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The smart way to mount skirting boards and cornices on textured and sensitive surfaces.
Click through the tabs above this step-by-step video to see how quick and easy it is to get your projects – and your possessions – off the ground.
Whenever you need to mount something flat like a skirting board or cornice on a sensitive surface like wallpaper, then our Mounting Glue is precisely what you need. It’s solvent free, easy to use and to paint over - and of course it’s super strong, too. Not suitable for use on PE, PP, PTFE or surfaces with a non-stick coating (e.g. silicon).
Cleaning your surface with a dust-free cloth will ensure optimal holding power. Always test the load-bearing capacity of your surface before mounting. Apply the adhesive in neat lines (or dots if it’s small or lightweight) to the object you’re mounting or to the surface itself – whichever is rougher. Be sure to leave space between the lines so the water-based formula can dry.
Now you can simply mount your object to the wall. Keep a cloth or sponge handy to wipe away any excess adhesive.
Whatever you’re mounting, whether it’s a cornice, skirting board or decorative plasterwork, you can make small adjustments before the adhesive sets. When you’re satisfied, make sure you press it home to ensure a perfect bond, pushing down firmly across its entire surface. Then simply wait for at least 48 hours for the Mounting Glue to dry.