PL Premium PT Wood to Concrete?

Will PL Premium adhesive bond 1 x 2 pressure treated sleepers (laid flat) to an outdoor concrete slab that has a sound surface?
The slab is not sealed, not shiny smooth but also not pitted to any great extent.
Thanks!
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What is PL Premium???? Who makes it, what does their label and their web site say????
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On 04/15/12 5:12 PM, hr(bob) snipped-for-privacy@att.net wrote:

What is PL Premium????
A popular construction adhesive. They barely try to hide the label when they use it on DIY shows and This Old House. Must not be "fully sponsored".
Who makes it????
Loctite
What does their label and their web site say????
Recommended For: Bonding most common construction materials such as wood, treated wood, hardwood flooring, concrete, stone, marble, slate, masonry, brick, foam insulation of all sorts, carpets, metal, lead, cement-based products, ceramic, fiberglass, drywall and mirrors.
Allow me to reword my question:
Does anyone have any experience using PL Premium adhesive to bond 1 x 2 pressure treated sleepers (laid flat) to an outdoor concrete slab that has a sound surface?
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DerbyDad03 wrote:

I've used PL Premium quite a bit over the past 5 years.
But only for wood-to-wood bonding.
My gut feeling is that it will not work very well for concrete-to-wood bonding regardless how clean the concrete surface is. But I believe that LePage says that it will work on concrete - so maybe I'm completely wrong.
Buy a small tube and give it a try.
You might want to look at this product:
http://www.lepageproducts.com/ProductDetail.aspx?pid 3
LEPAGE PL POLYURETHANE CONCRETE CRACK & MASONRY
PL Polyurethane Concrete and Masonry is a high performance, one-component, polyurethane sealant designed for easy gunning. This sealant exhibits outstanding durability, tear resistance and movement capability of 25%.
RECOMMENDED FOR:
Seals cracks in foundation walls, concrete floors and expansion joints. Also seals around bricks and walls. Bonds concrete, brick, stucco, metal, wood, vinyl, plastic and fiberglass.
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR:
Contact with oil-based caulking, silicone sealant, polysulfide, alcohol-based materials or solvents, or fillers impregnated with oil, asphalts or tar; Wood weathered for at least 6 months; Continuous water immersion.
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