1Ltr. Versatile, high tack, low viscosity, neoprene contact adhesive, bonds a large variety of materials including plastic, laminate, wood , aluminium and insulating materials. Formulated for non-mechanical applications.
Average Customer Rating:
(7 Reviews) 7
Rating Snapshot(7 reviews)
6 of 7(86%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for No Nonsense Contact Adhesive 1Ltr
"Just as good as the branded versions. I had run out of my usual brand and wanted some quick to finish off a job. In my humble opinion just the same - stuck well with just enough time before going off to adjust if required. Will be using more of this in future and saving around 60%. Good stuff"
"Bought this to stick a new lining in an instrument case. The glue is a bit thicker than the brand names, however I used a spreader and it was fine. The brush that is attached to the inside of the lid can come off, (it seems to get pulled off its stalk when spreading) however if you remember to check it frequently it is okay. I used the brush to get into the corners and I just pushed down on the lid to keep it in position,"
"Does exactly what it says, I used it for some stone for a fire place project and the grab and hold was just what was needed, as long as it stands the test of time then no worries, good product at a good price."
"The glue does the job well enough, although it is a lot thicker in consistency than the equivalent brand name contact/impact adhesives. The brand name adhesive runs like thin honey, whereas the No Nonsense adhesive is probably more like thick treacle. Be aware of this if you only want a very thin smear on a smooth surface.
It is cheaper litre for litre than brand name adhesives, but sadly I found that this was not money saved. It is packaged in a tin with a top about half the diameter of the tin and has a thin brush fixed into the underside. The narrow top, even with its sloping shoulders, means that it is almost impossible to get a significant amount of glue out when it is almost finished. A lot of it gets stuck in the rim between the top of the tine and the funnel neck. Other brands are usually in a tin with a uniform width like a varnish tin, and you can get most of the dregs out. What I saved in cost was left in the tin and was irretrievable.
The narrow brush on a flexible plastic stem would be fine for applying a patch to a punctured bicycle tyre ... if it had stayed fixed into the tid, but it fell off into the glue.
When I needed more I bought the brand of sticky stuff with a name like the sporty Mitsubishi, and it served my larger scale needs better."