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Everbuild Pinkgrip Solvented Grab Adhesive 350ml for £1 @ B&Q (Free click and collect)
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Everbuild Pinkgrip Solvented Grab Adhesive 350ml for £1 @ B&Q (Free click and collect)

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Posted 23rd Jan

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Haven't used this adhesive before but I always see it in DIY stores. This is currently priced at £2.52 at both ToolStation and Screwfix



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High strength, multipurpose grab adhesive designed for the building site. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
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Great stuff, unfortunately doesn't keep.
Great strong product but skins overs fast, so apply and stick items together fast for best results.
I used it to fit plastic cladding/boarding to my bathroom walls and ceiling and ceiling boards stuck straight away with no support needed.
Also used it to attach skirting board with no problems, dont think any of its coming back off though without ripping it back to the brick its solid
This exists!? This wouldn't be on sale if it wasn't pink and wasnt called pinkgrip!? Are they trying to market at females who diy and love pink? That's a very very small minority
If I remember correctly this doesn't fit a standard gun as its longer. Can anyone confirm this who have bought
What is it like when dry? Like does it allow any sort of movement?

Would it crack if you stuck something on with the substrate that contracts and expands with weather etc?

Does it dry solid or is it flexible?
Edited by: "fishleg003" 23rd Jan
peterdarlison542323/01/2020 13:05

If I remember correctly this doesn't fit a standard gun as its longer. Can …If I remember correctly this doesn't fit a standard gun as its longer. Can anyone confirm this who have bought


Fitted my standard gun
Used this a lot very good adhesive very strong but skins over very quickly. Basically leaves very little time for any adjustment, as if moved after a short while the adhesive ‘tack’ has cured it that makes sense. Excellent price for this tho.
peterdarlison542323/01/2020 13:05

If I remember correctly this doesn't fit a standard gun as its longer. Can …If I remember correctly this doesn't fit a standard gun as its longer. Can anyone confirm this who have bought


What’s a standard gun?

Yes indeed some guns are shorter. Caught out by this once and had to buy another gun. Why even bother making the shorter ones! 😩
Lucy_Bt4Q23/01/2020 12:34

This exists!? This wouldn't be on sale if it wasn't pink and wasnt called …This exists!? This wouldn't be on sale if it wasn't pink and wasnt called pinkgrip!? Are they trying to market at females who diy and love pink? That's a very very small minority



Doubt it. It's often sold in boxes of a dozen and has 'Warning: Not for amateur use' semi-jokingly on the side.

Your product has to stand out in a congested market where 'Sticks Like Sh*t' is literally the name of one of the market-leading products, so Everbuild went with a pink for builders.
As used in Mr Blobby's house
I'm looking at putting some Cladding to plaster wall, does it allow movement? Or does it dry hard and crack?
fishleg00323/01/2020 23:17

I'm looking at putting some Cladding to plaster wall, does it allow …I'm looking at putting some Cladding to plaster wall, does it allow movement? Or does it dry hard and crack?


If it helps... my plasterer attached the render beading to my house with this stuff and it stuck solid
fishleg00323/01/2020 23:17

I'm looking at putting some Cladding to plaster wall, does it allow …I'm looking at putting some Cladding to plaster wall, does it allow movement? Or does it dry hard and crack?


Get some board adhesive. Ie diamond board. Ask your builders merchants
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