Originally Posted by Russell
I use high heat resistant adhesive all the time, it's used for making things such as plastic laminate counter tops, it will withstand high heat applications, but it does soften up when heat is applied. once it cools off it will continue to adhese to the product. To remove the adhesive use lacquer thinner. you might ask a local upholstery shop what they use in hot climates. Good luck.
The 3M 90 dried normally in AZ winder days but lost its adhesion after a while and a year later when I removed it it was stocky and did not cure.
I asked 3M what they recommended and said solvent as I was using and had already tried acetone, lacquer thinner, and alcohol. None of it worked. A heat gun was actually the best using a washcloth that would roll the stuff into a ball.
A flap wheel was the only thing really effective. I primed the headliner again and used the Automotive-grade 3m headline product. Summer is over so I hope it is fully cured by next summer.
BTW, go Braves I graduated from LHS in the 75