Hey all! Well... I did exhaustive research for hours trying to find an answer but couldn't find anything that really tackled my questions, so hoping someone out here on good old TDPRI can help. I'm in the process of building my first speaker cabinet, in the D style, and would really like to use a faux suede. I'm thinking upolstery fabric i.e. the cloth backed stuff thinking it will lessen the chances of bleed through, however maybe I don't need to go to such extremes? Which leads to my question: Do you guys have a recommendation on what sort of glue to use for this type of covering? I've heard of something called Mod Podge? Don't know if that's good enough or not. Also 3M 77, Gorilla, 581, etc. in spray glues. Have also read some people use plain old Elmers glue? My main concerns is bleed through, strength, and work time. Also, any technical advice regarding glue application e.g. spray, roller, brush on, etc. would be greatly appreciated as well, and thanks in advance all!