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UniBond No More Nails Original Solvent free Grab adhesive 0.3L
DiscontinuedUnfortunately, we no longer stock this item.
This grab adhesive from the No More Nails Original range by UniBond has a instant initial grab, fully dry in 24-48 hour drying time, and is suitable for use with wood, tiling, metal, stone, plastic, plaster and concrete around the interior of your home.
- Guarantee - 1 year
- For use on Wood, plaster, concrete, brick, stone, metal, polystyrene, ceramic & PVC
- Solvent free
Features and benefits
This high strength adhesive is great for many DIY and repair jobs, eliminating the need for screws and nails. Safe and easy to use, with excellent grab and high bond strength, it's ideal for supporting heavier objects. It will adhere to most building materials inside your home.
- Holds instantly with robust support for heavier objects
- Easy to clean up
- Virtually odourless
- Repositionable for easier application
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.
|Range||No More Nails Original|
|Container size||300 ml|
|Drying time||Instant initial grab, fully dry in 24-48 hours|
No more nails.... but you may need screws..
Mal2b - 2 years ago
After 24 hrs the "no more nails" surfaces just fell apart at the lightest of strain ( Pipe boxing with 3 ply and batons). Not as instant grab as they claim. Really not impressed. Anyone thinking of getting some of this would be advised to try something other than no more nails.
Useless unless use with nails
Gameboy - 3 years ago
So slow setting it is a useful as playdough or putty. If you fancy spending half the day stood there waiting for it to set then fine. It is not glue. I tried it on some beading and no chance bonding a piece to skirting board. Absolutely ridiculous. Probably only can think of one use is helping strengthen wood joins. In that case by wood glue. Biggest waste of money I have spent on an adhesive. I would recommend using nails or a gorilla type glue. It is also like putty so impossible to spread evenly.
Makes life simple
Emjay13 - 4 years ago
Used to stick mdf skirting to walls and upvc windowboard to plaster fill. Simples
Not the same
valred - 4 years ago
I always used No Nails as I found it instantly adhered to almost anything... now it isn't nearly as good as it was... I wanted to stick door panels on plain door. they fell off numerous times... so having used half a big tube on 6 panels I shall be looking for somethings else which is instant fix.
Does not glue at all
Julie1710 - 5 years ago
I bought 5 of those as we are doing quite a lot of DYI. This product has been very disappointing for installation of coving, skirting board and a mirror in the bathroom. It has not work for any of that. My husband and I hold the mirror for 15 minutes and got tired so we gave up and wiped the product away. It had not dried at all. We will be returning the 4 remaining products and hopefully find something more suitable.