Hi David, please contact our technical service department at 1-800-634-0015 for additional details about your project.
Yes but metal brackets and screws should be the primary means of attached the sink to countertop
Thank you for contacting PPG. This product is not rated for foot traffic, and we would not recommend it. Please call us at 1-800-441-9695 for more information.
Hey Debra, thank you for contacting PPG. I would recommending calling us at 1-800-441-9695 as our adhesives are meant to stay put. With more information, we may be able to provide a viable solution. Thank you!
Yes it would bond it, but it takes about 24 hours for it to set up good and tight so supporting your shiplap will be the question. And getting the pressure against it to make it bond will be the treat. Hope this helps you, liquid nail will bond just about anything you want to glue. Bill
Gene, I would recommend another Liquid Nails product. it is called Fuse It, or Fuze It Max. If you can secure the molding with tape as the adhesive is curing, you will need to chisel the molding off. You will have great luck with your project if you use Fuze It
Liquiid Nail Fuze IT All Surface (LN-2000) is the BEST recommended for steel, aluminum and galvanized metal. The LN901 Heavy duty is recommended as well. If it were me, I'd go with the LN-2000.
JRas, I would not recommend using anything flammable on the ceiling. I am sure it would be a code violation. Please drop by at your local HD store & discuss your project with an Associate at the Pro desk. They can provide you with the information you are seeking. If you can take a picture of your project on your phone & share it with them. Best wishes with your project
If the gap is big enough that you are using trim, it should be nailed.