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No More Nails Click And Fix £2 + Free Click & Collect @ Wickes

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Posted 6th Jan

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Unibond click and fix for £2 at wickes, most places charge £5-6.
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Product details
  • Interior or Exterior Use: Interior & Exterior
  • Application Method: Dispenser
  • Drying Time: 12 hours
  • Time to Full Cure: 24 hours
  • Colour: White
  • Size: 50 g
  • Container Type: Plastic Dispenser/Carton
  • Type: Adhesive
  • Pack Quantity: 1
  • Manufacturer Model No: 2312989
  • Country Origin: Germany
  • Brand Name: UniBond

Features & benefits
  • This strong mount adhesive applicator provides a fast, clean and easy-to-use solution to light DIY jobs and can be applied within a few simple steps
  • 20 doses come ready to use, with no need for cartridge guns or drills.
  • Adjustable for 5-10 minutes after application and can be used on both interior and exterior surfaces
  • The device has an indicator to tell you exactly how many glue dots are left.

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thedavebaxter07/01/2020 17:35

We have used no nails for bog holder, towel rail and curtain rail in …We have used no nails for bog holder, towel rail and curtain rail in living room (well we glued wood to the wall and screwed rail into it). 3 years later and everything is still on the wall.


It must be a bit of a walk to get the bog roll from the living room when you need it most ..... I’m assuming the bog isn’t in the living room with the bog roll holder, shower curtain and towel rail :/
Edited by: "harmageddon" 7th Jan
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Good deal voted hot. Only trouble is I stay 20 miles from the nearest store. Not worth the travelling. If only.......
Not sure I’d use it for wall hooks considering how many jackets end up on those things lol, but looks useful for something like putting up lightweight coving.
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Make sure you not mixing the 2 products
johnszi2307/01/2020 00:27

[Image] Make sure you not mixing the 2 products


These are really good in green. Smells nice
Any idea how to remove things off the wall once you've used this? Or do you just have to demolish the wall?
Anyone recommend anything for bonding IP67 silicone LED strips to powder coated aluminium? I left this to cure for over 24hrs, slight adhesion to the aluminium but didn't touch the silicone strip.
We have used no nails for bog holder, towel rail and curtain rail in living room (well we glued wood to the wall and screwed rail into it). 3 years later and everything is still on the wall.
Edited by: "thedavebaxter" 7th Jan
Stompin8907/01/2020 17:25

Any idea how to remove things off the wall once you've used this? Or do …Any idea how to remove things off the wall once you've used this? Or do you just have to demolish the wall?


I Much prefer Evostick Sticks Like Sh*t to this stuff - I’d try that
Edited by: "PaulKelly19799" 7th Jan
Stompin8907/01/2020 17:25

Any idea how to remove things off the wall once you've used this? Or do …Any idea how to remove things off the wall once you've used this? Or do you just have to demolish the wall?


With very great difficulty. It is not designed to be removed. It is designed to be a permanent solution. Depending on what has been fixed to the wall and how accessible the bond point is, you can use a hairdryer set to hot to weaken the bond. In cases where the bond is not easily accessible, there is not much at all that you can do other than to use a chisel with the high likelihood of causing damage to the wall (certainly in the case of a plasterboard wall) and the item itself.

If it's a small item, a hairdryer works quite well. Otherwise, use screws or nails even it means faffing around with a drill.
thedavebaxter07/01/2020 17:35

We have used no nails for bog holder, towel rail and curtain rail in …We have used no nails for bog holder, towel rail and curtain rail in living room (well we glued wood to the wall and screwed rail into it). 3 years later and everything is still on the wall.


It must be a bit of a walk to get the bog roll from the living room when you need it most ..... I’m assuming the bog isn’t in the living room with the bog roll holder, shower curtain and towel rail :/
Edited by: "harmageddon" 7th Jan
Thanks for posting; we've added this to the Highlights pages
If only the Romans had this for their crucifixions, wouldn't have had to nail up pretendy jesus.

I have used no nails and the likes to fix skirting board and fit t&g panels to walls.

The larger the surface area the better it will bond I found.
Edited by: "Gort1951" 8th Jan
Guan07/01/2020 17:35

Anyone recommend anything for bonding IP67 silicone LED strips to powder …Anyone recommend anything for bonding IP67 silicone LED strips to powder coated aluminium? I left this to cure for over 24hrs, slight adhesion to the aluminium but didn't touch the silicone strip.


You will need a specialist adhesive from 3M - not sure which one but if you drop them an email they will be able to advise. It wont be cheap either! 3m.co.uk/3M/…er/
johnszi2307/01/2020 00:27

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Easy. One sticks like sh!t. The other sh!t sticks on it
This is a complete gimmick and not worth £2 (more like 20p when compared to the below) never mind the insane price of £4-6!

50g for £2 Vs 500g+(300ml) for £1

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