Glue for speaker grill cloth

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raghukanthjoshi

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need a suggestion my speaker grill cloth is peeling off which is on a metal frame any suggestion on adhesive to paste it.

Note: fevicol doesnt work, Fevikwik will leave a mark on the cloth.

Thanks
Raghu
 

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Reay

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If the speaker cabinet is old in the 70s or later , there were no fevicol or other adhesive , only rubberized solution was used ,Dunlop is one brand used in those days
 

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Use Fevibond, small quantity on both the frame and cloth, let it dry for 10 minutes then stick it together and keep something heavy atop to maintain the said pressure overnight for a perfect bond.
 

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Is that metal part under the peeled cloth rusted? If yes dab some isopropyl alcohol or water on a cloth & clean the rusty part to remove any loose dirt. Then follow procedure mentioned by delhite2 for sticking with Fevibond.
 

raghukanthjoshi

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Is that metal part under the peeled cloth rusted? If yes dab some isopropyl alcohol or water on a cloth & clean the rusty part to remove any loose dirt. Then follow procedure mentioned by delhite2 for sticking with Fevibond.
sure thanks for the advice will follow and update fevibond is recommended by many would try
 
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