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Liquid Nails

Model LN-901

Internet #202203994

Store SKU #421791

10-oz. Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive

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Liquid Nails Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive is a heavy-duty performer, ideal for foamboard, corkboard, green board, plywood, fiberglass and more. Designed for the most demanding applications, it provides a high strength, water and weather resistant bond that will outlast the project. This specially formulated adhesive remains flexible when dry, making projects more impact resistant and durable. And with this special Case Pack, you can keep plenty on hand to many different types of projects.

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  • Use in heavy duty applications with foamboard, corkboard, green board, plywood, fiberglass, imitation stone, particleboard, tile board, wood trim, brick veneers, polystyrene foam, ceiling tile, cement backer board, drywall/gypsum, wafer board, treated Lumber and 1/8 in. MDF Paneling
  • Provides instant holding power is workable for 10 minutes time before setting
  • Bridges gaps up to 3/8 in. to help ensure the best results for Pros and DIYers alike
  • Formulated with antioxidants for durable, all-weather performance
  • Contributes to LEED certification and towards NAHB National Green Building Standard certification of the structure
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Will this adhere to metal?

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June 18, 2016
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I would strongly recommend Liquid Nails Fuze-it.
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July 11, 2015
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Honestly, Im NOT a great fan to ask these questions. The stuff wont adhere to ANYTHING! Ask Home Depot to start carrying West Coast Epoxy. Holds and sets wet even....flexible...drillable..sandable...150,000 psi !! Even cures underwater. Either way.....go with an epoxy....period. Heck,,,Gorilla Tape would hold better than this stuff....LOL
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March 20, 2015
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It will adhere to metal. A word of caution. This will work fine if you are gluing something that will be indoors. If you are trying to glue something to metal for outdoor use, once exposed to cold temperatures the Liquid Nails will harden and whatever you are trying to glue to the metal will have let go. I tried gluing foam pipe insulation that I made a lengthwise slit in and glued it to the metal edged Read More
It will adhere to metal. A word of caution. This will work fine if you are gluing something that will be indoors. If you are trying to glue something to metal for outdoor use, once exposed to cold temperatures the Liquid Nails will harden and whatever you are trying to glue to the metal will have let go. I tried gluing foam pipe insulation that I made a lengthwise slit in and glued it to the metal edged work table in my garage to protect the car door from getting dinged when it banged into the edge of the workbench. It worked great...for awhile. Then winter came along and the foam pipe insulation came loose from the work bench. It doesn't hold up in cold temperatures. Read Less
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August 7, 2014
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Hi Ulvegaard, unfortunately the technical data sheet for this product does not mention metal.
There is another brand of construction adhesive that bonds to metal. It is the Loctite brand. Below is a link to show you the product. Check it out, this may be a good alternative for you to use,
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Loctite-PL375-10-fl-oz-Heavy-Duty-Construction-Adhesive-12-Pack-1390601/202538706
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can this be used to join bricks exposed to fire?

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June 18, 2016
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Absolutely not! Your project requires a cement product. Please consult with your local H.D. Pro desk or building materials associate where they can show you one of the many products that will be suitable for your project
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Heck NO....
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May 4, 2015
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NO not recommended
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April 18, 2014
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No. I contacted the manufacturer.
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Will adhere to styrofoam

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June 23, 2016
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Yes, as long as the other side is going to a porous surface so the adhesive can cure
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June 18, 2016
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It states it can be used on foamboard. It also is water based vs volatile based so it will bond well to styrofoam.
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June 18, 2016
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Yes, this product is compatible.
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can you use this on retaining walls

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No. Loctite makes a product for retaining walls
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March 20, 2015
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I would not recommend Liquid Nails for this type of project. I used Liquid Nails to put together wooden raised gardens I made out of red cherry landscape timbers that I cut to size. Liquid Nails I have found doesn not hold up when exposed to cold temperatures. The adhesive gets hard and no longer bonds to the adjoining piece. In other words I can pull the landscape timbers apart and I have a stream of Read More
I would not recommend Liquid Nails for this type of project. I used Liquid Nails to put together wooden raised gardens I made out of red cherry landscape timbers that I cut to size. Liquid Nails I have found doesn not hold up when exposed to cold temperatures. The adhesive gets hard and no longer bonds to the adjoining piece. In other words I can pull the landscape timbers apart and I have a stream of Liquid Nails stuck to one of the timbers but nothing sticking to the other timber. I noticed someone recomended using this stuff as an adhesive to glue pavers together. Looking at the date the guy posted he hasn't checked to see if they are still stuck together or not. It seems to work great when you first apply it but once it gets cold it hardens and the adhesion lets go of the object you are trying to glue it to. I would look for somethng else to try and select something based on what you are making your retaining wall out of. Read Less
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August 13, 2014
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Hello, thank you for your question. You can use LN-901 Heavy Duty Adhesive on walls up to three feet in height. Above this height will likely require the use of mortar between concrete masonry units.
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Rated 2.2 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for lumber and block I have used this product many times on Lumber & Landscape block with great success. This product is the exterior beige VOC version of product, not the white version for only interior use. There may be some wrong product reviews logged here? June 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk!!!! If I could give negative stars for this product is would. I read bad reviews about this product and I thought it can't be that bad but I was wrong! It does not set up like the manufacturer claims and basically ruined part of my project. Home depot should review this product and trash it. My advice is stear clear of it and don't make the same mistake I did! March 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DOES NOT DRY! I bought the heavy duty stuff to do a small interior project. Using it for a thin stone vaneer stuck to wood. After 48 hours it is still not dry and all the vaneer is falling off the wall. You touch it and still just as wet as when it was applied. What a terrible product. Looking at the other reviews I am not the only one with this problem. What a waste of my time. September 28, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not what it use to be I have used Liquid nails for over 15 years , the heavy duty that is tan colored. It always worked great and my projects are holding up well. This new formula, that is white in color is almost worthless on outdoor brick paver projects, although the container reads the same it is NOT the same. I am very disappointed in this product and will not ever buy again. September 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible Stuff that didnt work at all! It just dried up and the paneling popped off. Terrible stuff. Waste of money. Im thinking I ought to sue them for being such a waste of time and money. I wish I could take 3 stars from them. July 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Liquid Nails, More Like Liquid Puddy I have used LocTite's PL Premium brand construction adhesive for subfloor and other general construction projects. I was in a rush at the counter and I decided to give the Liquid Nails product a try, HUGE MISTAKE. I applied the product and put the clamps on my project, waited 24 hours, still not dry. Waited 48 hours, still not dry. It was the consistency of silly puddy. Furious, I returned the product and bought the PL Premium. After scraping the Liquid Nails off with a puddy knife, I applied the PL Premium and in 24 hours, hard as a rock. DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT. December 1, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by bad labeling bad product I have used adhesives before and though I usually hate using "consumer" products, I thought I would give this a try. I was gluing down solid oak stair treads to a plywood base and knew all I needed was a non-water based, non-latex type product. Nowhere on this package does it state that this is latex, so I figured I was good to go. However, sure enough, it ruined 12 solid oak custom made stair treads. They each cupped about 1/4" down the middle. About 700 dollars and 3 days of hard work down the drain. Not to mention the labor of pulling them up and starting over. All liquid nails products are labelled for sales to the homeowner type, making him think that he can use the product for anything. Oh and the stuff takes forever to dry. I should have know better than to fall for a catchy name and advertising. Liquid nails is all advertising. The instructions aren't even readable to the naked eye. Oh and did I say, the stuff takes forever to dry. May 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Liquid nails I have been a commercial roofer for over 30 years, and have come across a number of circumstances where I have used Liquid Nails. I also build at home, Tables, benches, cooktops, railings...etc. and found that the liquid nails is easy to use from the caulk gun, tacks up nicely, and makes everything you build ROCK solid, no matter how many nails or screws you use, Liquid nails is 100% adhesive on all you joints, I have used it on aluminum thresholds to concrete at the store, and it stood up to heavy loads and hand trucks rolling over it from deliveries! It's Great stuff for a wide variety uses!! April 7, 2014
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