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<x-flowed>Is the glue you are using a contact cement or something else?
If it's contact cement, the key is to apply to both surfaces AND let it dry first, then attach.
If it's not a contact cement, it probably should be.
You may have to apply a second layer on the board, and let it dry before putting them together.
Please keep us posted on how you fare, as my vinyl has peeled off of the board due to sitting in the heat for too many years and I'll eventually need to re-attach it to the board.
I have tried a generic upholsetry spay glue but the board basically absorbs it and the vinyl peels off after 24 hours.
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