Rubber flashback shields won’t stay up

jmamrak

Registered Member
Original poster
Jul 17, 2014
380
Lagrange KY
My code3 supervisor is a 2 piece unit. The original flashback rubbers were old and I had to duck tape them up. I got tired of looking at the duck tape. I called code 3 and they graciously sent me a free replacement set of the same rubber flashback shields I had. I removed the red 3m adhesive backing and stuck them up the other night. I did it at around 0100 to mitigate the heat. I also installed my sun visor before I went to bed to give the adhesive ample time to cure. When I got in my truck at 1400 both rubber flashback shields were on the floor.
Not sure what to do now?
How can I reattach them?
Should I use expoxy or super glue?
Or should I just get another set?
I will add pictures of everything. Thanks
 

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SafetyLighting

Senior Member
Oct 20, 2010
803
Rehoboth, MA
This is an ongoing issue. We always hot glue them on before each install because its inevitable that they will fall off. I just put the tip of the gun under the edge and run it all the way from one end to the other.
 

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