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Old 07-15-2010, 04:19 PM   #1
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adhesives for wood floor transitions on slab


Hey all...

I installed bruce floating cherry... like it as much as expected knowing my slab wasnt perfect... the issue I am having is with the transitions... the part that glues to the floor wasnt quite long enough I think due to purchasing the premium underlayment, or it just wasnt right from design forward... anyway,... I used a sliver of plywood as a height filler and glued them in.,..

well in high traffic areas they arent staying down... I have tried liquid nails, as well as power grab. these glues both dry hard. I am thinking with the stepping on, and flex involved, maybe something that doesnt dry super hard would be right? or just MORE glue to give it a more secure setting??

has anyone had this issue and solved it?

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