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Old 12-23-2002, 09:57 PM
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Need an answer by Tue morn. before I go to work if I can??

Will fiberglass adhere to glass? I need to seal 3) 1 1/2' x 4' sections of glass in the sides and bottom of a 1000 gal. water tunnel made of FG.

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short answer NO, sorry
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sabers right . . . fiberglass wont . . but if your trying to seal a seam or bond you might try 3M's marine adhesive/sealant . . .that stuff bonds like crazy. cant remember the # right now but im sure someone will
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Uh, howz about a long answer.....

Thanks, Thats what I thought. Guess I will stick with the trusty silicone.
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3M 5200/5300 might be a good solution here......
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3M 5200 is your ONLY hope.

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How about Duct Tape
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5200 Quick cure in the red tube, skins all most immediately when water is sprayed on it!
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