Never have tried that
It is sort of thick, heavier than the texture of heavy cream. It runs a little, but not excessively.
There is four grades
I am not a flooring expert, but my understanding is flooring is either floating without glue, or glued down with troweled glue, rather than with this more liquid glue. My vinyl floor was laid without glue. I suspect this glue would hold the floor.
I think it would, as I used it for an outdoor project too.
Not sure, best to check quickbonds web site.
no, it dries a couple shades lighter,but it's the best glue ever.
Only if you use nails also. A lot of people will suggest you use screws but the shear rate of screws are not strong enough. Ensure you let the glue cure and use clamps to allow time to dry.
No it is not. Will not bond to the mirror very well. Also, most glues will damage the mirror coating on the back.
This glue is for wood to wood. I would use Liquid Nails