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    Attatching Mesh to bumper??

    Got my coupe bumper sorted but needs meshing between the fog's just wondered what the best way of attatching it is?

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    On my MK3 i used a bead of silicone around the aperture, then fitted the mesh.

    Waited for it to dry then put another bead round the same line.

    Held fine.

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    cool, was thinking that just wanted to see if there was a alternative or better option, another job for tomorrow now lovely

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    I used small self tappers,easy to do if theres an area of thicker plastic to use!!

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    hot glue gun mate goes off instantly and it works better than silicon also handy for lots of other things

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    My mesh is moulded around the opening with a larger tab either end thats screwed under the fog light fixings
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