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How do I install a Top Performance table top replacement mat on the grooming table?

Do I use glue? What kind of glue? Should I remove the original mat first?

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I would use contact cement. It is applied to both surfaces and is allowed to dry to touch. Then when you next touch the surfaces, they will be permanently bonded. You can find water based cement, MUCH easier to work with.

Consider using lots of dowel rods to keep the materials separated as you assemble.

Normally you would remove the original mat, sometimes you can bond to it.

Posted on Nov 03, 2012

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    mariettae Nov 04, 2012

    Thanks Mike -- appreciate your help. I was thinking along the same lines...just saw a video on how to apply laminate to furniture and they uaes the same technique with the dowel rods. Mt doggie thanks you too!

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