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3M

Model 90-24

Internet #100151277

Store SKU #453501

17.6 oz. High-Strength 90 Spray Adhesive

$12.99 /each
  • Industrial strength spray adhesive
  • Adjustable nozzel for precise spray control
  • Bonds laminates, kick plates, poly and plastic lettering

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3M Hi-Strength 90 Spray Adhesive is a fast-drying spray adhesive that bonds to concrete, wood, laminates, polyethylene and more. It's extremely strong bond gives you fast results to keep projects moving forward. This industrial grade formula is easy to dispense and can be applied directly to surfaces. 3M Hi-Strength 90 Spray Adhesive also provides heat and moisture resistance.

  • Convenient, fast, high contact-bond strength
  • Low soak-in keeps more adhesive on the surface to provide better coverage
  • High heat resistance maintains bond strength even after extended exposure to heat
  • Precise spray control and variable spray width makes it easy to apply
  • Covers up to 65 sq. ft. per can
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How much surface area will a can cover

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August 22, 2016
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200-400 sq. ft. depending on the surface you are spraying, that is only one side, both surfaces need to be coated
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August 22, 2016
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Thanks for your question! This product Covers up to 65 sq. ft. per can. If you’re interested talking further with a tech expert, please feel free to reach out directly at 800-494-3552. Thank you!
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August 22, 2016
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This covers 65 square feet.
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Can this be used to glue down countertop corner bumpers ?

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August 24, 2016
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Yes. This product will work to bond corner bumpers when used according to the instructions on the can. If you have additional questions please call 1.800.537.9514 M-F 8am-5pm CT. Thank you for asking!
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I do believe so, make sure that BOTH surfaces are sprayed w/ the adhesive , allow about 20 minutes- press them together (clamp if possible, if not set something heavy on them) allow to set overnight. HAPPY Glueing
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August 19, 2016
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Yes, this adhesive can be used for that application.
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Will 3M 90 glue a 1/4 inch marble tile to a metal fireplace facing?

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May 18, 2016
Regular Floor Tile adhesive failed most likely due to heat on metal surface from fireplace, ther are no supports on bottom of Tile
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Yes, Just make sure that both surfaces are clean (wipe with acetone or lacquer thinner) and DRY- coat both surfaces, allow 15-25 minutes before aligning (it will not move once touched together) clamp with 20-50 lbs. of pressure for 20-30 minutes- if you mis-aline, Lacquer thinner will loosen the joint (I had to remove and reattach a large section of formica)-
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Yes, Just make sure that both surfaces are clean (wipe with acetone or lacquer thinner) and DRY- coat both surfaces, allow 15-25 minutes before aligning (it will not move once touched together) clamp with 20-50 lbs. of pressure for 20-30 minutes- if you mis-aline, Lacquer thinner will loosen the joint (I had to remove and reattach a large section of formica)
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May 20, 2016
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Unfortunately our spray adhesives are too thin to work for your application. We do have some fire barrier caulking that may work for you. If you are interested in seeing if this will work for you please call our team at 1.800.328.1687 M-F 8am-5pm CT. Thanks again!
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Can it be used on memory foam

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May 13, 2016
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Thank you for taking the time to share your question. Due to the technical nature of your inquiry, we ask that you call our tech team at 800-494-3552 so we can help. Thanks!
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In some instances it will work very well, closed cell foam mostly, I would check a small corner and make sure it doesn't cause a lot of foam to melt, to achieve a good bond some softening should occur, if it causes much melting - use a rubber cement or double sided HEAVY DUTY tape ,I have used this to strengthen tape glue action, I hope this helps.( I use this adhesive a lot with my woodwork to leather)
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May 12, 2016
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Yes, the adhesive can be used on memory foam.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works in the cold Needed some contact cement to attach a small piece of laminate to plywood on a telescope mount. The laminate was 16 by 17 inches. Problem was I needed to do it outside in about 30 degree weather. I read that some other reviewer had used in in cold weather so tried it. The spray had the consistency of a thin honey. That could have been the weather. It dried very fast. Again I was in the sun, but cold temperature. The glue sticks to each other very well. It has been a few months now and no issues. I used very little of the glue so I am hoping that it will have a decent shelf life cause it is a bit costly. Time will tell on that. March 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I used this products to fix my sons backpack. I used this products to fix my sons backpack. You see my son likes to throw his backpack around like he's part of a Beastie Boys music video. So I had get creative and attach a homemade skid plate to the bottom of the backpack. I purchased an aluminum 'For Sale' sign, black spray paint, spray adhesive, and 4 screws with nuts. The spray adhesive did a good job holding the piece of aluminum sign down while I drilled holes through it and the backpack, then I attached the nuts on the inside. After that step was complete I spray painted the new skid plate black and now it looks like it was originally part of the backpack . February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Industrial Strength Adhesive Spray I used this to install copper sheeting around the Sommbeer bar. Worked great, super tacky but not permanent which was ok for this application. December 29, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by dries to fast for large areas Not great for larger areas .Sets fast. I like . 3m super77 better. December 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Multi Purposes This is great for big projects bacause you can spray it on or when you just need a spot repair. It doesn't dry out or get hard so it can sit on shelf for a long time. November 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Spot on product The adhesive performs exactly as expected. No surprises, very strong, professional results. November 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great spray glue!! I used this for gluing new auto headliner material into the car. I did remove the headliner and scraped off all the old fabric and foam. Then sprayed this 3M 90 on the cardboard liner and rolled the new fabric onto the tacky glue. It is holding like nothing else. Both cars I did look as good as new and the headliner is really holding on well with this glue. Very pleased. The glue does have a quick set up time, so you need to be prepared to place the items together within 2-3 min after applying the spray glue. Highly recommended. August 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A great spray adhesive I only buy the 3M brand because I know it will always perform great. Other brands may be a bit less expensive, but why take chances on quality. I use this product to affix shipping labels onto containers such as 55-gallon drums, roll-off containers, plastic tanks, and large cardboard boxes. The labels already have adhesive on them, but this is cheap insurance that the labels will stay on. Spray the surface of the container and the back of the label, wait a couple minutes, and put the label on. It won't come off. I recently used this in below-freezing weather (less than 20 degrees F) and the adhesive on the labels would not have worked. But this product worked fantastic. April 8, 2015
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