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Reattaching paper moisture barrier in door? by commodore_dude
Started on: 03-29-2014 02:25 PM
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Last post by: smartaxel on 03-29-2014 11:19 PM
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After having my passenger door apart for some work a few months ago, I'm finally ready to put it back together but I'm not sure what is the correct way to secure the paper moisture barrier (I assume that's what it's for) back to the door frame. It looks like it was originally attached with some kind of glue, but what's the "correct" way to secure it as it came from the factory?

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The factory stuff is kind of a tar like material. If you don't care about original look to can just use some duct tape.
If you want something like the original then find an electrical supply business that supplies to electricians. There is a material that is used for sealing conduet that is very close to the factory stuff.
Here is a link that you can use to ask for it. It's a tacky tar like material that stays sticky. Just make sure the surfaces are dry and clean. It does not like to stick to dust and dirt. Warm it up, roll it out in worms and smash it on.

http://www.cableorganizer.c...er-bender/duct-seal/

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I use 3m "window weld" ribbon sealer.. it never dries, stays sticky and is avail at the auto parts store
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