Barrettine PVA Adhesive and Sealer

  4.0/5.0 (1 reviews)
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  • Trade quality PVA Glue Adhesive and Sealer
  • Can be used as a primer, bonding agent and dust proofer
  • Neutral PH
  • Easy and safe to use
  • Very flexible
  • Low V.O.C
Brand Barrettine
Drying time 30 mins
Size 2.5L, 5L
MPN PVAS2.5, PVAS005
GTIN 5015861930255, 5015861930057

Barrettine PVA Adhesive and Sealer is a highly versatile product that can be utilised for a wide range of projects!

What is PVA glue used for? - As an emulsion, soluble in water, it is particularly useful for glueing porous materials, particularly for wood, paper and cloth. It doesn't contain solvents and acts as a useful consolidant for porous building materials like sandstone. PVA wood glue is most often used as:-

  • Wood adhesive
  • As a paper, fabric and leather adhesive
  • In bookbinding
  • Arts and crafts, for example mosaic
  • As an envelope adhesive
  • Wallpaper glue
  • Drywall primer
  • As a filler, by adding sawdust to it

Looking for an expanding, polyurethane glue or floor adhesive? See our full range of wood glues

Make sure that surfaces to be glued together are clean, dry and free from dust, dirt and other surface contaminates.

Always do a test area before starting any project to check suitability and compatibility. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the container at all times.

  1. Squeeze the PVA Glue onto the surface of the wood to be glued together
  2. Use either a plastic spreader or a brush to spread a thin coat of glue over the surfaces
  3. Push the pieces together, rubbing the surfaces from side to side to remove trapped air and make sure the glue spreads evenly
  4. Grab a G-clamp or two and clamp the pieces securely
  5. Remove any excess or spills immediately using a damp cloth
  6. Leave it for 24 hours before taking the clamps off
  7. Sand off any dried excess glue

Please note: Any area where the glue has come into contact with the wood and been wiped off should be lightly sanded to remove any residual traces of the glue. Failure to do this may prevent wood stains and other wood finishing products from effectively penetrating or coating the glued area.

1 customer reviews
4/5.0
 
Fine by Marcus Lonsdale
Reviewed 5L on: 16/03/17