Liquid Nails (4 Variations) review
Product category: Construction Adhesive
Brand: Liquid Nails
The 4 variations of Liquid Nails (LN-907, LN-3000, LN-704, and LN-903) are often regarded as being some of the best, strongest, and most durable constructions adhesives on the market. So do they live up to all the hype they get? Let’s find out.
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SaleBestseller No. 1
Liquid Nails LN-903 2 Pack Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive, Tan
- Liquid Nails Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive is a multi-purpose, low-solvent, high-strength construction adhesive specially formulated to provide the professional and do-it-yourselfer excellent adhesion and extended working time
- Certified by UL Environment to meet the GREENGUARD Gold Standard as a low emitting material
- Recommended for many exterior and interior heavy duty applications including plywood, particleboard, brick veneers (interior only), foamboard, waferboard, treated lumber, imitation stone (interior only), ceiling tiles, cementboard, drywall, tileboard and 1/8" MDF paneling
- Not recommended for flooring applications, ceramics, mirrors, granite, marble, plastic, vinyl, underlayment and installing tileboard directly to studding
- Strong bond will outlast project. Strong, durable and flexible
Bestseller No. 2
Liquid Nails Small Projects Multi-Purpose Adhesive
- Construction grade
- Weather resistant
- Paintable / Stainable
- Works where hammer and nails can't
SaleBestseller No. 3
Liquid Nails LN-903 2 Pack Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive, Tan - 4 Pack
- 4 PACK of Liquid Nails LN-903
- Bonds heaviest materials.Water resistant, durable, and flexible
- Superior bond outlasts project
- Bonds to plywood, particle board, brick veneer, corkboard, and cement backerboard
- Excellent gap filling
SaleBestseller No. 4
Liquid Nails is a mounting adhesive that can be used universally for all sorts of construction projects. Its strength is incredible with just one drop of adhesive able to hold 50kg of weight. It can even bond in a wide range of temperatures from 22° F to 120° F (-5°C to 49°C), so it can be used in a variety of climates with no problem at all, regardless of which variation of Liquid Nails you use. It can bond easily with multi-textured surfaces and dries within only a few seconds. All of them are at the very least water-resistant and one, LN-3000 is even fully waterproof.
What You Need in Order Use Liquid Nails
Since Liquid Nails is a construction adhesive, a caulking gun will be needed to be able to get the glue out, regardless of which one you get. Once you have a caulking gun, you can place your adhesive bottle in it, cut off the tip, and use either a nail or a wire to puncture the inner seal and then you can start gluing. If you get Liquid Nails in any unwanted areas, you can use water to clean it up if it is still wet or any adhesive remover if it has dried.
The Most Important Thing to Know About Liquid Nails
It is important to consider what you want to do with your project before you purchase any Liquid Nails products. If you need something waterproof, do not get the LN-704, if you need something with the Greenguard Gold Standard seal, then LN-903 is not the product for you. Each product brings something different to the table so it is important to do your research before you buy so you know you are getting the best product for your project.
Another Important Thing to Know Before You Buy Liquid Nails
Liquid Nails, regardless of the product, is toxic in its liquid state as it contains solvents, which are dangerous to humans. Do not ingest Liquid Nails and keep it away from contact with your skin and eyes. Fortunately, Liquid Nails is not flammable and it can even freeze and thraw and still maintain its bonding power, so storage is easy as long as it is kept away from children.
Liquid Nails is a very good adhesive replacement for metal nails. With its easy application, easy cleanup, multiple product options, and strong bonding power, it is the perfect product for all of your construction adhesive needs.
Liquid Nails will set well when left overnight and will reach its full strength 1 week after application.
No, after it is dry, all of the solvents which are harmful to humans have evaporated and Liquid Nails is no longer toxic.
Liquid Nails has a working time of about 15 minutes, so make sure things are laid out before you apply.
It will generally go away in less than 24 hours.
Liquid Nails should only be disposed of after the tube is empty. Let the remaining product dry out and then the tube can be put with the regular household waste.