|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 2 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||LN903|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Liquid Nails LN903 10-Ounce Heavy-Duty Liquid Nails Construction Adhesive
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(1) Titebond II wood glue,
(2) Liquid Nails Heavy Duty and
(3) Loctite Wood 510
I glued together 2 cedar wood samples using each glue. The wood samples were 2 inch x 3 inch and I clamped them together using a brick as a simple weight on top. I let them dry for 3 days.
All 3 glues held STRONG after they dried... I could not pull them apart with my hands.
All these glues are GOOD for DRY use.
The Rain Test:
Then I put the samples outside and soaked them with water 3 days...I hit them 3 times a day with a low pressure garden hose.
On day 6, I did my basic pull test... using my hands.
(1) Titebond II : VERY GOOD. Held very well...I could NOT pry them apart with my hands.
(2) Loctite Wood 510 : POOR. Snapped apart easily when I pulled them apart with my fingers.
(3) Liquid Nails Heavy Duty: WORST. Fell apart...No resistance at all when I pulled them apart.
Conclusion : TITEBOND II is the ONLY GLUE that I will use for wood that gets WET !
Sorry ... but the test proved it....
ALL HAS CHANGED AND THIS IS NOT THE LIQUID NAILS OF THE PAST, YOU ARE BETTER OFF WITH ELMERS GLUE OR TOOTHPASTE. !!!
I HAVE HAD GOOD LUCK WITH LOCKTITE PRO LINE, A BIT LOOSER THAN L. N. BUT SEEMS TO HAVE THE SAME STRENGTH AND HOLDING POWER AS THE OLD LIQUID NAILS.
Part of the issue is that this is Low VOC, and feels like latex caulk. It just doesn't hold up.
Also, it doesn't seem to fully cure. I was able to peel off some excess by hand after curing a week. It is still pliable, and can be torn and re-stuck to itself.
I looked it up on the manufacturer's website, and it says:
exterior and interior heavy duty applications including countertops, cabinets, brick veneer, plywood and waferboard, foil insulation board, tileboard, treated lumber, drywall and most common building materials (concrete, lumber, etc.).
NOT Recommended For:
flooring applications, ceramics, mirrors, granite, marble, plastic, vinyl or ceiling tile.
Using a 1/4" (.64 cm) bead: 28 fl. oz. cartridge covers 88 lineal ft.
Using a 1/4" (.64 cm) bead: 10 fl. oz. cartridge covers 30 lineal ft.
1 Gal. can covers 60 to 90 sq. ft.
1 Quart can covers 15 to 22 sq. ft.
After waiting 24 hours it didn't bond. While scraping it off it dawned on me that the " Heavy duty adhesive" was in fact acrylic caulk. It must have been a control mistake at the factory . The other project was installing garage door seal which did not adhere properly. The adhesive was once again caulk.
That's it for me I won't recommend it!
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This becomes rock hard in 24 hrs if you can wait that long. Really good quality product.Published 3 days ago by Joe
I rarely write a negative review but I hope to save someone a lot of heartache.
REASONS TO NOT BUY THIS CRAP:
Reason #1: it takes forever to receive. Read more
I bought this to use on some ceiling tiles, and some misc. household tasks. I heard it was really good, so thought it should do the job of joining and holding some very light... Read morePublished 27 days ago by sg
I never used to have faith in glue. I recently did a test with different materials and my faith in glue - especially this one - is as solid as the material I used it on.Published 1 month ago by Ryan