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What are some good glues for upholstery?

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3M FoamFast 74, Polymat 777 Upholstery Adhesive, National Guards 633 Foam Lock and Elmer's E455 Extra Strong Spray Adhesive are all good spray adhesives for upholstery. They all leave soft, non-dimpling glue lines.

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3M FoamFast 74 spray adhesive quickly bonds various types of fabrics to wood, foam, plastic, metal and other surfaces. Polymat 777 Upholstery Adhesive comes in an aerosol spray can. It is an environmentally friendly product and contains no chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs. The product fastens various materials quickly, but it does not work well on vinyl.

National Guards 633 Foam Lock is a web spray adhesive that comes in an aerosol can. It strongly bonds porous surfaces, such as foam and fabric, to other porous surfaces or to nonporous surfaces, including wood, plastic and metal. It fastens quickly and has a low soak-in, which prevents the glue from bleeding through fabrics.

Elmer's E455 Extra Strong Spray Adhesive creates a strong, long-lasting bond between fabric, wood and various other materials. It has an acid-free, fast-tack formula that dries clear, never yellows and does not bleed through. This adhesive's bottle comes with a wide pad nozzle for mess-free application. Additionally, it has a vertical spray pattern that creates a consistent application and prevents clumping.

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