Subfloor installations, concrete wall caps, carpet tack strips, step repairs, landscaping repair, structural insulated panels (SIP), cabinets, countertops, drywall, paver caps and masonry veneer
Excellent adhesion to:
✓ Engineered wood
✓ Wet lumber
Features & BenefitsFast setting
Provides fast initial bond that gets stronger over time
Outperforms common construction adhesives
Can be used in interior or exterior applications
For use on wood, metal, plastic, foam, mirror, concrete and brick
Complies with all major green building organizations
Safer alternative for interior applications
All weather formula
- Can be used in adverse weather conditions
- Excellent aging resistance
- Lifetime durability
Will not become brittle, crack or lose strength
32 °F. to 120 °F.
Service Temperature Range
-20°F. to 120°F.
Approximately 1 hour
Method of Application
15-20 minutes at 50% relative humidity
Surfaces to be bonded should be clean and free from excessive oil, grease, water, dirt or any other material that may deter adhesion. Apply adhesive to only one of the surfaces to be bonded. NOTE: When bonding subfloors or wet, frozen and treated lumber, nail or screw each sheet as recommended by the American Plywood Association.
Scrape off dried excess with a putty knife. Remove residue with mineral spirits or equivalent solvent. Follow solvent vendor's precautions when using solvents. NOTE: Test solvent on an out-of-the-way area to make sure it will not mar or attack the surface.