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    hi, what should i use to stick this to my boot-lid? its currently on with double sided foam adhesive tape, but is starting to lift at the edges so im going to take it off and re-fix it. i was just wondering if anyone else had done this and knew what i should use- i dont want to end up getting an adhesive that isnt strong enough!

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    You want something like this...LINK. 3M are usually the best to use.
     
     

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    I heard in another thread that Tiger Seal is really really good. Might be worth doing a search for that, apparently it's around a tenner from a garage

    Here's where I saw the recommendation - http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...ost157597.html
     
     

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    just a quick tip mate,use a light t-cut to remove any wax from the paintwork before you fix it on as this will let the adhesive bond to the paintwork more securely
     
     

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