|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 2.5 x 9.8 inches|
|Item model number||E455|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Includes can of spray adhesive.|
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Elmer's Extra Strong Spray Adhesive (E455)
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- Fast-tack, acid-free spray creates a permanent bond
- Features a wide pad nozzle for no-mess application
- Applies consistently with no clumping
- Great for long lasting bonds on paper, plastic, foil, metal, cardboard, wood, and more
- Fast tack formula dries clear
- No yellowing or bleeding through
- Wide pad nozzle for no mess application, acid free
- Ergonomic, easy to grip rounded can
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Fast-tack, acid-free spray creates a permanent bond. Features a wide pad nozzle for no-mess application. Applies consistently with no clumping. Does not attack Styrofoam. Dries clear, not yellow, for a clean finished project. Has ergonomic easy-to-grip can.
From the Manufacturer
Wide pad nozzle for no mess application. Features an ergonomic, easy to grip rounded can. New improved formula for excellent results. Vertical spray pattern for consistent application with no clumping. This product will not attack styrofoam.
Top Customer Reviews
When I ordered your Extra Strength Spray Adhesive, I had no idea of the level of commitment you have to your product description! I merely wanted to mount some old textiles to backers to preserve them...little did I realize that I would soon find out the true meaning of "adhered" as well as "permanently bonded"!
In the past, I have often read strong claims on the side of packaging that have been somewhat exaggerated, leaving me, the consumer, somewhat inured to overly ambitious claims. Let me tell you my friends, your product has precluded any such rash judgements on my part for the future. May I suggest that, in the future, in lieu of vague, non specific, claims of strong adhesion, you print, in large red letters "Overspray will get all over your skin and will immediately bind you to anything (and everything) you touch". While you are at it, you might want to make an extra special warning, in great bold lettering, not to use the product without prophylactic protection on any potentially exposed skin, especially skin with hair on it. I was wearing shorts while using your product...my left upper leg is now as smooth as a Brazilian fan dancer's and my oh my was that an interesting experience.
Now, having said all this, please do not consider this in any way a complaint, for I was truly impressed (albeit unprepared) by your product and, now that I am so painfully aware of it's true power and potential, I can hardly wait for my next opportunity to use it. In fact, the practical joke potential of this product is almost incalculable. I am also considering the Home security aspects of this product...It will be like fly paper for people...I will be coating the inside of all of my window sills...as soon as I figure out how to keep the cats off of them...
The other thing that happens with other spray-on adhesives is that they soak into the paper and wood so much that the paper can't be peeled off...it either has to be scraped or sanded, and that isn't always feasible with a very intricate, and fragile, fretwork design.
I never had as much as a corner peel up using this, but slightly dampening the paper with mineral spirits after I was done cutting let the paper peel right off.
Hands-down this is the best spray adhesive I've ever used for attaching patterns to wood.
After this project I found several other uses for this too. It came in handy tacking down photos for a collage and there was no bleed through on any of the photos. I noticed that the instructions say you can make a temporary bond by spraying the adhesive onto a surface, allowing it to dry for 5 minutes, then pressing whatever you want to attach to it. I tried this out and it seems it would work great for setting up photos for a graduation photo board/collage and still allow the photos to be peeled off without damage afterwards.
Update 5/21/2014 - maybe not so good if you park outside. After a while noticed that headliner came loose again. Repeated the procedure - same results - very nice adhesion, no traces of glue once dried but eventually came loose. Maybe if I parked car inside , it would hold better against California sun, who knows. Eventually, got tiny plastic furniture spiral tacks and screwed them in together with gluing - that has been permanent since.