adhesive over cinder block wall


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Old 10-07-09, 09:10 AM
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adhesive over cinder block wall

I am looking into installing fiberglass reinforced panels in a commercial kitchen; the walls are bare cinder block = do I need to prep the block before using the adhesive for the FRP panels?
 
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Should be fine as long as its clean and dry.
 
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....but would bare cinder block suck up the adhesive causing the panels not to adhere?
 
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Hasn't been a problem in my experience..it's more like a mastic/contact adhesive/Liquid Nail. Skins over pretty quick and the older stuff was bad on the eyes and nose. I think its all low VOC now..might be a little better.

I would recommend the trowel applied stuff over the caulk tube stuff.

LIQUID NAILSŪ Adhesive - Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Panel Adhesive (low-VOC) (FRP-310)
 
 

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