I will be using "No Nonsanse" (supposedly) liquid contact adhesive on foam backed vinil on cabin sides around ports.
This glue is very thick and I would like to thin it down to make it easier to spread.
I contacted the distributers this morn but they havent a clue what thinners to use.
What a load of nonsense.
I have done this job, and I respectfully suggest that you keep the Non Nonsense for use on final trim edges.
You really should use a contact spray adhesive from a carpet fitters, for which you will also require a 3M Mask, or be prepared to stagger around pished for a couple of hours and have a bad head.
You then spray it to both surfaces, have a quick cup of tea and apply. Peel back edges if not stuck, and brush on the no nonsense.
I think I paid about a fiver for a big tall tin of it from Hawke House, enough to do the entire headlining on my 25 footer.
Here is the blurbhttp://www.hawkehouse.co.uk/default.asp
ADHESIVES: Special contact adhesives are used to bond the fabrics directly to the hull, coach roof or panels and both surfaces should be coated for the best results. Tradegrip High Heat adhesive spread on to the hull side etc., and TRADE TACK sprayed onto the reverse side of the fabric. SAF 60 is used for lapping & finishing. Foam backed vinyls onto removable ply panels WA40 can be used as an alternative to contact adhesives coating the board only.