ECOS Paints - Wood Glue B&R: Paint, Stains, Sealers, & Wall Coverings Ecos Paints
ECOS Paints - Wood Glue B&R: Paint, Stains, Sealers, & Wall Coverings Ecos Paints
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ECOS Paints - Wood Glue

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DwellSmart
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$122.45
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ECOS Paints - Wood Glue is idea for interior woodwork, joinery, wooden floor tiles and laminates, floor boards, cork sheeting, and tiles. Can also be used for paper, card, carpet fabric, etc. Can be used on unsealed chipboard, hardboard, cement-screed, and concrete substrates. Not suitable for teak or other oily woods or asphalt-sealed surfaces.

  • Premium quality
  • Advanced resin technology for stronger bonding
  • Extremely durable
  • No odor
  • Zero VOC
  • No glycol
Country of Manufacture: US

Sizes/Dimensions

Comes in Gallon Size

Safety Information: Safety Data Sheet

Application/Coverage

Coverage 180 sq. ft. per gallon
Recommended coats 1
Description Wood Glue is a strong-bonding glue ideal for interior woodwork, joinery, wooden floor tiles, laminates, floorboards, cork sheeting and tiles. Can also be used for paper, card, carpet, fabric, unsealed chipboard, hardboard, cement-screed and concrete substrates. Not suitable for teak or other oily woods or asphalt-sealed surfaces.
Preparation Ensure that the surfaces to be joined are clean, dry, non-dusty and free of oil and wax. Previously varnished surfaces can also often be joined, but a thorough rub down with emery/glass paper is essential and a test area is advised. Dusty concrete/cement floors may need to be sealed - ask for advice.
Application and Clean Up Flooring: Best applied to the substrate with a notching tool - ideally approx 0.01" (0.3mm) at 0.39" (10mm) centers. Once spread, the adhesive should remain "wet" and workable for approximately 20 minutes but this does depend in part on the absorbency of the materials involved. If in doubt, a test area is advised. Only cover an area which can be finished within this timeframe. Press the floor covering firmly into place. Remove traces of wet adhesive with a damp cloth.
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