How to use adhesive glue for bricks
Follow these simple instructions to make your next brick construction project a piece of cake. Important: please note, adhesive glue for bricks is not suitable for load bearing and large walls!
Preparation. Make sure all surfaces you want to bond are clean and structurally sound, and pre-fit all materials before applying your product.
Protect your hands. Like many adhesives, brick glue (and the bricks themselves) can be hard on your hands, so wear gloves and wash your hands after working on your project.
Temperature. Read the manufacturer’s instructions to find out whether you can successfully carry out your project in the current weather conditions and how to store your adhesive prior to using it during cold temperatures.
Application. Cut the nozzle to the proper size and apply the glue in a continuous bead to one surface you want to bond. The shape and size of the bead will vary, depending on your project. Apply the brick adhesive fast enough so the material can be (re-)positioned and bonded within the time specified in the manufacturer’s instructions. You can use an accelerator to speed up cure time for some products and projects.