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Rubber on the inside of car door door is ripped

The rubber on the car door is ripped.can I glue it together?what kind of glue?how about heating the rubber?Thank you

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If you do use glue use a hot glue gun but becarefull not too touch the rubber with the gun

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Use a high grade two sided tape to repair or some high grade rubber base contact cement clean both surfaces with rubbing alcohol completly before reattaching.

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