Construction Adhesive, White, 10-oz. Tube
10 oz tube, white, liquid nails ultra quick grip, construction adhesive.
- Strong instant hold
- Minimizes the need for fasteners
- No bracing required
- Low odor
- Easy water clean up
- VOC Compliant
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
|Country of Origin||US|
|Manufacturer Name||LIQUID NAILS/PPG ARCH FIN|
Rated 5 out of 5 by sameDude from A correction to the previous post No, attaching pre-finished polystyrene quarter round to pre-finished polystyrene baseboard with LN-990 isn't a good idea unlike I stated in the previous post. LN-990 does hold them together fairly well, but the glue cures into a flexible seal, and it looks a bit precarious in a single bead on that plastic finish, which hasn't been sanded. A thin bead of Loctite Power Grab Ultimate (and only that one) is the way to go in this case, but the initial grab of the latter glue isn't as strong in this case, so an occasional finishing nail through the quarter round and into the baseboard is needed even despite the seal eventually being stronger than the polystyrene itself. Just wanna prevent you, dear reader, from making a mistake. I actually tried LN-990 on two little pieces of that baseboard and that quarter round first, so I avoided a trouble there. Otherwise, LN-990 is absolutely a way to go on trim of all sorts against drywall and for other surfaces like that and on much heavier things: it does grab right away and holds impressively, very occasional and sparse bracing/nailing is needed in very extreme cases of very-very uneven surfaces only.
Date published: 2020-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by someDude from Grabs and holds as advertised Old condo, crooked walls and subfloors, a pain to put a floating floor on. Once the floors were laid, I tried this glue to mount polystyrene baseboards to the old drywall. This stuff grabbed the molding and held against very uneven wall without any bracing, without the need for finishing nails even; it saved me a lot of time. I used it then to glue polystyrene quarter round to those prefinished baseboards, and LN-990 fused those together just as well. We'll see how it holds after some time, but so far so good.
Date published: 2020-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by trs71 from Drying time Seems ok, the drying time is 16 hours at room tempreture, as stated in Tech data.
Date published: 2019-12-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rigos2000 from No info on drying time on package or this site Why am I wasting my time on such a simple, obvious question. "No info on drying time on package or this site"
Date published: 2019-06-08
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