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Evo-Stik Gripfill Solvent-free Grey Grab adhesive 350ml
This grab adhesive from the Gripfill range by Evo-Stik has a 6-24 hour drying time, and is suitable for use with most materials and surfaces, polystyrene, foamed and laminated pvc's around the interior of your home.
- Suitable for Interior use
Features and benefits
Evo-Stik Gripfill Solvent Free is a white, gap-filling adhesive that creates a high strength bond between two materials. It provides an instant grab, immediately securing materials in place for a more accurate bonding and as it has gap filling properties, it allows you to bond uneven surfaces without difficulty. Ideal for a range of decorating, refurbishment, building and DIY applications in your home.
- Especially suitable for bonding substrates that are sensitive to solvents such as polystyrene and PVCs
- Easy to use and any mistakes in application can be wiped away with a damp cloth before it dries
- Once dry, it can be sanded or overpainted, for the perfect finish
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Drying time||16-24 h|
Hip 45⁹ - 21 day ago
It was ok nothing special ............
Not suitable for filling
alex234 - 5 month ago
Does not do what the name implies. Shrinks and cracks when used to glue & fill acrross narrow gaps of a few millimeters. Laughably, after having experienced this, I checked the manufacturers website which doesn't mention this in the main description of the product. But they have an FAQ that says the solvent free GripFill is not suitable for filling!
Tube of white
hutchieandy - 5 month ago
What a massive let down, only positive thing I can think to say is it comes out of the caulking gun nice...
Absolutely hopeless at attaching anything to the wall.
On the side of the tube it lists multiple things that it (won't) stick together.
Can I claim my money and labour back?
karl51 - 8 month ago
Not sure the trouble people have been having with this but i use a lot and never had any problems. Latest project was sticking MDF to battens around piping ..worked a treat
They should remove the word "grip" from the title.
Tagustini - 8 month ago
This stuff is not fit for purpose. Bought it to stick some skirting board to the wall, something that doesn't need much grip so shouldn't really matter buying cheap vs expensive. This stuff seems to shrink quite a lot as it dries, so it ends up pulling itself away from whatever it's supposed to be sticking too which ends up with the skirting board literally just coming loose from the wall without even knocking it.
Rating 1 star for value for money because I think using 3 actual £1 coins would be more sticky.
Rating 1 star for ease of use because if it's me doing something wrong, this stuff is certainly not easy to use.