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    What kind of adhesive can I use to reattach a traction pad?

    I bought a new WRV nugget this weekend and like a dummy I didn't wait nearly long enough for the adhesive to bond with the deck and as a result the tail blocks are peeling away. What can I use to reattach it, or would I be better off buying a new pad? I've tried marine epoxy, super glue, semen, quikrete, and molasses already, to no success.

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    if you have already tried a molasses and semen mixture i cant help you my friend. have you tried ***** juice from a prostitute it has been said that is the stick with a grip.

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    3M Hi Strength 90 Spray Adhesive. After you've cleaned both surfaces with Goo Gone.

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    Gorilla Glue......


    Impacting the coast for Jesus

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    Quote Originally Posted by still stoked View Post
    3M Hi Strength 90 Spray Adhesive. After you've cleaned both surfaces with Goo Gone.
    I appreciate this info, but is it legit? There are so many people on this website that would happily give me advice that would definitely ruin my board.

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    In this particular instance I'm not yanking your chain. I've done it successfully. Make sure you have enough pressure on the pad. Also read the instructions.

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    You blew it dude, just go and buy a new one

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    Super glue works best- if in doubt - I would ask GRUVI - he should know

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    Try the 3m supper 77 or 90 spray after cleaned properly. It was designed for automotive industry for adhering trim and door molding. I use both daily in boot fitting. Waterproof and long lasting. The only way I can get it to release after used is a thermostat controlled heat gun. JUSt Clean both surfaces Extreemly Well Before Applying. Good luck. 1 can about ten bucks. New pad 30ish n up. Oh by the way read both labels first! one or the other may or may not react with board material depending on boards build.

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    Are you using cheap super glue or the real thing, super glue from the dollar store never works. Unless you really like the existing trac pad, get a new pad, if you use any adhesive that WILL stick...it will never come off.