Chipstick D4 PU Foaming Chipboard Flooring Glue – High Performance Expanding Wood Adhesive – 1KG. Single Bottle. Used for Laying Chipboard floorboards and Laying Stairs.
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Chipstick D4 PU Foaming Chipboard Flooring Glue
What is Chipstick Glue?
Chipstick D4 PU Foaming Chipboard Adhesive is an all-in-one product that bonds to a variety of materials; making it perfect for the installation of chipboard flooring, stairs, bonding window and door frames and much more.
PU stands for polyurethane, which is a type of adhesive that provides a permanent, long term, high performance rigid bond. It consists of a high-quality formula that produces a foaming action to expand into gaps. This is especially good for the application of floorboards as the excess adhesive foams out of the joints to create a ridge that enhances the weatherproofing of the joint. Once the flooring is complete, the excess can be removed; leaving a rigid bond that helps to prevent squeaky floorboards.
Moreover, Chipstick Glue has a D4 rating, which means it has been ranked the highest water resistant adhesive on the market; making it a highly effective solution for both indoor and outdoor use.
What are the Benefits of Chipstick Glue?
Bonds to a variety of materials including wood, metal, stone, concrete, polystyrene foam, glass wool, rock wool, PU foam and several kinds of plastics.Fantastic thermal resistance of up to 140°CHighly effective waterproof qualitiesExtremely strong bonding adhesiveHelps prevent squeaky floorboards and stairsMeets EN 204 requirementsAdhesive expands quicklyEnhances the weatherproofing of the jointsPerfect for interior and exterior use
How to Apply Chipstick to Floorboards
1. Apply Adhesive to Joist
Apply Chipstick D4 Chipboard Adhesive to the top of the joist on the area where the first row of floorboards will be laid.
2. Install Floorboards
Install first row of floorboards as centrally as possible; fixing them in place using one nail per joist. The length of the fixing should be 2.5 times the board thickness.
3. Apply Adhesive to Floorboards
Apply Chipstick adhesive to both the tongue and groove of each section of floorboard. Directly lay it and ensure entire length is covered.
4. Butt the Floorboards Together
Tightly butt boards together. Wait for the Chipstick adhesive to foam out of the joint to fix and seal the boards together. Leave excess adhesive to dry before removing with a scraper.
5. Apply Adhesive to the Boards
Apply Chipstick adhesive to next row of floorboards and lay them in a staggered pattern. Repeat steps 3 and 4, whilst taking care when walking over the newly laid floor.
6. Seal the Perimeter
Use Chipstick adhesive to seal over exposed nail heads, cut edges and conceal exposed perimeter edges.
7. Clean Area and Remove Film
Remove all excess adhesive and double check all joints and perimeter are entirely sealed.
Installing floorboards Building decks Installing stairs Repairing furniture Repairing squeaky floors
Waterproof Formula D4 water resistance approval EN 204 Shelf life 9 months Storage Keep bottle lid shut and store cool and dry conditions Safety and Handling Use outdoors or in a well ventilated area and use protective gloves