I've got an unusual DIY underway. I'm making my own billiards table (pool table) cover. I started out cutting down two 4'x8' insulation sheets to set inside of the table's bunkers. I had to use two sheets to add up to the 1 & 3/4" height needed. Then I used a 4'x8' sheet of wood paneling (cheap) to cover the top of the table.
It fits well, but I'm having some trouble glueing it all together. I had to buy two different types of foam insulation, due to what was available in the thicknesses I needed. One foam sheet is purplish in color. The other is white foam with some sort of reflective material on both sides. The paneling is not very rigid, as it was the cheapest I could find.
So, I'm trying to figure out a good way to glue it all together. I tried to use a little bit of liquid nails, but I ran out. It didn't stick the foam to the wood paneling well enough and pulled apart. Any ideas? Thank you.