stick out to far. Looking for ideas.
You can get double sided tape in many thicknesses. Film type carpet tabe
has virtually no thickness and sticks very well, need to use it gingerly.
Another possibility is spray adhesive; with some types the permanence varied
depending upon how long it dries before joining the surfaces. I'm assuming
that the face plate doesn't get hot hot.
On 7/3/2014 3:40 PM, email@example.com wrote:
I'd not trust any adhesive or tape if you are going to use this with
burning wood. Last thing you need is some tape letting loose while the
fire is going Make a mechanical fastener that can be bolted or latched.
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