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Liquid Nails Small Projects & Repairs Adhesive (LN-600)

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Very strong glue


Liquid nails is an incredibly strong adhesive that holds up very well and works on a variety of materials. Great for repairs or projects. It can be found at most hardware stores and is reasonably priced. Make sure you let it dry before using whatever you glued for maximum hold.



Liquid Nails Small Project Adhesive--good for intended surfaces


My 4-year-old beheaded her beloved Snow White the other day. That little head on the small plastic doll just popped right off when she tried to retrieve Snow White from the 9-month-old, who thought she had found a really cool teether. The package does not say that **Liquid Nails Small Project Adhesive** is NOT recommended for a plastic Snow White. I knew this product has worked great on numerous other small repairs I have made. When the soap dish fell off the side of the shower, my husband stuck that thing back on with enough **Liquid Nails** to stick himself to the shower. Believe me, it stayed. I also bought a couple of plastic clipboards for putting the older girls' artwork on the refrigerator. I bought a roll of magnets that you can cut to your preferred size and tried to glue the magnet pieces to the back of the clipboards with various products and finally tried Liquid Nails, and it seems to be working for now. Hoorah! I tried re-sticking a few ceiling tiles back to the ceiling with this product, but that was a disaster. Part of the problem was because we had some very fine insulation that kept trying to get on the edges of the surface where I was trying to repair. It kept coming loose, and the ceiling tile tended to break if I applied pressure. If I made any headway, then one of my children would have an emergency. When I contracted with someone to re-do parts of my bathroom, I decided to get a professional to fix that as well. Several guys had given me estimates on the bathroom, but they said they didn't repair ceilings and spoke about how easy the ceiling tiles were to repair on your own. Maybe it is an easy repair, but the guy who ended up sticking those ceiling tiles up had a difficult time doing it as well. That at least made me feel a little bit better about the situation. The packaging does mention that the surface must be clean, dry, and structurally sound. The packaging actually mentions soap dishes for recommended surfaces. It also mentions drywall, concrete, ceramics, wood, stone, metal, and brick veneer. I have a squeeze tube of Liquid Nails, and it is pretty difficult for me to squeeze the product out of the tube because it is VERY thick. I think it would be difficult to make very small and fine repairs (like perhaps the ceramic suggested above) because the product is thick and would be difficult to get a fine line. The packaging mentions using Liquid Nails Adhesive and Caulk Remover or mineral spirits for clean-up. I don't remember getting any of this adhesive on my hands, so I'm not sure how easy this is to clean up. **My Viewpoint:** If you are looking for an adhesive for the surfaces recommended above, **Liquid Nails** is a great choice. It adheres well when many other adhesives fall short. I'll certainly use **Liquid Nails** for future repairs. As for Snow White, I finally laid her to rest.

Piedmont, NC


Liquid Nails Small Projects & Repairs Adhesive (LN-600)

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