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I have an old silicone skin I'd like to alter and "glue" on to the back of my iPad and cut it so I can use the smart cover on
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    Default Rubber cement on an iPad? What kind of adhesive to use?
    I have an old silicone skin I'd like to alter and "glue" on to the back of my iPad and cut it so I can use the smart cover on the front. Pretty much make the skin stick on and cut off the skin that goes over the front. I'm wondering if it would stain it with the rubber cement? Is there a certain type to use? Brand name? Tape? A better idea to attach a silicone skin onto the iPad? I little dab here and there - as I want to peel it off if I want.
    Contact spray cement would work but id never get it off.

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    I don't know about glueing it to the iPad, I think it would leave a sticky residue. There are cases out there that are compatible with the smart cover though. Just a thought, but I wouldn't risk glueing anything to my iPad.

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