3M Super 77 Multi-Purpose Adhesive, 4.37-Ounce

October 16, 2016 - Comment

Product Features Strong, durable bond Bonds quickly, and works on a broad range of surfaces Bonds to fabric, cardboard, plastic, metal, wood, felt, and more This item is not for sale in Catalina Island

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Product Features

  • Strong, durable bond
  • Bonds quickly, and works on a broad range of surfaces
  • Bonds to fabric, cardboard, plastic, metal, wood, felt, and more
  • This item is not for sale in Catalina Island

Comments

Brian Lev says:

Works Alright, Takes Some Practice, Not As Strong As Expected I used this spray adhesive to attach a large laminated map to several pieces of cork-covered foamboard. I sprayed outside on the front porch & ran inside to do the actual attachment and was glad, since even doing it that way left a funny smell in the house for about an hour afterward. Be prepared to move fast because it goes from wet to very tacky to dry in about a minute, maybe less — and once it’s grabbed on to something, it’s VERY hard to reposition things that didn’t line up properly. Despite that, there are some minor curling issues (see note at end).I was able to use this to attach the plastic-laminated map to the cork layer of the backing board, and also used it to easily attach strips of non-primed wood molding strips to the paper side of the backing board as reinforcement.NOTE: The map I used is laminated and came rolled up, so I had it laying flat on the floor (with weights all the way across & on all 4 corners) for 48 hours before attaching it to…

WiseCrew says:

Works GREAT for banquettes, benches, etc… This worked PERFECTLY for adhering 3″ foam to a bench top that I covered in cushion wrap & fabric! I would totally buy this again for any projects.Keep in mind this dries FAST, as in almost instantly, so be READY to adhere whatever you want to adhere; once the two surfaces touch, that’s it. I recommend doing it in sections rather than spraying a whole surface down & then placing the material you are trying to adhere together om top because the glue literally dries while spraying the rest of whatever it is. I knew this for my 2nd bench so I sprayed it in 3rds & it was MUCH EASIER to work with that way.I had JUST ENOUGH to spray two bench tops that are 71″ long & 78″ long by about 23-24″ wide. The can was sputtering at the end trying to make sure I had enough. I made it by the skin of my teeth, which was in part due to the fact that I sprayed the first bench top entirely before adhering the foam to it not realizing how fast it was drying, so…

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