FWIW I found another off-label use for spray adhesive. I bought a half
dozen cans of some spray adhesive for 98cents/each at the local surplus
building supply place(Hood's). Well, I was having trouble backing(tires
would lose traction) my lawn tractor up the metal bed of my tilt trailer
after doing a lawn. I found that if I sprayed the tire tracks on the bed
and a little on the tractor tires I had NO trouble getting the thing
That's what you get after they reach up with the wet gloves and scratch their
noses, latching onto a few stray nose hairs in the process. Or that more like
"Man is a reasoning rather than a reasonable animal."
This started to look like a good post that was going to describe the
different spray adhesives. Then it stopped and just said: This one
is "good" this other one is "cheap", etc. Hey, guys. Let hear about
relative costs, yes, but also is it contact? Can you move the two
surfaces and how long after the adhesive is applied? What is the
relative strength (use the weight of material or some other good
example to describe strength). What is it best used for? Is it
flamable? Is if for mounting pictures, fasten lining material to
wood? Does it do what the label says? Any other piece of useful info.
and dialog. Also, if you used many different types, give your
On 15 Dec 2003 16:18:37 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Eric Anderson)
I just bought a can of Elmer's to reglue the white plastic coating to
some drop ceiling tiles (fibreglass backing I believe). Ya gotta let
it set up for a minute or so before it gets tacky - it's pretty wet
when you first spray it. Kind of a pain IMO.
I also used it on some end-grain butt-joints and have been unable to
separate them with my hydraulic press. Your results may vary.
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