|Forum topic by Deaner||posted 02-14-2014 04:53 AM||414 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
02-14-2014 04:53 AM
I want to try using Elmers spray adhesive to laminate 3/4” wide strips of walnut and cherry together. the strips are 5’ long, 3/4 in. wide and vary from 1/8”-5/8’ thick.
I will be gluing these strips face to face and don’t really want to smear the typical glue on these strips…far too tedious and messy.
Thought I’d try spraying them with Elmers Spray Adhesive. The spray can says: permanent applications, no bleed through, reasonable open time, dries good etc. etc. etc.
Question: has anybody used this spray adhesive with confidence and success? I am laminating these strips together to create a decorative edge on a floating shelf, and it’s gotta look good, be reliable and permanent.
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