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       * Can be easily reworked using a common hair dryer       * Can be easily reworked using a common hair dryer
       * Downside is it softens slightly (loses bond strength) in hot weather, but you can buy higher temperature stuff built for this. Once it cools down again, it's back in action. Doesn'       * Downside is it softens slightly (loses bond strength) in hot weather, but you can buy higher temperature stuff built for this. Once it cools down again, it's back in action. Doesn'
-      * To stick to non sticky surfaces, either sand it or make it permeable. Rivets! {{youtube>rCZrGZirRkg?medium}} {{youtube>Rt2OWYFBOoI?medium}}+      * To stick to non sticky surfaces, either sand it or make it permeable. Rivets! YouTube Link! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCZrGZirRkg YouTube Link! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt2OWYFBOoI
     * Silicone glue (for gluing to and sealing the LED strip silicone sheath. siliconized acrylic doesn't work. <del>Buy a big 100% silicone tube for $5, caulk gun style (buy one of those too if you haven't yet, you'll keep using it)). Also, can seal using a nail inserted into it, I think. **Not sure, Google it**</del> Not all glues are the same! Permatex RTV is a known good brand. Not sure about other RTV silicones. GE 100% is a known not great one.     * Silicone glue (for gluing to and sealing the LED strip silicone sheath. siliconized acrylic doesn't work. <del>Buy a big 100% silicone tube for $5, caulk gun style (buy one of those too if you haven't yet, you'll keep using it)). Also, can seal using a nail inserted into it, I think. **Not sure, Google it**</del> Not all glues are the same! Permatex RTV is a known good brand. Not sure about other RTV silicones. GE 100% is a known not great one.
     * Epoxy (for the neodymium magnets and optionally the steel). JB weld and probably the Harbor Freight knockoff works good.     * Epoxy (for the neodymium magnets and optionally the steel). JB weld and probably the Harbor Freight knockoff works good.
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