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There are several different types of adhesives and sealants. To help guide you as to what type of adhesives and sealants you need, see our handy explanations below:

Grab adhesives

Grab adhesives offer many of the most popular solid building materials outstanding adherence and bonding strength. Most can attach to practically any surface, making them ideal for both interior and exterior application. They can also be utilised as flexible gap-filling adhesives.

Wood glue

Wood glue is made specifically to join pieces of wood together. For use in a variety of home and carpentry projects, it is offered in a range of strengths and forms, such as polyurethane glue. Some can be painted or stained after being sanded. Some items also offer weatherproof and water-resistant qualities.

Contact adhesives

Fast-drying glues known as contact adhesives are applied to either one or both of the surfaces that need to be bonded. The goal is to create a durable link between two surfaces by offering a high-strength join or connection. They can be utilised as metal or plastic glues and on a variety of surfaces.

Hybrid adhesives

The extremely adaptable and cutting-edge Hybrid Sealants & Adhesives provide a solution for sealing and adhering. You can stick and seal using these hybrids' combined recipe in a single motion. Because they have a high initial grasp and more flexibility than the regular variations, employing these is advantageous. They are the best option for bridging gaps and fostering adhesion between surfaces because of this. They also offer adherence to the majority of substrates, making them appropriate for both interior and outdoor use.

Title adhesive

Tiles can be adhered to surfaces securely and safely using tile adhesive. To prevent tiles from slipping, smashing, and becoming dangerous, strong tiling glue must be used while fixing them. Ceramic, porcelain, or stone can be adhered to using the majority of tile adhesives.

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