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Paneling and Molding 10 oz. Tan Construction Adhesive

  • Reduces nailing. Retains precise placement.
  • Will not stain
  • Bonds paneling, molding, and foam board
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Product Overview

The LIQUID NAILS 10 oz. Paneling and Molding Construction Adhesive has a strong, waterproof and impact-resistant bond and a stain free guarantee that will help keep your project mess free.
  • Recommended for the interior bonding paneling, wainscoting, corkboard, MDF board, as well as, wood, foam and plastic molding
  • Advance adhesive technology
  • Set time of 10 minutes and a cure time of 24 hours
  • Waterproof and impact-resistant bond
  • Reduces nailing
  • 10 minute working time
  • Provides an impact-resistant bond
  • Precision placement
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  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.853
Product Height (in.)
11.264
Product Size (oz.)
10
Product Width (in.)
1.853

Details

Adhesion level
High
Adhesive Product Type
Construction Adhesive
Construction adhesive type
Specialty
Curing time (hours)
24
Dry Color
White
Features
Moisture Resistant,Sandable
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Number of Tubes Included
1
Product Weight (oz.)
10 oz
Recommended Surfaces
Coated wood,Painted wood,Plastic
Set Time (Min.)
20
Usage Location
General

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited warranty

Questions & Answers

46Questions19Answers

I will be applying paneling to 2×3 studs, using brad nails on the vertical left and right sides. Can I apply small "pearls" of adhesive to the two middle studs instead of a continuous 1/4" bead up and the entire length of the two center vertical studs?

Asked by A M C March 29, 2021
1
Answer

Hi there, please contact our technical advice center at 800-441-9695 for more information.

I am in need of an adhesive that will allow me to attach panel molding (picture frames) onto a wa...

Asked by Cameron January 5, 2021
2
Answers

We recommend our products to go to bare substrates. When they are painted, you are depending on the paints adhesion and not the substrates. For this type of use, we would recommend mechanical fasteners and Liquid Nails Fuze It. We would not recommend the adhesive alone.

Will it work for panels on painted block wall?

Asked by Em202071 December 6, 2020
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Answers

I would say yes if you use generously

Will this product bond laminate/melamine panels?

Asked by cmerca01 November 8, 2020
1
Answer

Hi there, please call us with the specific product you are inquiring about at 1-800-634-0015. Thanks

This wouldnt really be recommended for adhering foamboard insulation to concrete crawlspace walls would it?

Asked by Improver October 28, 2020
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Answers

No, we wouldn't recommend.

Is there a square footage 1 tube will cover? Trying to decide how many I need to order.

Asked by Smalls October 26, 2020
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Answers

Instructions say 30 Linear feet. I generally use it around the perimeter, then "stripe" it at either 16" spacing or 24" spacing. You don't need to have a constant line, more like short dashes. I tube should do a standard 4'x 8' panel

Does this product have gap filling ability?

Asked by pbcd October 17, 2020
1
Answer

Hi there, please tell us which product you are inquiring about, we're happy to assist. Thanks!

Will this glue work to glue pvc vinyl planks to mobile home bathroom ceiling? I will also be usin...

Asked by RV October 16, 2020
2
Answers

Hi RV, we do not recommend the LN products to be used on anything that moves, as the repeated vibrations can cause the product to loosen.

How many tubes of Liquid Nail Paneling do you need to put up 3 sheets of paneling?

Asked by Mike July 29, 2020
2
Answers

It really depends on the type of paneling and how much it weighs. I could do a little over half a wall with ship lap on a single tube and I apply glue quite liberally

Will this Liquid Nails hold laminated chipboard to drywall? It's a 3 1/2" backsplash one 3 1/2' a...

Asked by TJ July 11, 2020
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Answers

I would say it should work fine. I used it as extra hold for shiplap that I air nailed on and it’s been solid for over a year

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 163 reviews
  • 68% recommend this product
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The whole process from ordering online to curbside pickup was...
The whole process from ordering online to curbside pickup was convenient and hassle free. The liquid nails worked great. The molding and paneling was too quality.
by Mark1
Complete Failure
I bought this to secure XPS foam board to plywood as a new attic access panel. Applied the glue then clamped for 48 hours. Upon removing the clamps the glue immediately let go in several areas. I ended up pulling the plywood off and only in a few places was the bond stronger than the foam, everyoth place the glue easily let go from with the wood or the foam. Total waste of time and money.
by Chad
Response from Liquid Nails ExpertOct 12, 2020
Hi there, we're sorry to hear about your experience with our product. We are here to discuss further and provide solutions, so please give us a call at 1-800-634-0015. PPGLiquidNails
Liquid Nail Paneling GLue
We've been using this stuff for a while. On our current project we are using it to attach shiplap to walls - we've gone through about a dozen tubes and haven't had a problem. We've used this to attach it to side walls, and interior roofs, and even used it to attach other mouldings. I've never had any issue with Liquid Nails products and will continue to use them
by KandEWoodwork
3 people found this helpful
Liquid Nail Construction Adhesive
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I had really high hopes for this stuff. I have a project in my backyard that has not been going well. I was hoping this stuff would be perfect for the job. This stuff was super easy to open and it came out of the container super easy. I smeared it on the back of the wood piece and stuck the wood piece on my project. I applied pressure for 30 seconds and them even propped something against it. Some of the piece however were just not sticking. I was applying more pressure and putting things against and the next day took the item away from it and the stupid wood pieces still did not stick on. I really wanted this to work. Some pieces stuck fine and others not so much.
by Shanrich
Response from LiquidNailsDec 11, 2019
Hi there, this product is meant for interior surfaces only. Please give us a call at 1-800-634-0015 so we can further assist you.
Strong hold
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I received this product in exchange for a Nonbiased review. We repurpose old furniture pieces so I thought this would be a good product to try to test it’s adhesive strength. we had an old porch swing that we needed to add a base to along with legs to repurpose it into a bench. For the frame we used the Liquid Nails Paneling to join the corners together for added strength with the screws along with holding the legs to the frame with screws. We were very satisfied that it helped the piece be rock solid and sturdy to sit on. We will be using this again for future wood working pieces.
by Pug Love Antiques
Great Product
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I recieved this Liquid Nail about a week ago and glad that I did.I had a piece of molding that come loose in my livingroom and I used this Liquid Nail to put it back in its place.It only took a small amount and pushed it back where it belong ,Held it for a couple of minutes and it is still attached.This product is fast acting and very quick drying time.
by Tonya66
Works as directed
Works as directed
by Helen
Not recommended...
The product claims that it has a strong instant hold; I did not find this to be true. It also claims to retain precise placement; this I also found not to be true. And on top of everything else, when I put the tube in the gun and cut the tip off the nipple, the stuff wouldn't come out, no matter how hard I pulled on the trigger. Eventually it started coming out where the nipple meets the tube. Was this one tube defective? Possibly, but I won't roll the dice again.
by Bellade
6 people found this helpful
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
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