How to use liquid nails correctly

Liquid nails are a very popular chemical composition in construction, which quickly dries and is very durable. More precisely, this is a whole group of compositions with their unique characteristics for each. Liquid nails are moisture -resistant, resistant to high temperatures. Despite even the highest humidity, they are connected to any surfaces tightly, not subject to rot, fungi and corrosion.

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All liquid nails are based on water or organic solvents. Liquid nails based on solvents contain a synthetic rubber. The water base contains a lot of acrylate latex. Water neutralizes all substances harmful to humans, but, unfortunately, unpleasant odors remain. Such nails are grasped a little faster than liquid nails based on solvents.

However, nails on the water have another drawback: they are unstable to the cold. Under the influence of low temperatures, such compounds quickly become unusable. Quick grasping occurs due to heating the gluing place. The use of liquid nails on metals is not recommended due to the above designated intolerance to low temperatures.

Liquid nails on organic solvents are stronger than water, are not afraid of any temperatures, but they are very toxic. Application of liquid nails is carried out by a special mounting gun with a point method on a previously low -filled, dried clean surface. It is necessary to tightly press the surfaces to each other until the composition is completely dry for 10-30 minutes.