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NN Mitre Adhesive Trade Pack

NN Mitre Adhesive Trade Pack
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for No Nonsense Mitre Adhesive Trade Pack 400ml
Review 1 for No Nonsense Mitre Adhesive Trade Pack 400ml
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No Nonsense
27 Mar 2014
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, Solihull
"This glue is a very speedy product which adheres within seconds of you putting it on your item of choice, A large bottle lasts a long time and it never seems to go off (has a good shelf life)
Be careful if you do get it on your fingers as its a pain to get off.
On the whole a product I'd recommend as I've been using it for 10+ years and I've not had any problems with the glue or the canister 10/10"
Review 2 for No Nonsense Mitre Adhesive Trade Pack 400ml
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The best wood filler ever!
22 Jul 2009
By
, gloucester
"I use this adhesive as a filler on imperfections on oak and other cabinetwork timbers, like flake-outs, small edge cracks etc. Once cured, it can be sanded flush. Because it sets crystal clear in thin layers you can see the grain through it, so the fill is invisible and a perfect match. You can build up thicknesses in layers, and it takes all oil or varnish finishes- but not stains, so I do that before filling."
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.