Sealing Cabinets

Please forgive what is most likely a really basic question. I'm modding my CRS speakers. The seams on the inside of the cabinet appear well-sealed with a thick layer of glue - except for a very few spots. I'm reluctant to disturb the present sealer, but want to, at least, hit the few spots where the glue doesn't cover both sides of the seam.

Can I put Loctite Power Grab over the existing glue in those spots? Or, might the Loctite affect the integrity of the glue?

Thanks for helping a guy seeing the inside of a speaker cabinet for the first time!

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  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 1,207
    If it was me, I would just apply more glue in the spots which are leaky. Or, I would remove the old glue, fully disassemble the cabinet, and then reassemble it, and be generous with the wood glue. Probably neither of these approaches are the best, but both are about where my talent with wood runs out. :wink: :lol:
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  • ZLTFULZLTFUL Posts: 4,480
    Use a bead of Loctite Powergrab around the entirety of the internal seams and call it good.
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  • Dr_WuDr_Wu Posts: 33
    I have no problem with that. Just didn't know if I could put it over the old glue or needed to chisel it out.
  • gudnoyezgudnoyez Posts: 6,199
    edited July 9
    I would also use Locktite Powergrab along the seams over the old beads after making sure to remove any loose pieces of the existing sealant.

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  • Dr_WuDr_Wu Posts: 33
    Nice B)
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