I am curious about the use of the 5200. I thought that it was a permanent adhesive and extremely strong bond. I believe Robert Johans uses it to adhere wood blocks to the bare interior of FG to hang cabinets. Would not the 5200 literally make changing rivets out a real challenge? I'm just thinking out loud as I want to replace some rivets and am considering doing something similar but would want to remove the rivets at a later date if needed. The 3M 4200 states" Formulated to allow for disassembly of parts". Has anyone used the 4200???
3MTM Adhesive/Sealant Fast Cure 4200 is designed to allow disassembly of wood and fiberglass parts
bonded together. If a permanent bond is desired, use 3MTM Marine Adhesive/Sealant 5200 or Marine
Adhesive/Sealant Fast Cure 5200.
Typical bonding and sealing applications include:
-Fiberglass deck to fiberglass hull
-Wood to fiberglass
-Between struts and planking
-Some plastics (test before assembly)
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