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contact cement

noun
1.
synthetic adhesive that is applied separately to the surfaces to be joined and is allowed to dry, with the surfaces then being brought into contact: often used to join veneers.
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  • Refacing entails bonding new material, either plastic laminate or wood veneer, over the old cabinet faces with contact cement.
  • Gaskets shall be closed cell neoprene and shall be installed with contact cement for a permanent bond.
  • Vapors from contact cement, gasoline, cleaning fluids or other flammable liquids can be ignited by the pilot of the kitchen range.
  • There are some safer alternatives to traditional contact cement as well.
  • The use of contact cement is recommended when installing the tape on concrete or over older markings.
  • New filters can be secured with rubber contact cement or double-side adhesive tape.

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