I am repainting the interior of my sedan, it is a DX so it is a crank window sedan. I like earth tones and I love the way the darker drown matches the black of the carpeted panel.
Thanks man. Very decent of you to say. There is so little tint in the window glass the interior of the DX weathered to some kind of weathered grey lol. So, I felt the freedom to change the interior to whichever color I liked. Brown and black are nice safe colors for an interior I think.Subtle enough, I like the look of it.
I am sorry, I think you posted in the wrong thread.To glue the glass will need to pick up a good glue. So it's better not to rush, and pick up wisely, based on the proven data, because I remember how I thought that you can glue anything with PVA . But this is far from being the case and it would be much more logical to use normal glue, which will definitely help. To do this, read the details of glue for glass to wood https://gluefaq.com/best-glue-for-glass-to-wood/ and I think you can find what you want from these options. I already suggested one of them, because I took it myself, it's just better not to take any risks and read the analytics, then you can already decide with one of them. Good luck.