The Permatex Body Shop Adhesive also comes in an aerosol can form. It is meant to be used for heavy-duty projects that require strong bonding. Some of its most recommended uses include carpets, door panels, headliners, and trunk linings. The best surfaces to use this adhesive on are foam, plastic, rubber, and also fabric.
On the spray can, you will find three different nozzle settings from low to high. This is put in place so you can adjust the pressure and amount of adhesive that comes out. You will be able to control the application more this way and avoid getting adhesive everywhere.
Some of the best qualities of this aerosol adhesive are that it is resistant to water and extreme weather. The adhesive can withstand extreme weather conditions whether it is cold or hot weather. It will also stay intact even if it comes in contact with water. However, you should still avoid getting bonded objects wet anyway.
As for its drawbacks, you may get some visible stains after using this. It dries pretty clean, but it does not dry clear. You might have some tan-colored stains left behind. This is an easy fix, though, and you can paint over the stains to cover them up.
Will this bond immediately?
No, this adhesive does not bond upon contact. You can still make some small adjustments after the application.
Does this give off gas or an odor after it dries?
No, this does not emit gas or fumes after drying.
Does the adhesive become clear once it has dried?
The glue dries white or tan depending on the surface and environmental conditions.