Heat Resistant Contact Adhesive
Oval Track Cars, 12 fl. oz. Liquid Measurement
- 12 quarts liquid measurement
- One can will cover approximately 4' x 6' sheets (or 48 sq. ft.) of insulation
- Bonds to carpet, hood pads, headlining material, fiberglass, metal, plastic, and wood
- Formulated for use with heat shields and insulation material
This is a 12 oz. spray can of contact adhesive. Formulated for use with heat shields and insulation material. High heat resistance. Bonds to carpet, hood pads, headlining material, fiberglass, metal, plastic, and wood.
A minimum of one can is necessary when installing two 4' x 6' sheets (or 48 sq. ft.) of insulation.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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