Repairing glove box door on Mercedes Benz E63 AMG W212! DIY repair to warped leather glove box door.

Repairing glove box door on Mercedes Benz E63 AMG W212! DIY repair to warped leather glove box door.

Repairing glove box door on my Mercedes Benz E63 AMG W212! In this video I will show you how a go about repairing the leather door on my glove box. Over time the adhesive has started to fail and the leather trim is coming apart from the glove box door. Using different adhesives, steam and clamps, I am hoping to repair this eye sore and save money in the process.

E6000 Adhesive –
Loctite Spray Adhesive 300 – Pro –
A Clamps (Combo Set) –
Shims –
Steamer –

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Muriel Royal says:

I do appreciate this, I know this video is old but I’m having this issue with my slk 350. The dealer wants $700 for new box, I politely said thanks but no thanks. I’m going to try your method. Thanks for sharing.

BP says:

My slc glove compartment just did this … why is this a Mercedes issue ?

gani hysenaj says:

Mine didn’t fall j my lock is broken so I can’t open the glove box

edmond martell says:

i have an slc 300 mercedes 2017 i was quote $690 to replace the glove box. i saw the product you used and the procedure with how to clamp it together. bro, you just save me a lot of money. i appreciate you for making this video, hope you make more….

Samuel Fowler says:

How has it held up? My whole glove box face is flapping down. It's only held around the handle. It's a real clean smooth surface underneath except at the top where the inner material is. I just want do it right the first time

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