Hi Philip, Absolutely, and it has nauseating fumes when used in a smaller enclosed space. Definitely worth your time to read the label as well as the documentation in the Info and Guides section above.
Following the manufacturers directions, applied to both surfaces and dried to directions, it adheres on contact. One shot is all you get and it's done.....no curing.
Thank you for posting your inquiry. As is the case with all contact cement products, the adhesive is intended to be applied to both surfaces (to be bonded), allowed to fully dry, then assembled. When the two dried glue films touch, the bond is formed immediately upon contact. While it is possible to use this product for the application as described, it would likely prove to be challenging, as repositioning/adjustment is not possible with this type of adhesive. When installing trim/paneling, the use of a general-purpose adhesive Such as DAP DYNAGRIP Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive or DAP DYNAGRIP Heavy Duty Max Construction Adhesive would be recommended. Should you have any additional questions or require additional assistance, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477.
Yes, just follow the instructions.
I'd suggest checking some bow making sites and see what they use for laminating.
Thank you for posting your inquiry. Because you did not specifically identify the "foam" you intend to work with, we would recommend that you pretest your materials/assembly to verify compatibility, as the solvents contained in this adhesive can damage foams/soft plastics/synthetics. Should you have any additional questions or require further assistance, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477.
Hi pmgriphone, The answer depends on how much of the laminate has detached from the counter's wooden base. If you're only talking about a small area, you're going to have a hard time separating the two in order to get the glue applied properly and then marry them back together. If the entire piece of laminate has detached, the water damage is likely so pervasive that a fresh coating of glue won't hold to the wood. You might be looking at having to top coat the damaged wooden surface with lauan. Then you can start fresh. No, to your other question. This glue will not keep water from getting back under the laminate. It will help seal the two substrates, but water will find the weak or porous areas and go to work on them.
I belive that it will work.
I think it will work, but I would scuff up the hard rubber with some corse sandpaper first. Also, make sure the cement floor is free of any oils and dirt. Clean the floor with something like mineral spirits or acetone first. If the floor is porous, apply extra coats of the contact cement, waiting until the previous coat is dry before applying another coat. When both surfaces have dried according to the instructions on the bottle, carefully mate the door stop to the floor. You are only going to get one chance to do this. Now if either surface isn’t flat, you may want to consider using a silicone adhesive instead of the contact cement. The extra thickness of the adhesive will make the two bond better and you will be able to reposition the stop. You will want to tape the stop in place until the adhesive sets.
Thank you for posting your inquiry. While DAP Weldwood Original Contact Cement can be used on concrete and similar masonry materials, due to the rough and porous/absorbent nature of these materials. Please be aware that this adhesive requires an application to both substrate and adherent (the two surfaces to be bonded) and that the bond if formed immediately upon contact. Because no post application adjustment can be made, it is strongly recommended that test fitting be done prior to the application of the adhesive. We also recommend that a test application (with scrap materials) be conducted prior to the actual project in order to familiarize yourself with the product and application process. For this type of project, the use of slower setting/repositionable construction adhesives are typically preferred. At your convenience, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477 so that we can obtain some additional information from you and so that we can provide you with a more definitive recommendation.