3M General Purpose 45 Spray Adhesive
A Secure Bond, Spray Adhesive, 3 M General Purpose 45 Spray Adhesive
- Equipped with flexible foam that provides better coverage
- High-quality adhesive offers a long-lasting and secure grip
- The tool guides corner trims make it great for use as a paint shield
- May be suitable for lightweight and temporary use
Analysis of 100+ reviews for 3M General Purpose 45 Spray Adhesive
BestViewsReviews analyzed 5,573 reviews for 17 products in the Adhesive Sprays category.
We analyzed a total of 162 reviews for this product out of which, 115 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 62% reviews were positive while around 31% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for 3M General Purpose 45 Spray Adhesive
This product received a total score of 9.20 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 7 features:
Users of this product said
I made a mistake about 3 seconds after the tile was placed, when I realized that the alignment was off on one side, and some of the paint and drywall paper came with it.
It's easy to make a sticky template, and once it's placed, it's easy to remove it.
I use this stamp for used stamp collecting the hinges weren't sticking, and if you change your mind it can be moved and adhere elsewhere, I always works, make any paper into a post it note or adhere it to something, and if you change your mind it can be moved and
It doesn't take much to make a sticky template, and it's easy to apply along with the easy removal of template on balsa wood or plastic material.
The 3m adhesive works as advertised and did its job, but the outcome could have been better if my sleepy self had paid more attention.
Question & Answers
Is the light bulb flamable and would I be able to recover a lamp shade with it?
The can has a warning about flammability during use, but there is nothing about after it cures, so I called the technical department and they said it's fine.
Does this product work on foam and fabric?
I used this product to secure foam with batting on an upholstery project and I am very pleased with its holding ability.
I don't want to hurt the walls when I leave, but can the foam be removed from the walls?
All I did was apply contact paper that matched the wall paint and then applied the glue foam over that.
How effective is it on cardboard?
I used to use wood to get contact paper to stick, my wood sucked up a lot of it, but my project is still good to this day!
Does the product remove paint when you remove foam tile?
I can assist you with anything else, please let me know if there is anything else I can do.