Thank you for the question. The Loctite PL Premium Polyurethane Construction Adhesive will bond however Loctite does not recommend using it on polystyrene tub surrounds or other solid sheet goods made from rigid polystyrene as the color of the adhesive may show through
Thank you for the question, Douglas. First, brownstone is a type of sandstone and the PL Premium can bond to the material as long as it is structurally sound and dry. The adhesive will also bond to painted steel, but adhesion will only be as good as the paint coating is to the steel surface. Should rust develop underneath you will no longer be structurally sound. Keep in mind this application may not be well suited in a northern climate setting depending on the scope of the project.
If it’s an unheated area you’re probably fine. Otherwise I’d use something that specially says it’s ok for high temperature applications.
Thank you for the question. The PL Premium can work however we do not recommend using a construction adhesive on or near a fire pit where heat is generated for safety reasons. Bonding surfaces that become too hot will cause adhesive failure and if exposed to flame the adhesive can burn. The preferred method of application is using a mortar type product for safety reasons
Thank you for the question. The Loctite PL Premium Polyurethane Adhesive is suitable for the intended application and can be used.
Not really, due to the contraction and expansion of sheet metal I would think a mechanical fastener would be better suited. Hope that helps.
Absolutely you can! This stuff is super messy so be careful as it expands over a few hours, basically keep it away from any visible edges as it is tough to clean off any surface. Good luck.
Thank you for the question. This application can be done with the Loctite PL Premium Polyurethane Construction Adhesive. Because thus is a blow grade application and not knowing the condition of the concrete wall or any coatings that may have been used you should test for adhesion prior to starting the project. In general, below grade applications typically would require furring strips. Keep in mind that bond will only be as good as the wall surface condition assuming there is no evidence of moisture. Temporary blocking or bracing may be required until adhesive is cured. Approximately 24 to 48 hours.
Thank you for the question. Some materials such as rubbers and plastics may have bonding difficulties. Acrylic plastics has not been tested and is not spoken to specifically. In this situation you should test the intended application first on a small piece or area first to determine suitable and acceptable results before proceeding with the project.