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Old 05-26-2005, 03:06 AM   #11
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Not to steal the topic, but what do you suggest for reapplying badges. Tried a few different things and it didn't work too well. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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To re-apply, i use 3M badge adhesive. From the looks of it it'* fancy super glue. I've used superglue in the past and given it plenty of time to set up and it works fine.
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