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Evo-Stik Gripfill Solvented Grab adhesive 0.31L
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This grab adhesive from the Gripfill range by Evo-Stik has a 24 hour drying time, and is suitable for use with most materials and surfaces around the interior & exterior of your home.
- Guarantee - 1 year
- For use on Wood, plywood, hardboard, chipboard, plastic, brick, metal, stone, ceramics, concrete, GRP, plasterboard & more
Features and benefits
Evo-Stik Gripfill is a solvent-borne, filled rubber resin adhesive, developed to bond a large variety of rigid materials together, regardless of the evenness of the surface. It has a range of uses; in the building of home extensions, caravans and cars.
- Excellent strength, including on vertical applications
- Bonds almost any surface
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Container size||310 ml|
|Drying time||24 hours|
|Coverage||Approximately 11m of a 6mm bead|
|Location||Internal & external|
mannyroad - 2 years ago
I bought 8 tubes of this a month ago for skirtings and architraves. I've used the B&Q equivalent before to great success. The Gripfill product won't squeeze out of the tube easily, being too stiff, and simply doesn't stick to the skirting, preferring to stay in bead form rather than smearing onto the wood. It just simply won't stick. Thinking it might be faulty I borrowed an unopened tube of Gripfill off my neighbour and it was exactly the same. Complete rubbish. Won't be buying or recommending Gripfill ever.
Fekkpig - 2 years ago
Came to use it and couldn't get it out of the tube. Was about 30% solid as I discovered when I slit the length of the tube as I needed to get the job done. Robbins.
Seems to stick good
Martcole - 2 years ago
Used to stick an outside door frame on (with panel pins) and seems to be holding painted wood to brickwork. Time will tell.
Adhesive okay, cartridge rubbish
Anonymous - 2 years ago
I bought this yesterday to finish off attaching fascia to garage but the nozzle ended up coming away from the cartridge with adhesive everywhere. I ended up using a small amount then chucked the rest of the cartridge in bin.
It does what it says
Nen - 2 years ago
I wouldn't use anything else, its saved me hours of work