Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 14
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hawkeye Works just fine.
I have used a full case of the 10oz tubes in the construction of my cargo trailer to travel trailer conversion. In my experience, if it is used correctly, clamped or fastened properly, it cures properly and holds great. I have been building my entire life, and am 69 now, and my experience with whiners is that they either misused a tool or product, or expected it to perform miracles it was never intended for. Every product has a definable 'envelope' of use. Step outside that envelope, and trouble follows.
September 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by MonkeyWrench Complete Failure
I used this stuff to apply "cap a tread" for my stairs. Its a laminate cover to go over your stair treads to give it the look of wood. Liquid nails, heavy duty, completely failed. All my stair tread covers did not adhere to the stairs. Do not buy this stuff. I wish there was a way to get liquid nails to replace the $600 I spent on the 12 cap a treads I purchased and the time it took me to install them.
I used Loctite PL 400 on the last 3 set of stairs and took the remaining liquid nails back to Home Depot.. The 3 stairs that are applied with Loctite Pl 400 are solid as can be, no movement at all,
"I REPEAT, DONT BUY THIS STUFF, DOESNT WORK"
April 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by MrMike Read This!!!
The new recipe is latex based. The original recipe is solvent based. The latex formula is absolute garbage. I would rather use latex caulk over this stuff. Governmental restrictions dictate which formula can be sold in differences parts of the country. Down by the net weight on the tube you will see a 3 digit numerical code followed by LN such as LN704...the L indicates that it's a latex based product AKA garbage. If the code is, for example, 601 (original recipe) or 701 (low solvent) it's solvent based. The original 601 recipe is still available from the manufacturer so why not stock that unless hindered by government restrictions? I will only use the 601 or not at all...end of story.
May 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hayfarmereric need to read instructions
Insrtructions say needs 60 degree day to cure up to a week for full strength and at least over nite for tacky , had 3 days at 50 and was wet till 4th day was 70 .Cut down a 32inch door to 30 inches on the hinged side ,only thing holding the masonite panels to the one
May 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Rex No Dry
I have been in construction for forty years and this is the first time this product has failed completely. It has been almost two days since I used the product to glue some wood together, in perfect weather, in Phoenix, AZ and the Liquid Nails is still soft.
February 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Does not dry or harden
As other people have mentioned the formulation has been changed to a water/latex based glue that neither hardens nor dries. If fact, nowhere on the container does it give the drying time or safe to use time. I tried this on a simple project - glue a new table top to my shop bench and 24 hours later it has still not dried nor held, so I will have to pull up the top and clean up this gooey mess, then find a real adhesive. Do not waste you time on this product it is entirely worthless, Liquid Nails is Liquid Mess!
January 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by steve the worst product ever
i used 7 tubes of this liquid nails. 2 days later its still soft as modeling clay.
i tried to return it to homedepo but they would not give me a refund.
December 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by derektrent Disappointment. The formula has changed and has weak adhesion and will not harden.
I couldn't understand why this product would not harden and there was no adhesion. Liquid nails used to be a great product but now it is terrible. I got online and found out the formula was changed. I think peanut butter would have the same effect. This liquid nails product now will crumble away easily after curing and has no adhesion. Big disappointment, waste of money and it was a waste of time for me because I had to scrape it all off and use a different adhesive.
November 1, 2015