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Diall Solvent-free Coving Adhesive & filler 1L
This coving adhesive & filler is suitable for all lightweight polystyrene and polyurethane coving, mouldings and ceiling centres.
- Guarantee - 1 year
Features and benefits
- Good initial grab, covers up to 10 metres
Health and safety
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|Suitable use type||Coving|
Big snicks - Yesterday
Having used this on the first bedroom, I’ve followed using this by the book, sticking coving to a clean surface and used a fair amount per piece, yes it dries fast and is easy to apply but doesn’t have a very good stick to it, it would be ideal for sealing the joints of the coving but not for applying coving to walls, I would recommend no nails as it’s full proof
Great product, stuck up no issues
MrsLeslie - 23 days ago
Used this to stick coving up in 2 full rooms, easy to use, little sloppy but sticks quick and easy to clean off. Also used it to stick pvc tiles to a door way alcove, and again no issues whatsoever.
Great for light coving products
GordonHe - 1 month ago
Great product for polystyrene coving. Easy to use when you put in the gun.
Griped the coving well, used it to seal gaps to wall too
X7x - 3 months ago
I’m very confused by some of the previous reviews and we had no problems whatsoever with this adhesive. It stuck very well and was fairly quick drying too. We managed to cove our living room in one evening and have transformed our room for no more than £40 all in all. Highly recommend this product and think it’s great value for money.
Did exactly what I needed it to do.
LFC_Sparky - 5 months ago
Bought this product on a recommendation from a friend who had also used it. After reading the reviews on here already, I was very sceptical it was going to work. Like a previous reviewer I struggled with the first piece I fitted. After measuring and cutting pieces to fit I used small notice board pins to hold in place. I would then mark a line with a pencil along top and bottom edges then run a line of adhesive just inside the line as I found it difficult to run it along the actual coving (I found cutting the nozzle on a slight angle helps to make it stick to wall and ceiling). Then you can push the coving against the adhesive and the line helps you get it into the right place. If any presses out use your finger to press it back, running your finger along it, it also seals the edge.