Best Marine Carpet Adhesive in 2020
Henry, W.W. Co. 12185 12185 GAL #663 Carp Adhesive, Beige
ROBERTS 6700-0 Carpet Adhesive, 1 Quart, Creamy Tan
- For adhering most indoor/outdoor carpets and is ideal for decks, sunrooms and basements
- Bonds with concrete, APA rated marine grade plywood, aged asphalt paving (hot applied), fiberglass and aluminum when surface is clean and roughened to promote bonding
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
- Moisture Control Adhesive - up to 5 lbs. MVER and 80% RH
- Up to 30 minutes open time, 60 minutes working time and 24 to 48 hours curing time
- Approximately 65 to 75, 90 to 110 and 100 to 120 sq. ft. per gallon coverage for smooth, polypropylene/woven, and non-woven/rough-backed carpet installations respectively
- Suggested for use with a 1/8 in. x 1/8 in. x 1/8 in. U-notch trowel, 1/8 in. x 1/8 in. x 1/16 in. V-notch trowel, or 3/32 in. x 3/32 in. x 3/32 in. V-notch trowel depending on carpet installation type
- Enviro-friendly, solvent-free and LEED compliant; VOC < 1 g/L, SCAQMD Rule 1168
- Protected by GoldGuard, an antimicrobial protection system that inhibits the growth of mold, mildew and odor causing bacteria in both wet and dry adhesives
- CRI Green Label Plus Certified - GLP no. 36471
Boat Carpet Glue Gallon
- This Carpet Glue is sold in 1 Gallon Pails
- Each 1 gallon pail covers an 8' X 10' area
- Water based (Adheres to rubber backed carpeting perfectly and will not deteriorate backing over time like alcohol-based glues)
- This carpet glue is very versatile and may be used on Marine Plywood, Particle Board, Concrete, Aluminum and Fiberglass.
- This marine adhesive is what you'll need to safely secure your new carpeting and achieve the look of a professional installation all by yourself.
Dap 00442 Weldwood All-Weather Outdoor Carpet Adhesive, 1-Quart
- Solvent-based adhesive provides strong, durable bonds for outdoor carpet and artificial turf
- 00442: Quart
- 00443: Gallon
- This item is not for sale in Catalina Island; This is a HAZMAT non returnable item.
Marine Grade Boat Carpet Adhesive Glue- 1 Gallon
- Water-based formula
- Works on wood, fiberglass, and aluminum
Advanced Adhesive Technologies (AAT-390 G) Carpet Adhesive, 1 Gallon, 3003.4127
CMC Boat Carpet Glue
Loctite PL Marine Fast Cure Adhesive Sealant, 10.1 Ounce Cartridge (2016891)
- Ideal for through-hull fastening and deck fittings
- Sealant is fast setting with 24 hour cure
- Delivers a watertight, flexible bond
- Use above or below waterline once cured
- 10.1 ounce cartridge
ROBERTS R6280-1 Flooring Adhesive, 1 Gallon, Milky White
- For the interior installation of vinyl backed carpet tile, commercial carpet cushion, solid vinyl, fiberglass reinforced sheet vinyl, luxury vinyl tile up to 12 in. x 12 in., recycled non-foam (PVC) and Enhancer backed carpet tile
- Bonds with concrete, APA rated plywood and terrazzo
- For heavy residential and moderate commercial use
- Covers approximately 170 to 190 sq. ft. per gallon when installing carpet tile, fiberglass vinyl sheet or luxury vinyl tile (LVT) when using a 1/16 in. x 1/16 in. x 1/16 in. square-notch trowel
- Covers up to 300 sq. ft. per gallon when installing carpet tile using a medium nap roller
Loctite 1629134 2267077 adhesive-caulk, Single
DIY: How to Remove Carpet Squares & Carpet Glue from a Concrete Floor
Supplies needed and easy DIY instructions for the homeowner wanting to remove old basement carpet squares.
Removing those old carpet squares and glue is an easy DIY project for a homeowner, but does take time and patience.
Before tackling a carpet amp; glue removal project, you will need a few basic supplies. These include:
Contractor sized hefty bags for collecting the carpet
2" wide putty knife
Rubber mallet or hammer
Razor scraper or pole sander
Removing the carpet squares
Starting with the threshold, slide the putty knife beneath the carpet edge to locate the corner of one of the squares. Use the putty knife to gently pry up enough of the corner so that it can be grabbed with the fingers and peeled off the floor. Repeat this process with each of the remaining squares.
If the carpet squares won't budge, they must be chiseled off instead. This is done by placing the putty knife beneath the carpet square, and gently tapping the handle with the rubber mallet.
Removing the carpet glue
While there are many commercial adhesive removers specifically for carpet glues, one of the drawbacks of this type of product is that it will wick into a porous concrete floor and prevent future floor adhesives from bonding. If you plan on replacing those old carpet squares with new carpet, tile, or linoleum, you should avoid commercial adhesive removers and try one of these methods instead:
Chiseling away the glue with a putty knife: With this method, all that's required is a putty knife and a rubber mallet. Chiseling and scraping away at the glue with a putty knife is slow going but very effective. If you discover the glue to be gummy or has bits of foam stuck to it, a neat little trick to speed up the job is to freeze the gummy areas with dry ice. This is done by placing a 2" slab of dry ice on a cookie sheet, placing the sheet on top of the gummy area and them letting it set for a few minutes. The dry ice will make the glue brittle and much easier to scrape off.
Razor scrapers and water: Razor scrapers are inexpensive and also very effective ways of removing old carpet glue. A little bit of water seems to help loosen the gunk and make it slightly easier to remove.
Pole Sanders: For large areas, a pole sander with extra grit sandpaper is a fantastic way of removing dried on carpet adhesive. Pole sanders are used like a mop, and allow you to easily sand away the glue without straining your back. It does stir up some dust, so adequate ventilation and a paper mask are a must.
Once the carpet glue has been removed and the bags of old carpeting hauled outdoors, the final step is to vacuum up the dust and then mop the floors to remove built up grime and gunk. After the concrete is reasonably clean, give the floors a few days to dry thoroughly before moving onto the next leg of your basement makeover project.