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Wish'n I was Fish'n!
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spray can! sheeesh..

I guess I could mask the sides of the rod holder, spray the holder all the way to the edge, roll the loose carpet back down, then wedge a piece of a pool noodle or something in there to hold it until it sets, and then pull the masking tape off.

Thanks Duck.
 

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Contact cement can be brushed on without creating a mess. Spray can adhesive is a bit scary when you are trying to keep it contained to a certain area. You would have to tape and cover any areas that could get over spray.
 

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Yep - spray can.

It is the same glue that is used to put the interior roof liners in cars.

Listen to el9 - tape and cover up a big area. No need for the noodle. Just hold it for a few minutes and slowly flop into place.
 

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I used this on carpet under the gunnels of my Challenger.  10 years later and still holding like day one.  This is what HB uses on their gunnel carpet too. Brush it on, let it tack up and press down. Done!

 

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That's the exact cement I have used in the past, it works well. Just follow the directions and avoid dripping it anywhere you dont want it.
 
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