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UniBond No more nails White Grab adhesive 280ml
This grab adhesive from the No more nails range by UniBond has a 48 hour drying time, and is suitable for use with for all types of wood, brick, concrete, plaster, plasterboard around the interior of your home.
- Suitable for Interior use
Features and benefits
- High strength adhesive that eliminates the need for nails and screws in many DIY ad repair jobs
- Adheres to most common building materials
- No More Nails invisible provides unparalleled support for heavier objects
- Water clean-up
- Repositionable bond
Health and safety
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|Drying time||2 days|
Baz11 - 1 month ago
Bought the outside one and it's completely useless
Kitchenwiz - 7 months ago
Absolute pants used this to stick plastic window sill to wood, wood sanded cleaned and scored put weights on to hold it down till dry took the weights of next day after 16 hrs it hadn't stuck at all
total waist of time and money.now I have to start all over again...Arrrrrrrr....
everardl - 1 year ago
Just carry on using those nails . Complete waste of money
Engineer1981 - 1 year ago
Bought this to stick a wooden trim which is very light and put some screws in too to hold it till it drys as soon as it had dried left over night i took the screws out and the trim just fell off now ive had to scrape off the no more nails and start all over again if it cant hold i light trim what can it hold
Squelchyno1 - 1 year ago
We bought this to apply brand new skirting in our brand new downstairs toilet. However we put more than enough adhesive on the back of the skirting, applied it to the wall and braced it overnight. On removing the braces the skirting popped straight off
We tried again removing the old adhesive applying double the amount we put on last time and applied it to the wall, braced it again and left for another 24 hours
Once again removing the braces the skirting popped off the wall
Rubbish product, does not do what it is supposed to do. So it has gone in the bin and I will be getting some masonary nails to attach the skirting as I should have done originally.
Only have it one star as I could not give it no stars