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DAP DP-SE-00118
Item 146046

Weldwood Spray Adhesive, 16 -oz

$11.99

This multipurpose spray adhesive from DAP Weldwood is a mist formula, ideal for fast tacking of paper patterns to wood. Spray one surface and allow to dry to a tack, and then apply your pattern....

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This multipurpose spray adhesive from DAP Weldwood is a mist formula, ideal for fast tacking of paper patterns to wood. Spray one surface and allow to dry to a tack, and then apply your pattern. Peel off when done. May be used for the temporary or permanent bonding of foils, plastics, papers, foams, metals and cardboard. 16 oz can.



  • Can be used for temporary or permanent bonding
  • Use with lightweight materials including foils, carpeting, paper, foams, felt and wood.

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    My experience with DAP Weldwood Spray

    I use this product for attaching acrylic plastic keytops to piano keys as a replacement for original ivory. I have tried every other brand under the sun and DAP is the best! Other brands have problems such as: poor nozzle control, too much overspray, high cost and difficult to find. This product overcomes all these except it is hard to find. I can only find it online or in Woodcraft stores. Be careful about buying old stock as it has a shelf life of about a year. Older may not work as well. Woodcraft seems to have a good turnover and I have not been compensated nor do I work for Woodcraft.

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