Even though I had to go to an Ace Hardware store and paid $9 for a one ounce tube - this was a great tip! I got the wraps on a #2157 I'm building last night and it was much less painful than it would have been if I had used spray adhesive, both from an adhesive application standpoint and because for a short time you can shift the wraps slightly after applying them. Thanks!Late to the thread, but when I built the previous version I used Beacon Adhesives Foam-Tac to install the wraps. It is thick enough to be able to work with it but thin enough not to distort the shape. It also sets to a good tacky hold quickly enough that you can hold it in place with your hands until you're completely happy with the positioning.
Not a spray adhesive, and much easier to get right, in my opinion.