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    Hi,
    Have read lots of other posts recommending davco ultrafix. I have many tubes of davco multi-fix construction and flooring adhesive. IS this ok to use to stick T+G to YellowTongue?

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    you need to use bostich ultraset or sika t55.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaza View Post
    you need to use bostich ultraset or sika t55.
    thanks gaza, still a bit confused as this davco multi-fix is a "Construction AND Flooring adhesive".
    I have many tubes of this stuff thats why Im hoping its ok.

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    Use Bostik Ultraset
    Hooroo.
    Regards, Trevor
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    no that is for sheet flooring, it is not meant to be used for T&G flooring which is a natural product and it has some movement,

    the polyurthane adhesive allows the movement of the timber.


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