Which liquid nails to choose

Such a material as liquid nails is very popular, both in the construction industry and in everyday life. This unique adhesive composition is able to quickly and easily glue almost any materials: ceramics, wood, metal, drywall, glass, etc. Thanks to this, liquid nails are considered to be a universal construction glue.

Liquid nails appeared on the market quite a long time ago and now such a material is widely in demand during construction, repair, finishing and restoration work of varying complexity. One or another type of liquid nails is chosen depending on the materials to be glued, operating conditions and composition. We will try to figure out which liquid nails are there, and which ones are worth choosing.

Applications of liquid nails

Universal adhesive compositions are suitable for use in any conditions for gluing different types of surfaces. There are also more specific liquid nails designed for certain types of construction work. Special purpose adhesives are accompanied by detailed recommendations for use. On the market you can find many such varieties of liquid nails for:

  • Interior and exterior works
  • Ceramics, mirrors and glasses
  • Dry and wet rooms
  • Installation of heavy structures
  • Polystyrene panels
  • Installation of slopes, skirting boards and others
     


There are also compounds with increased strength and high curing rate. What is better to choose?

Universal solution - Tekno PU liquid nails

If you are interested in a universal high-quality glue that can be used in most cases and get an equally good result, pay attention to Tekno PU liquid nails. It is a one-component adhesive with high adhesion rates based on polyurethane. The composition of this glue is characterized by fast solidification and can be used for gluing almost any materials, including concrete, gypsum, marble, etc.

Tekno PU liquid nails can be used for:

  • bonding of materials with a porous and smooth surface;
  • sealing seams in the bathroom;
  • external and internal construction and finishing works;
  • gluing materials in vertical and horizontal position;
  • assembly and production works;
  • gluing of finishing and decorative materials, cladding, baseboards, window sills, window and door slopes, tiles, etc.
     

Advantages of choosing Tekno PU liquid nails

In addition to its versatility, the one-component quick-setting adhesive composition has a number of important advantages:

  • Due to the absence of solvents in the composition, the glue does not have a sharp smell and can be used in unventilated rooms;
  • Liquid nails are resistant to moisture, so they can be used in rooms with high humidity and applied to wet surfaces.;
  • Due to the low fluidity, liquid nails are easy to apply, which greatly simplifies bonding.


To use Tekno PU liquid nails, there is no need for additional materials – you will only need an extrusion gun.

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