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Seal-N-Grip Adhesive- 4 gallons

Adhesive and moisture vapor protection in a one-step application reduces labor, time and cost.
Formulated for all types of glue down wood and bamboo flooring.
Exceptional sound reduction properties.
Bridges cracks up to 1/8".
Easy spread forumlation.
Low odor.
0% VOCs.
Bostik's Blockade™ antimicrobial protection.

 

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3.9

(based on 34 reviews)

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    (11)

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    (15)

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    (2)

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4.0

Definitely will purchase again.

By B-Ball

from North Carolina

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    Cons

      Best Uses

        Koa is extremely beautiful.

        Service and delivery comments:

        All of the delivery were on time, as promised.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

        (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Seal & adhear, no odor, easy handling

        By Rocky

        from Austin, Texas

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          Cons

            Best Uses

              Clean up dry glue on wood surface with heavy duty Magic Eraser, works great! Check can dates, our first can was older and had a very thick skin on top. Plan to use the entire can when opened, does not store well over time.

              • Was this a gift?:
              • No

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              3.0

              A lot of waste for the price

              By Merk

              from Phoenix, AZ

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                Cons

                  Best Uses

                    product works well but for the price I felt that there was about 20% waste. When I opened the can I had to cut off a thick layer of dried glue. when I neared the bottom of the can the glue was too thick to get out of the can and use effectively.

                    • Was this a gift?:
                    • No

                    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    4.0

                    Very Good Product

                    By Mac

                    from San Antonio, TX

                    Pros

                    • Easy clean-up
                    • Good adhesion
                    • Low oder

                    Cons

                    • Coverage
                    • Price

                    Best Uses

                      Very good product, spreads easily. Easy clean-up with wipe offs. Recommend just letting your tools sit overnight and then the adhesive peels off easily. Only got about 120 sq ft coverage from a 4 gal bucket, using the recommended 1/4 in notched trowel. Makes it an expensive glue.

                      • Was this a gift?:
                      • No

                      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      1.0

                      not LLs fault

                      By cabin fever

                      from smokey mtns

                      Verified Reviewer

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                        Cons

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                            unless you have several people on the job you can't get the full amount in the can out and usable. product skins over in the can very quickly as you apply what you can work with, so each time you go back to get more glue you need to peel off the skin, wasting some product. also as you pour you have glue that sticks to the side of the can. probably used 3 of the 4 gallons and left 1 gallon as skin or dried to the side of the can. maybe if you have 1 person cut, 1 pour and 1 lay the flooring you wouldn't have the problem of so much waste, but I put down the 12 x 14 bedroom by myself. product may protect from moisture but its too soon to tell.

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                            • No

                            (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                             
                            4.0

                            Good Product

                            By Jim the Runner

                            from Tampa, FL

                            Verified Reviewer

                            Pros

                            • No odor

                            Cons

                            • Higher Price

                            Best Uses

                              1 out of 6 four gallon buckets had over a 1" layer of cured product when opening bucket. Ultimately required me to purchase an additional 4 gallon bucket at ~$180.

                              (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                               
                              2.0

                              Big Disappointment

                              By MIDIMan87

                              from Goodyear, AZ

                              Verified Reviewer

                              Pros

                              • Glue Sets Up Fast

                              Cons

                              • Bucket Improperly Sealed

                              Best Uses

                              • Hardwood flooring

                              Nearly 1/3 of the bucket was hardened. I had to cut it out to get to the useable glue. For as pricey as this product is, you would think that you would get all of what you paid for.

                              • Was this a gift?:
                              • No

                              (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                               
                              4.0

                              Smaller size would be nice

                              By Karen327

                              from Pleasant Hill, CA

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                                    Purchased two 4 gallon tubs for the guys doing my floor which was 400sq ft of engineered wood on concrete slab. They needed more. Was disappointed to find not sold in anything smaller than 4 gallons as they didn't even use half of the 3rd tub I bought. It would be nice if this came in 2 gallon size also.

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                                    • No

                                    (0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                                     
                                    1.0

                                    Not at all what its cracked up to be

                                    By Mike

                                    from Arkabutla, Ms.

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                                      Cons

                                        Best Uses

                                          this flooring worked out fine

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                                          • No

                                          (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                                           
                                          4.0

                                          Surprisingly Messy, But Effective

                                          By Hulithedane

                                          from Tucson, AZ

                                          Pros

                                          • Gets the job done
                                          • Provides good coverage

                                          Cons

                                          • A little stinky
                                          • pretty messy
                                          • Residue Requires Clean-up

                                          Best Uses

                                          • Concrete foundation

                                          Although the glue-down method may be less expensive than the sub-floor & nail-down method, it is probably more messy. The professional installers spent a lot of time cleaning up glue residue after the installation, noting that nail-down was definitely an easier, cleaner installation method.

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                                          • No

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                                          • Q:

                                            I recently purchased engineered hardwood laminated over particleboard, what adhesive would you all suggest when I adhere it to a concrete slab?
                                            Asked on 1/13/2016 by Mike from Lancaster, CA.

                                            1 answer

                                            • Staff Reviewer

                                              A:

                                              This adhesive would be recommended for engineered flooring over concrete.
                                              Refer to your product installation instructions.
                                              You can find complete installation instructions on our product pages by clicking on the installation tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.
                                              Thank you for writing in.

                                              Answered on 1/14/2016 by cc-2
                                          • Q:

                                            can you use the seal-n-grip on OSB to glue down bamboo
                                            Asked on 1/4/2016 by larry a. parker from lumber liquidators 1102

                                            1 answer

                                            • Staff Reviewer

                                              A:

                                              Yes but should use ADHESIVE ONLY INSTALLATION METHOD approved trowel.
                                              As per instructions:
                                              ULTIMATE VERSATILITY
                                              This high performance formulation may be used to adhere all engineered, solid, bamboo, cork, and parquet. Seal-N-Grip™ has no restrictions on board width or length. It may be used over all properly prepared substrates common to hardwood flooring installations including; concrete, plywood, OSB, well bonded vinyl/VCT and ceramic tile, cement backer board, gypsum underlayments (dry, above grade), cement patch/ underlayments, radiant-heat flooring, and properly prepared terrazzo. This adhesive can also be used to install plywood as described, as well as ceramic tile, marble, and stone inlays for light commercial and/or residential applications.
                                              For complete product information; Please go to our Website @ LumberLiquidators.com and at the bottom of the page click on Flooring 101, enter – Bostik UltraGrip - , enter, then click on the PDF to open. Thank you for your inquiry.

                                              Answered on 1/4/2016 by cc-2
                                          • Q:

                                            What are the limitation for Bostik's Seal and Grip as pertaining to moisture control in a concrete slab. Max RH reading, ASTM F2170.
                                            Also what is the moisture vapor emission rate (permeance or perms) of
                                            Bostik's Seal and Grip, it has a permeance rating of what?
                                            Example: Bostik's Vapor Lock has a pereanne rating of .6
                                            Asked on 12/14/2015 by Dr. T from Ventura

                                            1 answer

                                            • Staff Reviewer

                                              A:

                                              ASTM 2170 Relative Humidity Test ≤ 85% RH
                                              Water Vapor Permeability*4 <0.6
                                              Concrete Moisture Vapor Limits for subfloor moisture vapor protection:
                                              ASTM 1869 Calcium Chloride Method ≤ 15 lbs/1000 sq.ft./24 hrs
                                              For complete product information; Please go to our Website @ LumberLiquidators.com and at the bottom of the page click on Flooring 101, enter – SEAL-N-GRIP - , enter, then click on the PDF to open. Thank you for your inquiry.

                                              Answered on 12/14/2015 by cc-2
                                          • Q:

                                            I used the bostic seal and grip to put bamboo wood floors in. It was so messy. What is the best way to clean off the wood without damaging the wood?
                                            Asked on 8/1/2015 by Gary from Edmond, OK

                                            1 answer

                                            • Staff Reviewer

                                              A:

                                              Here's something you can try! (Always test on scrap board or in an inconspicuous area first).
                                              1.) Using the Ultimate Adhesive Remover towelette (or a mineral spirit dampened clean rag) and place on the spotted area, let stand for 10 minutes or so.
                                              2.) Take an original Mr Clean Magic Eraser (This is a foam pad found in the cleaning section in most grocery stores). Use the foam side. Some have a scouring pad on 1-side that is too aggressive. Buff the area with the Magic Eraser in the long direction of the plank.
                                              3.) Get a clean white cotton cloth and/or micro-fiber cloth, very lightly dampened with water, wipe off the residue you created.
                                              Sorry no guarantees.

                                              Magic Eraser can work to remove adhesive in some instances. Success has also been made with mineral spirits but better is Bostik's Ultimate Adhesive Remover or Mapei Remover followed by a water damp rag to remove the adhesive remover before it can damage the finish. Hand buff. Try the remover as described above and repeat as many times that are necessary.

                                              Answered on 8/7/2015 by cc-2
                                          • Q:

                                            If i use the Bostick Seal'n'grip for my concrete floors do I need to perform a calcium chloride test?
                                            Asked on 5/1/2015 by Julian from Las Vegas

                                            1 answer

                                            • Staff Reviewer

                                              A:

                                              Yes you do, this adhesive has a limit of 15 lbs. of vapor blocking capability...whenever there is a calcium chloride test is required.

                                              Answered on 5/4/2015 by cc-2
                                          • Q:

                                            I'm installing 5" x 1/2" engineered hardwood on concrete slab. I'm wondering if there is any amount of insulation value in this glue (or other glues). Instead of floating the floor on a pad, I'd like to secure the flooring to slab. The flooring will be installed in walk-out basement family room and I'd like some insulation value for the cold Chicago winters, if that's possible in an adhesive product. Any ideas?
                                            Asked on 2/21/2015 by diy dad from Joliet, IL

                                            1 answer

                                            • Staff Reviewer

                                              A:

                                              Unfortunately there has not been any testing on any of our adhesives for R-value by the manufacturers and to my knowledge this is not done in the industry.
                                              That being said my best educated guess would be 0.20 - 0.40 R-value when compared to other flooring materials of similar thickness & density.
                                              Thank you for writing in.

                                              Answered on 2/23/2015 by cc-2
                                          • Q:

                                            I want to instal a glue down cork parquet floor over a concrete slab. Specification recommends a water based latex contact adhesive and could not find any adhesive with that description.
                                            Is this product compatible for this case?
                                            Asked on 1/5/2015 by Diego Martinez from San Diego, CA

                                            1 answer

                                            • Staff Reviewer

                                              A:

                                              Water Based Latex Contact Adhesives are available at any local home center (solvent based are not VOC compliant and are no longer available to the general public).
                                              DAP Weldwood Contact Cement or Wilsonart H2O Contact Adhesive are readily available.
                                              SEAL-N-GRIP is urethane based and is not recommended for our cork tiles.
                                              Thank you for your interest in our flooring products.

                                              Answered on 1/5/2015 by cc-2
                                          • Q:

                                            I'M INSTALLING 3/4 SOLID OAK TO WOOD SUBFLOOR....IS THIS GULE SUITABLE? AND IF SO, WHAT TROWEL SIZE SHOULD I USE?
                                            Asked on 11/27/2014 by JD the contractor's boy from Oakland, CA

                                            1 answer

                                            • Staff Reviewer

                                              A:

                                              Please call our Tech and Installation Dept. @ (800) 366-4204 for a detailed answer to your question. Thank you for your inquiry

                                              Answered on 12/1/2014 by cc-3
                                          • Q:

                                            I have some laminate flooring but don't want a floating floor. What is the best glue to use to glue it down?
                                            Asked on 11/8/2014 by ken

                                            1 answer

                                            • CUSTOMER CARE

                                              A:

                                              Generally laminate flooring is specifically designed to float. All the laminate flooring we carry is manufactured to do so. Unless a particular manufacturer instructions say otherwise; gluedown is not an option.

                                              Answered on 11/10/2014 by Tech & Install
                                          • Q:

                                            I used this glue to put down bamboo over concrete. It looked great then Hurricane Sandy came and changed all that. Floor showed no sign of warping after being underneath two feet of sea water but he mold guy said it had to come up and what a pane it was... It wouldn't let go. My question now is to prepare the slab for a new bamboo glue down do I have to grind all of the old glue off or will the new stuff stick to it? There is a very thing smooth layer still on the slab? Thanks!
                                            Asked on 6/22/2014 by rock from sea bright nj

                                            1 answer

                                            • Staff Reviewer

                                              A:

                                              The old adhesive will need to be razor-scraped to remove as much extra adhesive material (ridges) as possible and then all contaminates removed that will affect the bond.
                                              To be sure I also would recommend contacting the manufacturer; Bostik Technical @ 800-523-6530.
                                              Thank you for your inquiry.

                                              Answered on 6/25/2014 by cc-2
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