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here it goes... i want to glue some velvet dust to the bottom of a piece of plastic. i'm making some spacers for my stereo equip. for extra vent.. the velvet dust is for a less slippery surfice. my basic question is- what is the easiest and or best glue to dip the edge of the plastic first then sprinkle the dust to attach. these by no means have to be pretty. no one will see them. i use 16mm 3inch film cores as the spacers, there plastic and i thought alittle velvet dust might increases friction enough so they dont slide to much.

thanks greg
Hello and welcome. For that particular materials i would use water based latex glue (as the glue must not bee too stiff).

Personally i would use plain sliced cork as the anti-slippery surface.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

thank you i'll look into plain sliced cork



Let me know if it perform to your expectation when you try it.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

i will

good luck

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