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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
Geezz what a suprise (e-sarcasism) BMW has had the bubbling adhesive problem since the production of the first E36. They were on a "bio-degradeable" adhesive kick back then and have made attempts at improving but it's a common problem. If you can get at it, 3M spray adhesive is a proven fix. Follow 3Ms' instructions carefully.
Yep, the E36 design concept was based on a car with parts and materials that could be recycleable and environmentally friendly Mine are bubbling too, but it's not too noticeable yet, I'm more worried about my headliner. I can vouch for the 3M stuff- it worked wonders for my sunroof liner.
d, i'm actually fixing my panels today. mine were so bubbled out that I just took them off and ripped off the plastic vynil crap. I could actually play music with them if i poked them enough. sad, i know. I'm going to use 3m super trim adhesive. other than that... so people suggest to get a syringe and puncture the vynil with that and squirt the glue it that way.
Originally Posted by c1apton
- "The DIY Goddess" - nice job (She's "schoolin'" the boyZ)