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Everbuild Universal PVA Bond | Multi Purpose Adhesive, Sealant and Admixture, Ideal as a Primer and Sealer in Tiling Application - 5 Litre

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Water Resistant PVA Glue can withstand all types of extreme weather, and is especially efficient in resisting moisture and mildew.

PVA Bond is a multi-purpose bonding agent, primer and admixture. It’s ideal for priming unsound surfaces prior to plastering or painting and as an adhesive on wood, cork or textiles. 506 Contractors PVA works similarly and is available in plentiful 5kg and 25kg jerry cans. The short answer is, not much – in fact, the two names are often used interchangeably. Elmer’s glue is commonly used for crafty projects by DIY enthusiasts, the exception being artists who are using the glue to create works they plan to sell and need to last decades. The reason for this is that one of the disadvantages of Elmer’s glue compared to PVA is the former tends to yellow and break down over time, while PVA is guaranteed to keep materials intact. What are the benefits of PVA? PVA, short for Polyvinyl Acetate, is also commonly referred to as PVA glue, white glue, wood glue, carpenter glue and sometimes even school glue. It has a number of properties varying from a wood glue for DIY enthusiasts and joiners, to sealing timber and plastic, as well as waterproofing plaster, render and mortar. Put simply, in its most sophisticated form, PVA is an extremely versatile, waterproof sealer and adhesive, with a range of uses in the construction industry. What’s the difference between PVA and Elmer’s glue? PVA (Polyvinyl Acetate) is used in paints, as a sealer and for book binding – it’s white in colour and dries clear, after which it remains flexible and permanent over time.

PVA Wood Glue is used for wood-to-wood joining – it’s yellow in colour, and absorbs into the wood. This type of PVA glue absorbs most optimally when wood is clamped together until completely dry.

We’re passionate about bringing top-class building products and more to the trade and our PVA and SBR bonding agents fit the bill.SBR, or Styrene Butadiene Rubber, is a water resistant bonding and sealing agent, and shares many similar characteristics with PVA. One key difference is that, whereas PVA remains water soluble after drying, once dry SBR is not. Consequently, the SBR bonding agent is more suitable for situations where damp might be a factor, such as external finishes, shower areas and swimming pools, as well as in sand or cement screeds and renders.

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