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A: To be honest, I ordered it online and never picked it up at the store. I end up using loctie caulking and it worked for what I needed. Sorry I couldn’t be helpful.
A: Not a recommended use of this it is double spray on both surfaces and works for corner bead on sheetrock.
A: No, adhesive wouldn’t be strong enough to hold for long. This is used to temporarily hold corner beads and other trim pieces or moldings in place until the joint compound or other fasteners can be applied.
A: Being a spray you will need to wipe out the excess in order for the drywall to look smooth and clean.
A: You could but that would be slower and more costly than running a bead of joint compound and placing the tape in the bead. This is used to to temporarily hold beads on corners and arches until joint compound and other fasteners can be applied. Which otherwise in these applications the bead would have a tendency to pull away from the wall.
A: No, the adhesive is not strong enough to hold over long periods of time and under such conditions.
A: The glue is tacky it adheres well to the wallboard tape don't know if it will do the same to the backing of a rug or carpet.
A: Not designed for this might but the carpet is to poures to use this use carpet glue would be my advice.