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Old 07-11-2012, 10:01 PM   #1
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door panel peeling

Hey guys, in this incredible heat my driver's side door panel in my 06 gt decided to peel. My passenger door now has a bubble in it as well. Has anyone else ever had this problem? If so how did you fix it?
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Old 07-12-2012, 02:17 PM   #2
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Re: door panel peeling

Post some pics so we get a better idea of what's going on.
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Here is the peeling, tried to get a picture of the bubble but it didn't show up well.
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Honestly gorilla glue will hold it fine. Same thing happened in my girlfriends escape due to the heat and I used a really heavy duty glue. I applied a decent bead all around the edge and put an x in the middle. I worked my way around it folding the edges in as I went. I did get glue on her door which is a vinyl so I was able to get it off rather easily with a mr clean magic eraser. Just take your time and be careful. If you have cloth along that piece that fell off then you will need to mask it off before doing any work; I should have done the same lol. Ohh and leave the windows down over night or it will be a hotbox of that nasty stench.
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They sell a 3m spray glue that's use for interior of cars. Works great. Will need to clean the surface of loose particles l, spray it and press firmly.
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They sell a 3m spray glue that's use for interior of cars. Works great. Will need to clean the surface of loose particles l, spray it and press firmly.
i love this stuff
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