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Hard as Nails - only £1.00 @ poundland

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Hard as Nails - extreme , interior and exterior grab adhesive This stuff is great for putting on cladding or attaching skirting boards Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Hard as Nails - extreme , interior and exterior grab adhesive

This stuff is great for putting on cladding or attaching skirting boards
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#1
Would it hold a chair to the wall while i was sitting on it?
#2
It's been at Poundland for years .
#3
ive never seen this in my local shop. Have some shelves to put up. this will do the trick! thanks.
#4
Probably on the shelf next to the adult DVDs. :thumbsup:
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I used this to glue a shopping trolley to the side of somebody's Range Rover. Really does work!
#6
Just to bear in mind that most cheap adhesives are acrylic based, and therefore do not have the instant grab strength of the better ones, so may need supporting until set, or pinning, but this is ideal for skirtings, and at the price of £1 you can't go wrong.
For those that want 'instant' grab power, I can recommend Wickes pro range, it's expensive, but does what it says on the tin, erm tube! and will instantly fix panels, dado's etc without support.
Just don't try sticking your LCD TV to the wall with it!
#7
danny-mac
Would it hold a chair to the wall while i was sitting on it?


LMAO!

Would it stick me, whilst wearing a boiler suit, to a board hung over the sea full of sharks with another chap jumping up and down on the rear of the board........phew
#8
HAL2000
Just to bear in mind that most cheap adhesives are acrylic based, and therefore do not have the instant grab strength of the better ones, so may need supporting until set, or pinning, but this is ideal for skirtings, and at the price of £1 you can't go wrong.
For those that want 'instant' grab power, I can recommend Wickes pro range, it's expensive, but does what it says on the tin, erm tube! and will instantly fix panels, dado's etc without support.
Just don't try sticking your LCD TV to the wall with it!


Yes, the solvent-free adhesives have little or no 'grab' but are much easier and cleaner to use; excess is easily removed with a damp cloth and the shelf life is good. I have found the Toolstation own brand to be very good, even for jobs such as sticking laminate floor edging (scotia) to a tiled wall. The solvent-based adhesives tend to be very messy and often fail to adhere to difficult surfaces before going off - items must be clean and dry; they are also often expensive and wasteful. I might try the Wickes product when I next need one with grab. By the way, the 'blue' brush cleaner (Wickes etc) will usually remove excess solvent-based adhesive from tools and hands.
#9
agaveworm
LMAO!

Would it stick me, whilst wearing a boiler suit, to a board hung over the sea full of sharks with another chap jumping up and down on the rear of the board........phew

Yeah - go ahead! (May need two tubes though).
#10
danny-mac
Would it hold a chair to the wall while i was sitting on it?


Wrong one, you need 'No More Nails' for that.
#11
turdburglar
I used this to glue a shopping trolley to the side of somebody's Range Rover. Really does work!


Excellent idea! That would be worthwhile photographing and submitting to bitterwallet, wouldn't it?

:w00t:
#12
Best thread I have read in ages :-)
#13
leecroot
ive never seen this in my local shop. Have some shelves to put up. this will do the trick! thanks.


Never seen it Poundland either.
Bargain price
Heat added.
#14
HAL2000
Just to bear in mind that most cheap adhesives are acrylic based, and therefore do not have the instant grab strength of the better ones, so may need supporting until set, or pinning, but this is ideal for skirtings, and at the price of £1 you can't go wrong.
For those that want 'instant' grab power, I can recommend Wickes pro range, it's expensive, but does what it says on the tin, erm tube! and will instantly fix panels, dado's etc without support.
Just don't try sticking your LCD TV to the wall with it!


I purchased the external one a few weeks ago to stick back part on my patio wall, and it does what it states on the box.

Recomended and voted hot
#15

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