Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 14
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by gordor Inconsistent quality + oozing nozzle
My first 28oz tube applied OK except for the consistent oozing after retracting the plunger. The only way to stop it is to plug and force-ably restrain the plug or it will be pushed out. My second tube would not push the plunger in. I had to finish the job so I cut into the tube and used a putty knife. Once cut open I found the tube had several air voids one of which had cured the glue and prevented the plunger from going in. Needless to say the job was messy, there are years of reviews on this problem which I discovered after my problem. I won't be buying this product again and certainly won't recommend it.
November 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Konakoma Excellent Adhesive for Bamboo
Tried this stuff as an alternative to the Roberts polyurethane adhesive in the 4 gal cans, which are messy, unsealable, wasteful and overpriced. This stuff applies with an oversized caulk gun and holds great. Use sparingly on concrete slab so it doues not expand when it cures, and especially keep out of the tongue and groove or it will push the solid bamboo slightly apart. Completed my 450 sq ft lanai with 11 cartridges, less than half the cost of the Roberts stuff
March 13, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by PaverDude Junk!
Lousy product! Even after 3 days I checked a glue that was squeezed out of the Pavestone Rumblestone wall I just worked on and the product is still soft and still felt like playdough. I have doubts with the strength of this product. I will buy another brand and compare the shear strength. I'm a mechanical engineer and a diy Paver and Wall enthusiast/installer. I may repost again after my test.
July 25, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by TooLegit Unbearably difficult to apply
I am finally totally fed up with this product and will tell our lumber salesman not to send it out in the future. It just doesn't come out of the tube. I've been frustrated by this for a long while now--I've gone through cases of the stuff--but, now I'm done. Clasping the trigger of the caulk gun and it's handle I'm able with both hands to eek out a trickle of glue. Yes--I've thoroughly punctured the seal and I'm working with a 3/8 diameter opening on the tip. The tube is at room temperature and hasn't been stored in the cold. All you get is a trickle. And what's worse, is that having to apply so much pressure means that you can't stop the flow when youre ready. You pull back the plunger, but nonetheless, when you return to the gun two minutes later a giant mess of goop has been expelled from the tube. Please, fix this product or stop selling it.
April 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Eric product was on the shelf and available for pickup
supplied a customer need for this product right away...
June 2, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by WeekendConstruction Hard to despense
I have had problem getting stuff out of the tube with 2 out of 3 tubes with a 1/4" bead size. Makes it a waste of time and money. And the stuff continues to ooze out even after pulling the plunger back a ways and gets all over the floor.
May 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DrDon Does what I wanted and what it said it would do.
I would like to see a window on it's side to show how much is left.
May 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by fr8train Gets the job done!
First the good: This product does what it is supposed to do. I am a landscape contractor and have used it with success on exterior projects to glue down caps for retaining walls. I also use it in many projects, as I also have residential construction experience (remodeling, flooring. etc) It bonds well to block, concrete and wood. I recently used it to glue my engineered wood to my concrete floor in the doorways and it holds VERY well. As far as doing what you want it to....you can not beat it.
Now the bad: Although a great product it does have some things that could be corrected, although minimal. First off, the glue will continue to exit the tube once used even after you put a nail in the tip to hold it in......it will even push out the nail. I usually put the tube into a box or bucket nozzle facing down to hold the nail in. You will probably lose 5% to 10% of the product from the tube, especially on warmer days when the tube heats up. The glue is very sticky if you make a mess when you work, so just keep your work clean.
secondly: I have bought alot of these things and I did recently receive one tube that would not allow me to squeeze the trigger on the caulking gun; this was after piercing the foil barrier and trying 3 different guns, I guess some of the glue hardened inside or the tube itself was defected. I think this was just a fluke tube though.
Overall, if you can put up with losing a little of your adhesive, there is no better product.
April 5, 2015