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Glides and silicon's

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Glides and silicon's

Post by Matt; My carpet cleaner on Tue Jul 24, 2018 9:53 pm

What is a good silicon/adhesive to secure a glide to wand?
Something that actually has some grab and won't breakdown and come undone.
I redid mine last week with goop, and its falling off. I've used seal all and different silicon's. But some dont hold up:(

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Post by milspec6 on Wed Jul 25, 2018 4:56 pm

I used to use "Shoe Goo", but lately I find that automotive windshield sealant works better. It self-flows into the creavices better and seals up tight. I am on 2 years since using it on my commerical wand and it hasn't failed yet. Just do it outside as that stuff really stinks until dry...clear as well.

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