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UniBond No More Nails Invisible Solvent free Grab adhesive 0.2L
This grab adhesive from the No More Nails Invisible range by UniBond has a holds in just 10 seconds, fully dry in 24 hour drying time, and is suitable for use with wood, ceramic, metal, glass, concrete, brickwork, plaster, stone, most plastics (not pe, pp or teflon; at least one surface must be porous) around the interior of your home.
- Guarantee - 1 year
- For use on Wood, plaster, ceramic, concrete, metal, stone, brickwork & glass
- Solvent free
Features and Benefits
This high strength adhesive eliminates the need for nails and screws in many of your repair and DIY jobs. It holds in just 10 seconds and dries clear. Great for a variety of uses around your home.
- Goes on white, but dries clear for a cleaner repair job
- Repositionable for up to 5 minutes after application, for easier application
- Quick-dry formula, holds in just 10 seconds
- Low odour for interior use
- Easy to clean with water and cloth in case of any mistakes
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 Invisible|
|Container size||200 ml|
|Drying time||Holds in just 10 seconds, fully dry in 24 hours|
|Coverage||Approximately 7m of a 6mm bead|
Doesnt do what it was supoosed to do
jbdawes - 1 year ago
The only no nails that works in my opinion and experience is the evostick product
awful did not do the job
Rich VFX - 2 years ago
Not really happy with this product, it failed to adhere and cure over several days. I used to use this product all the time but this batch just failed in its job. Not all pleased about this, epecially with time sensitive work.
Flow setting tricky
squirrel59 - 2 years ago
I'm sure the glue itself does the job, but I really struggled with the flow setting - meaning the stuff came gushing out like a river and I ended up wasting a lot. I'll stick to the more conventional tubes.
Good, but watch out for the flow setting
cbrian - 4 years ago
I would refute the claim it bonds instantly. It does, however, bond within 15 seconds.
I easily removed some excess glue from the door threshold within the first 15 seconds. If it was "instant", this would not be possible.
2. The trigger to control the flow is a good idea. The red tab to open the product flow rate MUST be carefully set..
WARNING - If you have it on max flow, squeezing the trigger, it was only in the last few millimetres of squeezing the glue suddenly gushed out - too much and obviously sticky to remove. I cant see an application in the home where this rate of flow would be of use.
RECOMMENDATION - I urge you to keep the flow below the midpoint and much lower to achieve a fine and more controllable coverage area. You can always increase it!
TEST OF TIME...