Instant Nails 330ml - £1 @ Toolstation (C&C)
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Instant Nails 330ml - £1 @ Toolstation (C&C)

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Found 26th Apr 2017
I use this all the time. It has got to be the best product invented ever. I saw the deal for 3 tubes of "No more nails" at Tesco for £7.99 and did a quick search on here to see if Sika/Everbuild Instant Nails had been posted for £1 each, which is their regular price. I was amazed it hasn't been posted before.
Great bondage (indoors only) and it sticks like poo to a blanket. You don't have to be a tradesman to blob this stuff about
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Great Deal - Have Some Heat
Likewise I always pick up a couple of tubes when I go in. A bit of a habit like having a cup of tea before starting work
Edited by: "biggysilly" 26th Apr 2017
Thank you ordered a few
Great deal, heat added
I'm a big fan of "great indoor bondage".
arch68

I'm a big fan of "great indoor bondage".


me too!
cheers could do with a manicure
Does this seal neighbours teenage kids mouths shut to prevent eventual life in prison?
blugardian

Does this seal neighbours teenage kids mouths shut to prevent eventual … Does this seal neighbours teenage kids mouths shut to prevent eventual life in prison?


no I saw a post for just that earlier
Excellent price I usually use Pink Grip from Screwfix for £1.95 a tube. It has always impressed me, any body able to offer a comparison?
Pepp77

Excellent price I usually use Pink Grip from Screwfix for £1.95 a tube. … Excellent price I usually use Pink Grip from Screwfix for £1.95 a tube. It has always impressed me, any body able to offer a comparison?


From experience I don't think you will beat the original green solvent based Gripfill for bonding capabilities. The problem I have always found with the non solvent based grab adhesives is they are not as strong.
ashtad

From experience I don't think you will beat the original green solvent … From experience I don't think you will beat the original green solvent based Gripfill for bonding capabilities. The problem I have always found with the non solvent based grab adhesives is they are not as strong.



Sometimes Google Image searches work out for the best >

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Pepp77

Excellent price I usually use Pink Grip from Screwfix for £1.95 a tube. … Excellent price I usually use Pink Grip from Screwfix for £1.95 a tube. It has always impressed me, any body able to offer a comparison?


No. but it is made by Everbuild as this is but 34p cheaper than toolstation (see OP)
Fantastic, any good for a chest of drawers falling apart at the joints?
Heat for this price - Great for at home with friends and family, if for work spend a bit more to make sure you don't have to go back
What's near for sticking skirting boards to the walls without using screws etc? (Thanks)
bulkybuy

What's near for sticking skirting boards to the walls without using … What's near for sticking skirting boards to the walls without using screws etc? (Thanks)


We use pink grip, but this is probably comparable.
Thanks Mermoo
Love this stuff - not a deal for me as I already have 4 tubes in the garage!
Heated.
Edited by: "simonspeakeasy" 27th Apr 2017
works ok not fantastic.

this is also avaliable in home bargains if it helps anyone
bulkybuy

What's near for sticking skirting boards to the walls without using … What's near for sticking skirting boards to the walls without using screws etc? (Thanks)



If your walls are straight then it should be fine. However if they have a curve then you will need something a bit stronger maybe the green gripfill and if that fails then plug and screw them
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fishmaster

Sometimes Google Image searches work out for the best >


Thanks I put it in the title

Edited by: "nougat" 27th Apr 2017
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That is interesting stuff if you google search the image. I hadn't heard of glue porn before.
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