Roberts does not recommended or warrant this adhesive for wall applications. However, it is used for this purpose with great success. Always follow install guidelines for best performance.
No, this is not a recommended use of Roberts 3095 carpet adhesive.
This will glue a runner down to a stone floor. For that matter it will glue a runner down to just about anthing you want...PERMANANTLY. It is very sticky as it cures and eventually cures hard.
Approximate coverage rates per gallon listed below: 1/8" x 1/8" x 1/8" U notch trowel Coverage: 65-75 ft2 per gallon 1/8" x 1/8" x 1/16" flat top V notch trowel Coverage: 90-110 ft2 per gallon 3/32" x 3/32" x 3/32" flat top V notch trowel Coverage: 100-200 ft2 per gallon
Yes you can, this carpet are really sticking to anything, but if you use it in thin materials do not put a lot of this adhesive because it will go through the other side and its not easy to clean it out.
Roberts 3095 is warranted to be used in a climate controlled environments. Recommended/Warranted Substrates:Concrete, underlayment grade APA rated plywood, vinyl composition tile(free of wax) and terrazzo. You may want to consider automotive grade adhesive.
Roberts 3095 is a Latex based ( Waterborne) product. If you would like more information about Roberts products contact technical service at 706-277-5294 x 6025
Roberts 3095 is specifically warranted for flooring (horizontal) installations however people have used this adhesive for wall (vertical) applications with great success. You may need to prime the plaster board with an acrylic primer to ensure consistent bond to the plaster board substrate.
Yes, the 3095 adhesive has been used successfully and regularly as an alternative for this purpose.
Thank you for your inquiry. No, thinning the 3095 product may cause bond performance issues and/or installation failure.