What is spray adhesive used for?
Spray glues are often used for arts and crafts projects, and there are special low-tack adhesives for this purpose. These are designed for fixing lightweight materials and giving time to reposition and explore your options. This type of spray glue is mostly used for collages, or mounting photos and displays where you don’t need permanent bonds.
Need a spray glue with a bit more hold? High-tack spray glues like Loctite’s High-Performance Spray Adhesive can be used to repair furniture, appliances and car interiors. It forms strong, invisible bonds between both porous and non-porous materials, and it can be used for mending wood, metal, acrylic, foam, fabric, polyethylene and polypropylene, PVC, cardboard, leather, felt, carpet, cork, glass, rubber and plastics. It can also be used just like low-tack spray glue if you apply a small amount. We’ll tell you how later on.