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Posted 13th JanEdited by:"ZanyAngel"
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18 of 18 (100%)reviewers would recommend this product. 5* reviews
NEMESIS MIGHTY SEALS & GRABS SEALANT & ADHESIVE GREY 290ML Was £6.49 Now £3.49

Premium professional quality, universal sealant and adhesive developed for movement joints in building and industry. Hybrid technology cures quickly to form a durable, elastic rubber seal, free of isocyanates, odourless, non-shrinking and bubble-free. Absorbs acoustic and mechanical vibrations. Suitable for interior and exterior, dry, damp and wet surfaces. Can be used as a universal construction adhesive to bond stone, concrete, glass, plasterboard, uPVC, enamel, ceramics, copper, lead, zinc, aluminium, metals and wood. Suitable for use in food preparation areas.

  • For Interior & Exterior Use
  • Mould-Resistant
  • Low Odour & Solvent-Free
  • Can be Painted
  • Apply in Wet or Dry Conditions
  • Non-Shrinking
  • Bubble-Free
  • Absorbs Acoustic & Mechanical Vibrations
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GigahurtzUK13/01/2019 08:18

Lol yes did do. It needs to be screwed to wall but no fixing points on …Lol yes did do. It needs to be screwed to wall but no fixing points on mirror and wife doesn't want hills drilling in wall.


Sand some areas of the wall bare, the paint is your weak point, you can then bond to plaster.
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I’ve used this in the past to do a wood wall feature. It grabs very quickly and sets rock hard. Tried No More Nails but preferred this due to the initial hold.
donslibi3 m ago

I’ve used this in the past to do a wood wall feature. It grabs very q …I’ve used this in the past to do a wood wall feature. It grabs very quickly and sets rock hard. Tried No More Nails but preferred this due to the initial hold.


Thanks for your comment donslibi
This is the equivalent of CT1 that is highly rated.
Nothing beats sticks like sh**
I bet it can't stick a mirror to a painted wall. Everything we try it falls off.
GigahurtzUK13/01/2019 07:58

I bet it can't stick a mirror to a painted wall. Everything we try it …I bet it can't stick a mirror to a painted wall. Everything we try it falls off.


Does it pull the paint off?
ace_rees13/01/2019 08:13

Does it pull the paint off?


Lol yes did do. It needs to be screwed to wall but no fixing points on mirror and wife doesn't want hills drilling in wall.
GigahurtzUK13/01/2019 08:18

Lol yes did do. It needs to be screwed to wall but no fixing points on …Lol yes did do. It needs to be screwed to wall but no fixing points on mirror and wife doesn't want hills drilling in wall.


Sand some areas of the wall bare, the paint is your weak point, you can then bond to plaster.
jonespr134 m ago

Sand some areas of the wall bare, the paint is your weak point, you can …Sand some areas of the wall bare, the paint is your weak point, you can then bond to plaster.


Agree.. you always need a good ‘key’ to affix to. Anything shiny or glossy or smooth should be roughed up before gluing to it.
Would it be ok to use sticking perspex splashbacks to kitchen walls(painted walls)?
Edited by: "Norton28" 13th Jan
I have a leak around the windows in my extension (can see the holes where the window ledge and brickwork join. Is this what I should use?
jonespr11 h, 3 m ago

Sand some areas of the wall bare, the paint is your weak point, you can …Sand some areas of the wall bare, the paint is your weak point, you can then bond to plaster.


Nice idea thanks
bob_regis13 m ago

I have a leak around the windows in my extension (can see the holes where …I have a leak around the windows in my extension (can see the holes where the window ledge and brickwork join. Is this what I should use?


If they're big holes use expanding foam if they're small holes this stuff should be fine.
Edited by: "porsche911turbo" 13th Jan
Norton2813/01/2019 09:07

Would it be ok to use sticking perspex splashbacks to kitchen …Would it be ok to use sticking perspex splashbacks to kitchen walls(painted walls)?


Should be fine, you need to cover a reasonable area, rather than a few small dabs. If the paint is at all flakey, you can sand some of it off for a stronger fix directly to the plaster
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GigahurtzUK13/01/2019 07:58

I bet it can't stick a mirror to a painted wall. Everything we try it …I bet it can't stick a mirror to a painted wall. Everything we try it falls off.


You will need to get a dedicated glass adhesive, screwfix sell one in their no nonsense range. I stuck a glass splashback behind our range cooker a year ago and it hasn't budged a bit
illy196511 m ago

You will need to get a dedicated glass adhesive, screwfix sell one in …You will need to get a dedicated glass adhesive, screwfix sell one in their no nonsense range. I stuck a glass splashback behind our range cooker a year ago and it hasn't budged a bit


Cheers will check it out
Can I use this to seal around the bath?
GigahurtzUK13/01/2019 08:18

Lol yes did do. It needs to be screwed to wall but no fixing points on …Lol yes did do. It needs to be screwed to wall but no fixing points on mirror and wife doesn't want hills drilling in wall.


There are transparent "corners" or various type that can be used for square or circular mirrors with different fixings for adhesive or screw fitting. Apologies I cannot provide a link as I'm out and about. I'm sure you'll find something on amazon or eBay...
polarbaba2 m ago

There are transparent "corners" or various type that can be used for …There are transparent "corners" or various type that can be used for square or circular mirrors with different fixings for adhesive or screw fitting. Apologies I cannot provide a link as I'm out and about. I'm sure you'll find something on amazon or eBay...


Cheers tho worth looking into.
Thank you OP, ordered.
Now I need a good deal on some Double Sided Mounting Tape.
Norton2813/01/2019 09:07

Would it be ok to use sticking perspex splashbacks to kitchen …Would it be ok to use sticking perspex splashbacks to kitchen walls(painted walls)?


The bigger the area applied the more likely it will work. However paint as stated before is the weak point. The more spread out the load is then the more likely it will stick however to be safe sand the painted wall (where you want to put it only) and try.
Edited by: "ace_rees" 13th Jan
rhian_22f8 h, 30 m ago

Can I use this to seal around the bath?


You can but it is overkill to be honest - it is an adhesive as well which you don’t need for bath sealing
rhian_22f22 h, 52 m ago

Can I use this to seal around the bath?


Yes but you'll have a hell of a time if you ever try and remove your bath in the future.
You would be best using a silicone sealant that has an anti fungus additive in it.
Edited by: "porsche911turbo" 14th Jan
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