Liquid Nails Landscape Block and Stone Adhesive, LN-905, is a weather-resistant construction adhesive to prevent shifting and loosening of blocks, stones and timbers due to seasonal changes. Bonds together all stone, block and timber into one superstrong structure. Also ideal for repairs to loose stone, brick or block. Certified by UL Environment to meet the GREENGUARD Gold Standard as a low emitting material.
Builds strong retaining walls and stonework
Prevents walls from shifting
Weather-resistant landscape block adhesive
Repairs brick and stone hazards
Prevents common loosening of blocks, stones and timbers caused by seasonal changes
Recommended for bonding brick, concrete, stone and timber in retaining wall and landscaping applications
Great for garden walls, retaining walls, capstones, planters, walkways and steps
I purchased 2 cases of this product to complete assembly of patio wall, the wall was 2 cinder blocks high topped with 7x10 rumblestone. Blocks were dry, clean, and additional weight applied to help cure over 24hrs, luckily no rain. The wall looked great and adhesive went on easy during the process and rocks cured great. About a week later it rained and the top rumble stones were easily removed, after further investigation we found the adhesive became pliable when exposed to moisture but becomes hard again when dry. Unfortunately we need a product that will work outside when exposed to rain. Home Depot refused to refund our money and told us to call Liquid Nails. Regardless, we now have to disassemble wall with over 450 stones and not a happy customer....stay away and use morter!!!
3 people found this helpful
Jun 10, 2015
Wish I could say this stuff is great
Bought 8 tubes of this stuff to find less than half of my blocks are stuck. Even used a heat gun to assure that the blocks were dry and clean. What a waste!
2 people found this helpful
May 23, 2015
This stuff really is good!
We built a couple of raised bed garden using decorative blocks and we glued them together to ensure that the wall stays up. We then glued heavy plastic (pond material) material on the inside wall to keep water and soil from seeping through the blocks. The glue held everything together nicely, and it dried super fast too. Just be sure to put material together quickly before the glue dries. Highly recommended.
If you enjoy lifting heavy block and doing a project twice this is for you!
If you enjoy lifting heavy block, doing a project more than once and scraping a useless product off your expensive retaining wall block then this is the product for you!
I used this all over my yard on my new landscape retaining walls as the other users mentioned it did not last! I did not contact the company because I am sure I would have gotten the 'user error' statement... But let it be known, I use this product in the temperature range recommended on the label, I did the project over the fall so the temperature was never the same since I spread the project out over several months. I brushed any loose dirt off the DRY surface and applied away! I did notice in some places the product never really dried in others the block always seemed a little loose then yet other spots it was fairly solid. .....After the first winter a few blocks came loose here and there, I chalked it up to 'user error' or who knows what. Now after the second winter not a single block held, thats right not a single block, I would guess I burned through around 20+ tubes of this product only to have to do it again. I did changed to PL Landscape Block adhesive after the first issue just in-case and the PL has been through one winter on its still solid as a rock I just finished redoing the rest it dried fast and the blocks don't move at all!
Don't say we didn't warn you!