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Old 12 March 2019, 22:03   #1
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I live on a small island off the coast of Mexico & have a hypalon inflatable boat ( Takacat) . I was wondering if itís ok to use 3M 5200 on a hypalon to glue on a carrying handle which has come off. Iím unable to obtain any hypalon glue due to shipping flammable containers but do have a new unopened tube of 5200.

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I live on a small island off the coast of Mexico & have a hypalon inflatable boat ( Takacat) . I was wondering if itís ok to use 3M 5200 on a hypalon to glue on a carrying handle which has come off. Iím unable to obtain any hypalon glue due to shipping flammable containers but do have a new unopened tube of 5200.

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Easy answer ; No
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