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I am having difficulty glueing PVC together. I

I am having difficulty glueing PVC together. I have tried roughening the surfaces and cleaning any residual oil off the surfaces with detergent. One particular type of hot glue (for use with a 3M polygun definitely works, but I do not know the product number. Do you know what type of hot glue i should be using?

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3M Hot Melt 3764 is the correct adhesive for PVC.

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That product is very expensive, I would try Power Adhesives 246. It is a high performance hot melt for dent pulling. Acrylic hot melts also work very well for bonding plastic. Both can be found in a 1/2" stick for the 3M AE II at about half the price of the 3M 3764. Hotmelt.com, Gluegun.com, Amazon, etc.

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They sell PVC cement at home depot, does it need to be hot glue?

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