I've not seen any official test results. From my own experience, Gripfill
sticks more securely and fills gaps better than some of the other products -
but takes longer to cure. For example, if you stick a threshold strip down
with Gripfill, it probably won't feel rock solid until the following day.
But once set, you won't separate the items non-destructively!
On Sat, 8 Nov 2003 20:04:49 +0000 (UTC), "Rick Hughes"
I've generally found Gripfill better and stronger for most
applications in terms of strength, but the white products like No More
Nails flow better. I believe that Gripfill is solvent based but
whether that makes a difference I don't know.....
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I must admit to preferring Grip fill. The habit is from the good old
days when the competition's quality control was suspect. Other stuff
to haze over as soon as you squeezed it out. In a dusty environment you
had no chance, especially in warm weather.
Nowadays they're all excellent though. You just have to be quick from
application to fixing.
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