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Old 07-16-2018, 05:07 PM   #1
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Boy that's a dirty job, ripping out the interior vinyl, still have a lot to go though.

For information, according to their markings on the vinyl inside the Playpac, the brand used was NAUOLEX.

This according to google search is a marine grade vinyl, used on boats. This is still available for sale in a wide variety of colors and patterns. It appears to be put on primarily by NAUOLEX brand of adhesive possibly called #88. It had to be a pretty potent adhesive to have held on so well since 1973.

Now I know what I have in my hair, dried glue residue, dirt, dust, dead bug parts - I think I need to clean up.


Well if you wanted to know about bio-hazard of materials - this is what was probably used. If I need to do any gluing I will probably look for a modern version of this formula from the company, 45 years is a long time for glue to stick

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Boy that's a dirty job, ripping out the interior vinyl, still have a lot to go though.

For information, according to their markings on the vinyl inside the Playpac, the brand used was NAUOLEX.

This according to google search is a marine grade vinyl, used on boats. This is still available for sale in a wide variety of colors and patterns. It appears to be put on primarily by NAUOLEX brand of adhesive possibly called #88. It had to be a pretty potent adhesive to have held on so well since 1973.

Now I know what I have in my hair, dried glue residue, dirt, dust, dead bug parts - I think I need to clean up.


Well if you wanted to know about bio-hazard of materials - this is what was probably used. If I need to do any gluing I will probably look for a modern version of this formula from the company, 45 years is a long time for glue to stick

regards Doyle
Looks like a pretty safe adhesive still on the market: https://doc.jamestowndistributors.co...x/NA88MSDS.pdf
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