Griptite Construction Adhesive C4 350ml
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Use a soft damp cloth and a drop of mild soap to remove any haze. Air dry.
EVERBUILD GRIPTITE is a ready to use gap filling and panel adhesive based on a high bond strength synthetic rubber/resin mix in a solvent carrier. Adheres to most common surfaces inside and outside the home. Bonds to wood, plaster, plasterboard, carpet, carpet grippers, metal, glass, ceramics, brick, concrete, cork, PVCu and certain plastics.
Solvent based formula - quick drying / high early bond strength.
Excellent adhesion/bond strength - adheres to most common surfaces.
Good early grab properties - usable in both vertical and horizontal positions.
High solids formulation - excellent gap filling properties without shrinkage.
Suitable for use where both surfaces are non-porous.
Excellent external weathering properties-Suitable for exterior use
Bonding dado rails, architraves and skirting.
Fixing parquet and cork flooring.
Fixing wall cladding direct to internal wall surfaces or timber battens.
Fixing battens directly onto walls without fastenings.
Bonding carpet gripper systems to most floors without the need for nails or tacks.
Bonding stair nosing to concrete or wooden stairs.
Fixing polyester, wood, PVCu or metal thresholds.
Fixing nameplates, plastic boxes, decorative frames, wall sockets and junction boxes to most surfaces.
Securing aluminium or other skin panels to the framework or portable industrial buildings and caravans.
Do not use on damp surfaces: use EVERBUILD GUN A NAIL.
Do not use as a mirror adhesive: use EVERBUILD MIRRORMATE
Do not use on polystyrene/styrofoam/expanded polyurethane - use EVERBUILD GUN A NAIL.
Heavy materials (greater than 8kg per sq meter) must be supported for at least 8-24 hours depending on size of item.
Solvents present may attack sensitive plastics. If in doubt, rest a small area first.