No More Nails

Discussion in 'Builders' Talk' started by David Morris, Jun 23, 2006.

  1. David Morris

    David Morris New Member

    Has anyone tried this stuff?

    Whatever I stick up with it falls down the next day.
  2. Astramax

    Astramax Super Member

    You must be doing something wrong, what are you sticking up and what to?
  3. big all

    big all Screwfix Select

    no more nails normaly sticks like poo to the proverbial blanket

    only reasons i can think off for not working properly is
    greasy or dirty surfaces
    top surface not properly sticking to the layer below and coming off with the the no nails

    or the no nails has gone off and is to "dry" so wont spread or stick

    big all
  4. Tony Soprano

    Tony Soprano New Member

    stick with the best selling stuff GRIPFILL (The solvent based one) none of that solvent free malarkey;-)
  5. Charlie Far!ey

    Charlie Far!ey New Member

    I used it and all my finger nails dropped off
  6. !!

    !! Active Member

    I prefer 15 gauge nails
  7. gardm1nt

    gardm1nt New Member

    Shouldnt have any probs with solvent gripfill and a nice smell too!
  8. ­

    ­ New Member

    I can't get on with No More Nails. It makes my hammers filthy.
  9. gardm1nt

    gardm1nt New Member

  10. Tony Soprano

    Tony Soprano New Member

    good one clever man:)
  11. problem

    problem New Member

    Gripfill Solvent.
  12. Boxer Red

    Boxer Red New Member

    Sorry all you christians out there, but i've heard of an advert out there where Jesus has a smile on his face on the cross with a tube of no nails beside him!
  13. sparkedout2

    sparkedout2 New Member

    no more nails is shxt use gripafil pinkgrip etc
  14. Binfield Carpenter

    Binfield Carpenter New Member

    I keep nomorenails (or one of the other own branded equivalents) and gripfill in the truck all the time. Gripfill is a much denser gunk that is harder to spread but gives a very tough bond. The nomorenails type gunks are semispreadable and come up trumps when you can spread over a larger surface.

    If the surfaces are dirty or very uneven (e.g. old brickwork) gripfill will win.

    I would not say that either is better or worse - they are different and work well in different circumstances

  15. ­

    ­ New Member

    We now use Sovereign Panel Adhesive and this is similar to Gripfill but is not so thick. We find that Gripfill is difficult to compress completely and it can make skirtings etc stand off the wall. In the winter months Gripfill is even worse especially if left in the van overnight.

    The Sovereign water based version of Panel Adhesive is excellent stuff too.
  16. Ghost-1

    Ghost-1 Active Member

    Whatever kind..........why does the chuffing stuff continue to dribble out of the tube, even when tube has no pressure on it. Turn ya back.......fecking stuff is everywhere
  17. Tony Soprano

    Tony Soprano New Member

    ghost ur totally right damn stuff
  18. ban-all-sheds

    ban-all-sheds New Member

  19. Willy Duwitt

    Willy Duwitt New Member

    That's pretty damn sexy, BAS! Have you got one of these and, if so, does it do what it says?
  20. 4 x 2

    4 x 2 New Member

    Evostick 'sticks like ****' does the proverbial and doesn't dribble as long as you press the tab thingy

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