What types of spray adhesives are there?
Spray adhesives are offered in a range of strengths, offering a selection of adhesion levels customized for particular projects.
For common use and crafting, a general-purpose spray glue can be the perfect choice. With superior strength, it dries clear and clean and won’t yellow with age, making it ideal for non-load-bearing household fixes and projects. It’s best for indoor use, though, as UV or sun exposure will cause yellowing.
Need a spray with a bit more hold? Look for a designated high-performance spray glue to get the job done. Its superior bonding strength works effectively on bonding most household materials, including wood, metal, acrylic, foam, fabric, glass, and most plastics.
More intensive needs, such as indoor/outdoor bonding of heavier materials like upholstery, carpeting, and trim, or bonds exposed to high temperatures, require another easy-to-use adhesive. Loctite Spray Adhesive Professional Performance is designed for heavy bonds demanding added levels of support.