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Thread: Help with Glue.. Rest/strikplate

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    Help with Glue.. Rest/strikplate

    Well my Martin Savanna's rest/strike plate is worn and ripped, I have a new peice of leather ready to be glued in but do not want to ruin any of the finish on the wood. I tried Elmers Rubber Cement but it doesnt stick very well when cured.. any brand adhesives you guys use in particuler?
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    Easy to find an work well for me was the permante glue stick an do both sides the rest an a little on the riser . or barge cement harder to find.

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    Barge is great for rugs....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongos View Post
    Well my Martin Savanna's rest/strike plate is worn and ripped, I have a new peice of leather ready to be glued in but do not want to ruin any of the finish on the wood. I tried Elmers Rubber Cement but it doesnt stick very well when cured.. any brand adhesives you guys use in particuler?
    I use contact cement... not sure of the brand... but there is a process... paint both sides... let it dry.. then coat one side lightly and stick together...

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    ever try dr. scholls foot pad ? its a peel and stick thing.. i've got a couple of bows that have had the same pad on them for gosh.. maybe 20 years.

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    Double sided tape.



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