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Adhesive for wood molding to brick? #9070209 07/01/24 02:46 PM
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Need to affix 3 1/4-inch colonial base molding to the edge of the fireplace hearth. Anyone have a favorite to suggest? Thought I would then caulk the gaps along the top edge with plain old DAP Alex.

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Re: Adhesive for wood molding to brick? [Re: Nolanco] #9070242 07/01/24 03:27 PM
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I would use Liquid Nails, it has stuck to anything I have tried it on.

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Originally Posted by HogBranch
I would use Liquid Nails, it has stuck to anything I have tried it on.


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Re: Adhesive for wood molding to brick? [Re: SnakeWrangler] #9070271 07/01/24 04:47 PM
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Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
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I would use Liquid Nails, it has stuck to anything I have tried it on.


^...just make sure your trim is straight and not wavy or you will have to put weights in front to allow the LN to cure.


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I would use Liquid Nails, it has stuck to anything I have tried it on.


^...just make sure your trim is straight and not wavy or you will have to put weights in front to allow the LN to cure.


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Re: Adhesive for wood molding to brick? [Re: Nolanco] #9070315 07/01/24 06:46 PM
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Thanks fellas. Liquid Nails was my first impulse, but thought there just might be a slightly better adhesive out there. I had used Loctite PL3X to laminate two 2X12 LVL beams to make a 4X12, but that was wood to wood.

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I've had good results with LOCTITE Power Grab. Glued the supports for the kitchen island to the concrete floor with it.

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I went with the standard Liquid Nails, preferring to have to brace the molding in place for several hours rather than chance misaligning the instant grab stuff. It came out nice -- as long as you are looking at it from at least 10 feet away.

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