310ml. High strength, quick-grab, fast curing, solvented bonding adhesive with gap-filling properties. Adheres to most common building surfaces and replaces nails and screws. Can be used on rough or smooth surfaces, internally or externally. Also fixes skirting boards, decorative panels, door surrounds, PVC cladding, floorboards, timber framework, worktops, grippers, vineers, mouldings and laminates.
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(13 Reviews) 13
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7 of 13(54%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for I Can't Believe It's Not Nails Solvented 310ml
Review 1 for I Can't Believe It's Not Nails Solvented 310ml
"It's interesting seeing such divergent views on a product. I've used this adhesive for many different jobs and it's always seemed fine to me. Perhaps my expectations are lower, as I don't expect it to stick RIGHT NOW! especially on an uneven surface. If something heavy is slipping I just prop it into position until the adhesive sets. For the money, this is a good product."
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Review 2 for I Can't Believe It's Not Nails Solvented 310ml
"There are obviously divergent views on the efficacy and suitability of different grab adhesives.
As one who has also tried to glue down skirting and architraving rather than screw it down so that it could be varnished over instead of painted, the conclusion I have come to is that if your walls, like mine, or so out of true that you can't glue the wood to the wall without having to bend the wood under pressure, then gluing is never going to be a solution, whether you deem it acceptable or not.
The reason why I think that is that even if you were abel to get the wood to eventually adhere to the wall material the pressure that its is likely to be under is probably going to encourage it to shear off, tearing off either a thin layer of wood, a thin layer of plaster, or if the walls are really poor, substantial chunks of plaster and underlying concrete screed.
In such circumstances I can't see any other choice other than to nail or screw the timber down. Either that. or use an architraving material that permits a mounting frame to be screwed to the wall and then have a front capped on, as with uPVC skirting. That is expensive, though. The ultimate solution is to sort the walls out. :-("
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Review 6 for I Can't Believe It's Not Nails Solvented 310ml
"This is probably great if you are working with perfectly flat surfaces, however I was attaching skirting board to the bottom of a bedroom wall. The base of the wall was not perfectly flat and so the adhesive did not hold even though I used extra adhesive at this point. I had to drill and countersink the hole and then use a screw at this point, then used filler on the countersink and rub down. Then the skirting was FIRMLY attached to the wall. So in summary, I am sure that this product works on absolutely perfectly flat walls, but I won't be using it again!!"
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Review 7 for I Can't Believe It's Not Nails Solvented 310ml
"Unless I'm mistaken the formulation of this seems to have changed at some point recently. I was using something green before (which performed OK) but this product (the adhesive, not the tube ;-) is now yellow.
Suffice to say, whoever sourced this for Screwfix should be shot! It slips and slumps from the moment it comes out of the tube - so much so that it's neither 'quick grab' or 'gap filling'. Nor is it 'fast curing'. Bank on needing to apply temporary mechanical fixings whilst it sets, and don't try and use it on anything other than the horizontal, or it will all just slide to the bottom...