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Flashing for night roosting bats #6270876
07/02/18 04:20 AM
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What's the best way to attach long pieces with making it unsightly with fasteners? I'm covering wood. I'm thinking some combination of trim nails and adhesive, but not sure what adhesive would be best. All suggestions welcome.

Re: Flashing for night roosting bats [Re: webfootwhacker] #6271082
07/02/18 03:22 PM
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I do what you have described many times. Just use as many trim nails as needed to hold the flashing piece in position until the adhesive cures. It will stay forever then. I have used silicone and other clear flexing fastening glues for such projects.

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