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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bellade Not recommended...
The product claims that it has a strong instant hold; I did not find this to be true. It also claims to retain precise placement; this I also found not to be true. And on top of everything else, when I put the tube in the gun and cut the tip off the nipple, the stuff wouldn't come out, no matter how hard I pulled on the trigger. Eventually it started coming out where the nipple meets the tube. Was this one tube defective? Possibly, but I won't roll the dice again.
February 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ChefGeoff Not good
I held Home Depots stock white beadboard on a brand new sheet of clean drywall up for 20+ minutes and thought it was good, walked away and came back to a corner that had peeled itself away. Might I add the paneling and wall were completely dry and flat.
The stuff that works is gorilla glue construction adhesive. Don't bother wasting your time with anything else.
May 1, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Larry Waste of my money and time
This stuff does not instantly grab. I bought a case of it 3 months ago and now it's useless for my project.
March 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Howard This stuff is total a waste of time and money
They may have made good products in the past but this one is terrible. Will never buy liquid nails again if I can't help it. It eventually held for the most part but the 10 min set time is ridiculous and did not happen. Do not get this even if someone else is paying for you.
February 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Kayy moldings
Did not perform well at all. After 10 minutes still was not sticking. Returned product.
January 13, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by catweazle high VOC content
Liquid Nails has a reputation for being the best adhesive available; well, it might be somewhat overrated at times. I used LN Paneling and Molding before - while it does the job well, it also has a strong odor. Consulting the technical datasheet reveals: LN contains a good amount of VOC (43 g/L) including Formaldehyde - stuff you certainly don't want yourself or your family exposed to. For this reason the product label clearly says USE ONLY WITH ADEQUATE VENTILATION. Having a toddler and an infant in the house, I was looking for a 'greener' alternative and opted for OSI GreenSeries F-38 Drywall & Panel Adhesive. It worked just as well for gluing molding to drywall as Liquid Nails does but it contains a lot less volatile chemicals (< 2 g/L).
Liquid Nails might be a good choice for new construction; for projects in occupied structures I'd rather stay away from.
March 10, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by JBP1 Not great for foam crown molding
Bought some of this to try after I ran out of Loctite PowerGrab for paneling while hanging some high density foam crown molding. It initially does not adhere very well to horizontal surfaces which made hanging the molding more difficult than it needed to be since I had to use nails to anchor the molding and hold it in place while the adhesive cured. It sets up rather quickly. The product label says it has a ten minute working time. That's being generous - it starts to set up in a few minutes at which point removing any excess with a sponge and water becomes difficult. It has a stronger odor than the Loctite adhesive...not bad, but not good, either. It dries brown (blech!) which means as much excess needs to be removed as quickly as possible. The Loctite is more forgiving: it dries clear. Overall, the Liquid Nails for paneling did its job, but there are other adhesives which are better suited to this type of molding.
August 18, 2012