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    Don't use glue if you don't have too. Remember, some poor sod, and it might be you, is going to have to replace the seals in time. A friction/stuff fit, with possibly a dot of glue at a few spots, is more than adequate.

    If you do need glue then use something easily removable either with mechanical action or solvent. Rubber cement is a good choice. Pliobond/contact cement is great for gluing kitchen counter-tops and shoe heels - and a very poor choice for attaching a sliver of yarn or foam in a hard-to-clean channel.

    Any damn fool can glue two things together. The art is in making it so the two things come apart easily when you want them to.
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    Rubber cement is better than pliobond, and only put a little at the ends and do it while it is still wet. You will never have a problem with the foam slipping nor have a problem removing it.

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