|04-17-2016 09:03 PM|
|email@example.com||Just stay away from the water based stuff. I nominate it for the worst consumer product in any category.|
|04-17-2016 03:48 AM|
|DanTwoLakes||If your contact adhesive dries out, you can re-activate it by simply spraying or brushing another coat over the top of the first coat. You can even re-activate some really old contact adhesives this way.|
|04-17-2016 02:46 AM|
|channel49||I use DAP Weldwood trim adhesive and it has never failed me. The only complaint is that there is a fairly small window of time to work with it but other than that its kickass.|
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|04-11-2016 08:22 AM|
|DanTwoLakes||Looks like it turned out great.|
|04-10-2016 08:20 PM|
this DAP weldwood top and trim is really good stuff, brushed on with no problem. I am glad it was recommended and that i bought it. almost done
|04-05-2016 02:21 PM|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Whatever you do, avoid the Weldwood water based contact adhesive for ANYTHING. It sticks to nothing and will not adhere to itself, no matter how wet or dry. It is the worst product I have ever tried to use for ANYTHING!|
|04-04-2016 06:49 PM|
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|04-02-2016 02:33 PM|
|email@example.com||3M77 is great for temporary uses; attaching paper templates to wood carvings that I need to saw out on my band saw for example. Pattern peels off easily after sawing. 3M99 is ok for home craft project needing a 'permanent' adhesive but not for hi-demand apps like car work. DAP top adhesive is the only thing to use anywhere on a car. Not legal in Kalifornia but my daughter in Colorado often sends me gifts of one sort or another. I appreciate her so much.|
|04-02-2016 03:20 AM|
If you have never brushed it on before, you may get strings similar to melted mozarella(don't know the technical term for it).
MR. Dan, is there any application that the 3m77 excels at ???? I've only ever bought that one can and anything it was used on had to be redone.
|04-01-2016 07:02 PM|
thanks, its gluing time tomorrow
|03-31-2016 08:40 AM|
|DanTwoLakes||No, you can brush it on, roll it on, or spray it on. Just make sure to coat both surfaces of whatever you're gluing together. I prefer spraying it, but I brush it in places the spray gun would make a big mess.|
|03-30-2016 02:18 PM|
ok after reading this I just ordered the weldwood landau top and trim contact cement ..... 1 gallon $29.95 plus $16 shipping from
1 Gal. DAP Weldwood HHR Contact Cement
does any body see any harm in brushing this stuff on instead of spraying it?
oh well I would have rather it cost $12 locally for a quart but it just wasn't going to happen......
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