I applied it pretty liberally and did about 60 feet of connections including 3 Tees, an elbow and some short 4" pipes to go to the surface. I think I still have over 1/2 a can left.
Yes. Keep in mind that the joint will only be for drainage and not for pressure.
Hello heiko910, You usually need to let the drainage adhesive set up for 15 minutes before handling and allow 24 hours for it to cure fully. In humid conditions, 70% and higher, you will have to allow additional time for the drainage adhesive to set-up and cure.
Hi Peskypete, No, sorry. This adhesive will not work on your metal trap. It will be best to just replace it with a new P-trap.
No. VPC 60 does not bond to PVC pipe. It is intended to be a sealant for triple wall drain pipe.
Just use a pair of channel lock pliers to grip the top to turn it loose.
From the above product description: "it is adhesive and not solvent cement that is normally used for solvent welding". This means that it is not meant to "bond" the parts together (fuse them so that they become essentially one part that can never be taken apart), but only to glue or stick them together. Adhesive is used in this situation because HDPE (polyethylene) cannot be solvent welded. You are not solvent welding as is the case with PVC and ABS pipe. Because it is just sticking the two parts together it can be used to glue Triple Wall HDPE White Drain Pipe to both styrene (abs) and PVC fittings. It is only used with non pressurized drain pipe.
most drainage pipes are made of PE or HDPE . Contact adhesive for PVC will not work for this