Clear Small Projects Silicone Adhesive (LN-207)

This moisture-curing product by LIQUID NAILS Adhesive is designed for use in all types of household repairs. It's considered a "green glue" that can contribute toward LEED and NAHB certification and can be used on a wide range of surfaces, including most plastics, metals, masonry and wood. This versatile LIQUID NAILS adhesive is non-flammable, cures quickly and has outstanding environmental resistance to heat, cold and moisture.

  
 

Key Features

Recommended For:

wood, metal, concrete, fiberglass, painted surfaces, vinyl, porcelain, house numbers, countertops, plastics,* moldings and canvas/fabrics.
* Will not bond polyethylene or polypropylene.

NOT Recommended For:

windows, wood flooring, tubs/sinks, aquariums or other underwater applications.

Available Sizes

  • 2.5 fl. oz. squeeze tube

Coverage

  • Using a 1/8" bead: 2.5 fl. oz. squeeze tube covers 30 lineal ft.

Max VOC

46 GPL

 

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Surface Preparation

Make sure that all surfaces are clean, dry and structurally sound before product is applied.

General Application

Apply a bead of adhesive to the material being bonded and position immediately. For faster setting or uneven surfaces, pull materials apart right after pressing together and allow adhesive to air dry for 5 to 10 minutes before pressing back.

For Fabric And Canvas

Apply a bead of adhesive to fabric/canvas. Work wet adhesive into fibers. Press surfaces together. Remove any excess adhesive. Keep clamped or pressed together for 24 hours.

For Countertops, Carpets And Flooring

Apply a bead of adhesive as close to the center of the material as possible. Press surface down and apply pressure from the center out to the edges. Remove any excess adhesive. Carefully pull materials apart and allow to vent for 2 to 3 minutes. Reapply from the center to the edges. Clamp or place weight on materials for 24 hours.

For Porcelain, Ceramics And Ceramic Tile

For Porcelain and Ceramics: Apply a bead of adhesive to one surface; press into place. Remove any excess adhesive. Pull materials apart and vent for 2 to 3 minutes. Reapply materials and clamp together for 24 hours. Do not use for 48 hours.
For ceramic tile: Apply a bead of adhesive to the back of the tile. Press tile into place. Remove any excess adhesive. Remove tile and vent for 2 to 3 minutes, then reapply tile and brace if necessary.

Cleanup

Uncured adhesive may be removed by wiping with a clean cloth dampened with mineral spirits. Dried adhesive may be removed by scraping.

Storage

Learn how to keep your adhesive fresh for next time.