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Attaching Dust filter/fabric to plastic.

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Hello.
I was thinking i would start modding a bit, it's my first time so i thought i would start small.
Im gonna mod the front fan area on my r4, remove the plastic swirls covering the fans on the removeable fan tray and the fan filter.
I have a filter material ready but im not sure which glue i should use.
Would appriciate some tips.
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Depends what your filter fabric is made from and what you are attaching it to. If both are some form of plastic which are compatible, a solvent would work, or heating with a soldering iron to melt them together. For an actual fabric (nylon? cotton?) you'll have to use some type of adhesive. I usually have good results with 3M Super 77. Spray it on both parts, let dry, then bring the parts together, adding some stretch to the fabric before putting it in contact with the frame.
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