Robert urethane wood Floor adhesive


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Old 02-05-09, 12:10 PM
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Robert urethane wood Floor adhesive

I purchased Anderson engineered wood flooring and the company I bought it from recommended we use "Pure" urethane adhesive. I purchased "Roberts Urethane wood floor adhesive" from Home Depot ($166 for 4 gal.), it said it was for solid wood floors but could be used on engineered floors. I notice that they sold a Aryclic urethane latex adhesive ($69 for 4 gal.) that said it was for engineered flooring. Is one better than the other and should I use the "pure" urethane as recommended by the company I purchased the floor from.
 
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Old 02-22-09, 02:09 PM
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Anderson recomends ''Duck Glue".
It is made for thier products.
 
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Bostik EFA or TKO.

Find a local Lumb liquidators and get Bostik EFA. It's $100 for 5 gallons, it's what the pros use, and it's "pure" urethane. TKO is $150 per 5 gal, but you don't need that unless you have moisture issues.
 
 

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