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PVA 5L £8.00 Screwfix

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2w, 22h agoFound 2 weeks, 22 hours ago
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#1
Hot. Just looking for some of this. Cheers OP. :D
#2
I only bothered with this the once and only buy decent brand like EvoStick. This may be half the price but when it can't even stick wood together and you have to get something decent to actually do the job, it actually adds 50% on to the cost.
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I wouldn't use a cheap PVA for woodworking (TiteBond is good glue for that). For sealing walls freshly plastered walls etc, this is great when thinned.
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#5
mcbain
I wouldn't use a cheap PVA for woodworking (TiteBond is good glue for that). For sealing walls freshly plastered walls etc, this is great when thinned.
Agreed that I wouldn't use this for woodwork. However, I was under the impression that sealing walls with PVA was a huge no-no?
#6
This is cheaper at B&Q with a Trade Point card. It's £7.20 inc vat!
#7
lauralawrah
This is cheaper at B&Q with a Trade Point card. It's £7.20 inc vat!
£12.05 before any discount at B&Q
#8
£8.55 @ toolstation.
#9
FatalSaviour
Agreed that I wouldn't use this for woodwork. However, I was under the impression that sealing walls with PVA was a huge no-no?
Why dude? (sealing plastered walls). I need to do this very soon.
#10
Daves_mate
FatalSaviour
Agreed that I wouldn't use this for woodwork. However, I was under the impression that sealing walls with PVA was a huge no-no?
Why dude? (sealing plastered walls). I need to do this very soon.
Depends on what you're doing it for, but for instance:
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=1145255
https://www.diynot.com/diy/threads/can-pva-seal-problem-walls-prior-to-lining-emulsioning.353266/

Hope this helps!
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Daves_mate
Why dude? (sealing plastered walls). I need to do this very soon.

Don't worry mate. I've been plastering for years and luckily was advised to coat walls 5:1 water to PVA by a very learned gentleman. Great advice & has served me well. Won't cause you any problems what so ever. Basically stops the fresh plaster drawing all the moisture from your paint / wall paper paste too quickly, which if were to happen can be a serious ball grinder

Edited By: Save.the.Pound on Jul 13, 2017 20:30:
#12
pavel76
£12.05 before any discount at B&Q
Not with trade point card (nerd)
#13
Now showing at £9.99....
1 Like #14
Save.the.Pound
Don't worry mate. I've been plastering for years and luckily was advised to coat walls 5:1 water to PVA by a very learned gentleman. Great advice & has served me well. Won't cause you any problems what so ever. Basically stops the fresh plaster drawing all the moisture from your paint / wall paper paste too quickly, which if were to happen can be a serious ball grinder

Cheers buddy! That's pretty much the reason I thought it was done. Mind at rest. Sorted!

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