Drywall Adhesive (DWP-24)

This latex-based wall adhesive is specially formulated for interior drywall construction and correcting minor framing irregularities. It acts fast, bonds strong and buffers sound.

  
 
LIQUID NAILS wall adhesive — Drywall Adhesive

Key Features

Recommended For:

bonding drywall to wood, studding, rafters, galvanized steel, ceiling systems, aluminum, drywall, other surfaces and foamboard.

NOT Recommended For:

exterior wall construction.

Available Sizes

  • 28 fl. oz. cartridge

Coverage

  • Using a 1/4" (.64 cm) bead: 28 fl. oz. cartridge covers 88 lineal ft.

Max VOC

32 GPL

 

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Surface Preparation

Surfaces must be clean, dry and structurally sound.

Product Application

Cut and pre-fit materials prior to installation. Cut wall adhesive nozzle to desired bead size marked on nozzle. Puncture inner seal with nail or wire. IMPORTANT: For best results, set drywall onto wall adhesive within 15 minutes of application.

Walls

Apply a 1/4" bead of wall adhesive directly onto studs and plates. Press drywall firmly against wall adhesive and adjust as necessary. Holding drywall's outer edges, nail every 16" and, as necessary, inside the field. Note: If studding is perfectly true, nailing inside field will not be required.

Ceilings

Apply 1/4" bead of wall adhesive to rafters. Fasten drywall's outer edges with nails, 12" on center. Fasten center of field with a nail at each rafter. Drywall larger than 4' x 8' should be fastened with 2 nails in the field of each rafter.

Laminating

Apply a 1/4" bead of wall adhesive to structure. Some uses: bonding drywall to drywall and drywall to expanded insulation panels.

Cleanup

Use water to clean up wet construction adhesive.

 
 

The cost-effective alternative to all-purpose construction adhesive, LIQUID NAILS Drywall Adhesive acts fast, bonds strong and even helps reduce sound transmission.

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