"We used yellow gripfill on our skirting board to hold in place but they all fell off, so we tried this. Excellent stuff definitely better than the rest of the adhesive out there and it's solvent free"
"Evo-Stik 'Sticks Like cant say' review does not allow what it is called. I have used this to stop coping stones from leaking by sticking 5mm plastic board over the top & 3 years later is still like new. Gripfill & No more nails are products of the past. Evo-Stik remains flexible so does not become brittle over time & paired up with its bonding strength its win win."
"I could not believe how brilliant this stuff is work on dry & wet stuff out in the rain! Great consultancy easy to work with! Only word of advice is if you're not 100% sure where you want whatever you're using it on don't use it as you'll have a job getting it off!!"
"Great adhesive that works as it states. We use this for sticking insulation foam together. There seems to be little issue with reliability of the adhesion and once set is great underwater, as we use the insulation for building model boat hulls."
"I have been using this stuff for a while now, probably used a good 20 odd tubes.
Its a bit pricey when compared with other adhesives but it won't let you down. I have used this to fix skirting boards, as a glue betwwen parts being screwed together and a multitude of other jobs.
I actually like using this product when I'm fixing onto plasterboard, for example wooden batons for stairgates or curtain poles - I use screws as well to add a mechanical fix but this really does reinforce the fix and something worth considering.
I wouldn't go as far as trying to hang wall cabinets or sheets of gyproc with it as some DIYers seem to think you can but for light duty applications or that with supplementary mechanical fixings then it is the product of choice. lower odour and higher working time than some others but remember once its dried, its stuck!"
"Sticks just about anything to just about anything else. I've used it to stick reversing sensors back on the car. Wooden and metal things on to rough concrete walls, skirting boards and picture rails (No need for nails). I've even stuck a leather patch on a leather boot. Once it sets, it ain't moving. Can I say it's the dogs whatsits.. with a name like this who can complain!"