We have a few places in our Boler
where the ensolite sags a bit. We'd like to fix this before it spreads and goes from a small sag to a full on droop.
(I've checked it out and I don't believe the sags are due to leaks
... just age I suppose.)
From reading the forums I have seen the following glues suggested or used. I am wondering, now that time has passed, how these have held up for people.
Can anyone vouch for any of the following glues or suggest any alternatives?
LePage Press-Tite Green Contact Cement
3M Super 90
3M Super 77
On a side note; since the sags aren't at any edges or cupboards, we are going to use a large-bore syringe to poke a hole and squirt the glue around the interior so that we don't have to cut open the ensolite. Thoughts? Comments?