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High Performance 13.5 oz. Spray Adhesive

  • High quality spray dries clear with superior bonding
  • Multi-purpose spray dries quickly for a wide range of projects
  • Works on wood, metal, acrylic, foam, fabric, and PVC materials
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Product Overview

HDX Spray Adhesive is a high quality formulation that dries clear and has a superior bonding strength. It dries quickly and is ideal for a wide range of household and automotive repair projects. HDX Spray Adhesive will work on a variety of porous and non-porous substrates such as wood, metal, acrylic, foam, fabric, polyethylene and polypropylene, PVC, paper, cardboard, leather, felt, carpet, corkboard, glass, foil, rubber and many more.
  • All purpose formula will bond a variety of household surfaces
  • Formula dries clear.
  • Acid free, will not damage photographs
  • Set time of 1 minute
  • Cure time of 10 minutes
  • Repositionable or permanent bond with multiple coat application
  • Will not yellow over time
  • Professional finish



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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.56
Product Height (in.)
9.37
Product Width (in.)
2.56 in

Details

Adhesion level
Medium to high
Adhesive Product Type
Glue/Epoxy
Curing time (hours)
0.17
Features
Dries Clear,Drillable,Moisture Resistant,Sandable
Glue/Epoxy Type
Ceramic Glue,Glass Glue,Metal Glue,Plastic Glue
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (oz.)
18.24 oz
Set Time (Min.)
1

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

16Questions16Answers

Can this be used on cloth to make face mask

Asked by DE April 27, 2020
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Answers

Put simply, this is spray on glue. Once it dries, you won't be able to breathe through the fabric. It'd be like trying to breathe through a solid sheet of plastic. Short answer: no

Where can i buy this?? I've gone to a half dozen stores and cannot find it any more. They appear ...

Asked by DL April 25, 2018
3
Answers

When I searched for the "HDX Multi Purpose Spray Adhesive" on the home depot website, Pick Up In Store (Central Jersey area) displayed "0 in stock", "Check nearby stores" displayed that one store not anywhere close to me as having only 1 in stock and the rest (stores were in other towns) as "This store has limited quantity stock. Please call to confirm availability". your only option for now seems to be to have it shipped.

Hello, can this be used to glue carpet squares to concrete?

Asked by Mark November 22, 2017
1
Answer

As long as the carpet has the proper backing, (rubber, polyurethane) this glue will hold the carpet down.

Can this be used on Crosslinked Polyethylene foam?

Asked by Fastidious October 19, 2017
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Answer

The HDX Spray Adhesive can be used on many types of foam materials but be careful. This product contains solvents that can attack the foam if not used properly. Shake can well and test for compatibility first before starting application. It is important to keep the can and spray moving to avoid runs or any buildup of adhesive. Large concentrations can attack the foam. You may need to do two light coats depending upon permanency needed. Allow to adhesive to dry according to directions before bonding the two substrates. Also, to get a good bond you would need a continuous surface, which the foam may or may not have.

can you use it to install a headliner in a car?

Asked by duke October 13, 2017
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Answers

Yes

Is the glue flexible (i.e. rubber-like) after cured?

Asked by Tom September 10, 2017
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Answers

Slightly flexible.

Can this be used to repair a torn memory foam mattress topper?

Asked by kanne September 1, 2017
1
Answer

Not all spray adhesives will work with memory foam; some may even cause it to dissolve or disintegrate, causing even more damage. The HDX Multi Purpose Spray Adhesive has not been tested for this type of foam material and therefore would not be recommended for this purpose.

Can I use this with cork pannels, I'm making a bulliten board? I have QEP 2 ft. x 3 ft. x 1/4 in....

Asked by Rick July 9, 2017
2
Answers

Given how porous cork is, I'd say it will work for what you plan on doing.

Can I use this with cork pannels, I'm making a bulliten board? I have QEP 2 ft. x 3 ft. x 1/4 in....

Asked by Rick July 9, 2017
1
Answer

It is possible use this spray adhesive. Keep in mind cork is a very difficult material to bond or to maintain a good bond to a given substrate. It is important that sufficient adhesive be present to effect a good bond. Because this is a spray contact adhesive the use of it might require several coats to be applied to the cork surfaces allowing adequate dry time in between each coat because of the material absorbency. The base bonding surface should also be coated. Be sure to follow instructions for adequate dry time between coats and before laminating. Repositioning may not be possible so be careful.

How to clean overspray off of acrylic mirror and vinyl?

Asked by Bobby May 13, 2017
1
Answer

There are several common solvents such as turpentine, mineral spirits, some citrus-based cleaners or adhesive removers which are readily available. However one must exercise care and caution when using solvents on plastics and/or vinyl by following the solvent manufacturer’s precautionary measures and instructions. Always test a small areas first to determine suitability and acceptable results. Remember that removing overspray is always better prevented then removing after the fact so there are not guarantees depending the extent of the situation.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 30 reviews
  • 88% recommend this product
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Helps to know what you are doing
I have not used a spray adhesive before. I didn't know what to use it on. I was concerned about it being an adhesive being delivered by aerosol spray. I tested it by cutting the top of a tissue box at the corners so I could glue the sections to the inside of the box. Shake well before using!!! The first thing I learned is to cover the work area with plenty of paper. The overspray has to be removed with a solvent. The second thing I learned is that the spray covers a lot of area, can puddle up and stays tacky for a long time. I sprayed the inside of the box, stuck the flaps down but the whole inside was covered with adhesive. That was two days ago and the uncovered inside is still tacky and the flaps flip up but will restick when I press them down. . I am not sure if it is the products fault or I am just not using it right. I am excited to keep trying to find where, when and how to use this product. HDX makes good products so I think practice will make perfect.
by nevadalady
2 people found this helpful
Great for Scrap Books
I had some wallpaper that was coming down. Steam in the kitchen and it had been up many years; the self stick wallpaper just gave up sticking. I sprayed the wallpaper that was loose and pressed it back up. It stuck immediately and it has stayed up. It was so easy to use that I will use it on my scrap books and collages and other light weight adhesive jobs.
by RITA
2 people found this helpful
Degrees of Tackiness (of the good kind)
In common with similar products...the solvents and propellants in the adhesive are extremely flammable and not good for prolonged skin contact. Assuming you have an outdoor work area or one with good ventilation (and rubber gloves), this product will not disappoint, though it may not be suitable for use by children unless supervised by an adult. As long as the nozzle is oriented as instructed (to align with the black dot on the can) and you have cleaned the nozzle in between uses with the obligatory upside down "spray till it comes clear" cleaning, the spray pattern is uniform and permits a relatively light application when you are looking for a temporary application (or using light material, like the paper to cardboard mount illustrated in the pix), while facilitating building up the coating layer, for more permanent attachment (or really porous material). Especially good for mounting prints to cardboard or foam core, with a light application of adhesive, the piece to be mounted doesn't curl up and make handling a chore. As a test of a more permanent attachment, I glued together two pieces of closed cell foam (see photo). With a moderate application to each piece and allowing for it to tack-up, when pressed together and allowed to dry, the attachment is quite permanent.
by DonK
1 person found this helpful
Even application, dries quick, and very reliable
The 13.5 FL. OZ. MULTI PURPOSE SPRAY ADHESIVE Is so easy to use! The spray dries very quickly after it evenly sprays leaving a nice light coat - I used it on some home crafting projects where hot glue and super glue were too hard to spread thin and even. You can use for a variety of needs around the house - inside and out - but spray in well ventilated room
by whitney529
1 person found this helpful
Good value, works well for my projects
I have used this product on a couple of construction projects and for several craft type projects. I have found the HDX spray adhesive to work as well as other spray adhesives, some of which are more expensive. I used the spray adhesive to adhere oak veneer banding to the edge of some shelving and it was easy to position and gripped well. I used it to connect metal to metal as you can see in the picture of the metal fish wall hanger below. I sprayed the back of the metal pieces, waited and then sprayed them again and joined them. The pieces are securely fastened together. I also used the spray to attach the felt onto the back of that piece with one quick coat. I used the spray to coat a switch cover and then place a foil coffee label over it as you can see in the pic below. This is a product with lots of uses and is a good value. I hope you find this helpful.
by Baltoborn
1 person found this helpful
Works well on fixing upholstery fabric to wooden drawers
I'm typically a little wary of buying the lower cost option however we decided to try the HDX brand spray adhesive instead of the 3M variant and we were very pleased with the results. We wanted a solid bond and if you spray both surfaces and let it dry for a few minutes before putting the two surfaces together, the bond is very strong and it stays put. In our case, we were sticking some faux cow hide fabric to some drawer fronts for an upcycled chest of drawers. The bond is very strong if you spray both sides, so it was critical that we got the fabric properly aligned with the drawer front before letting the two surfaces come into contact with each other. Once put together, the fabric followed the form of the wood very closely including the chamfered edges of the wood and we were very pleased with the results. When the fabric was folded over the edge of the drawer front and stuck onto the inside edge of the drawer front, we also found it adhered very well despite having only about 1/4"-3/8" of mating surface. In our case, we got great results and we wouldn't hesitate to use it again.
by LosRubios
4 people found this helpful
I used it to secure my poly Mat underneath my...
I used it to secure my poly Mat underneath my kitchen sink... it worked right away... sprayed the cabinet floor first waited s few minutes them stretched the mat out corner to corner... holding great..
by RICHARD
Very good adhesion. Make sure your piece is properly...
Very good adhesion. Make sure your piece is properly positioned because repositioning is virtually impossible.
by Gilbert
Doesnt work
Would not work for attaching felt to metal. Buy something stronger
by Eric
Great contact adhesive that works as advertised. Used to attach...
Great contact adhesive that works as advertised. Used to attach large sheets of printed vinyl to full sheets of smooth plywood for stage props.
by RB
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