Which Construction Adhesive is Best? Let's find out!

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  • Published on: 08 July 2019
  • Which construction adhesive is best? A total of 10 construction adhesives tested in 2 videos. This video: Flex Seal, Gorilla, 3M 5200, F-26, and Red Devil (not designed for continuous water exposure) and JB Weld tested in 2 out of 4 events. Next video: Liquid Nails Heavy Duty, Liquid Nails Fuze It, Loctite PL 8X, Loctite PL 3X, and DAP Dyna Grip. Unsponsored content 100% of the time to ensure unbiased testing to help consumers select the best products, saving them time and money! Thank you VERY much for all the video ideas you all suggest, including this one and thanks for all of the positive comments as well!

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  • Runtime : 14:57
  • Liquid nails loctite loctite 3x loctite 8x loctite pl 8x loctite pl 3x dyna grip DAP Dyna Grip Flex Flex Seal Red Devil 3M 3M adhesive sealant 3M 5200 F-26 F26 Gorilla Loctite Fuze It Project Farm JB Weld JB Weld Original Lets find out! Let's find out!

COMMENTS: 40

  • amit pathak
    amit pathak   1 days ago

    please compare various types of vaccum pump garden sprayer, which cost nearly 3$,thank you for your great effort

  • SawNick
    SawNick   3 days ago

    103 people dislike unbiased testing that goes against what they believe.

  • Cooper Long
    Cooper Long   1 weeks ago

    Your attention to detail and focus on controlling variables is second to none on YouTube.

  • Lane Dexter
    Lane Dexter   1 weeks ago

    Great timing!  I was just thinking of glue to join tongue & groove plywood in making an 8 by 10 barn door.  Very useful video.

  • MURR DOG
    MURR DOG   1 weeks ago

    Thank you, love all your efforts and videos ....

  • Chess Master
    Chess Master   1 weeks ago

    Great tests. Have you tested liquid nail? If so whats the video i missed?

  • Steve Miller
    Steve Miller   1 weeks ago

    I can tell you that liquid nails with the red label is no good. I used it for 15 years with no problems but the formula has changed and will not adhere tile to sheet rock like it used to. They changed from a mineral solvent to latex and now it simply does not work. I have many square feet of tile stuck to our walls for over 15 years using the original formula and I defie anyone to pry these tiles off but the new stuff does not dry after 2 days and the tiles fall off.

  • Steve Miller
    Steve Miller   1 weeks ago

    I can tell you that liquid nails with the red label is no good. I used it for 15 years with no problems but the formula has changed and will not adhere tile to sheet rock like it used to. They changed from a mineral solvent to latex and now it simply does not work. I have many square feet of tile stuck to our walls for over 15 years using the original formula and I defie anyone to pry these tiles off but the new stuff does not dry after 2 days and the tiles fall off.

  • David Stanley
    David Stanley   1 weeks ago

    I enjoy your videos. Have you thought of doing one on best concrete crack repair materials? I’d like to see that done because the products I’ve tried haven’t worked.

  • NotoriousPyro
    NotoriousPyro   1 weeks ago

    Manufacturers: "Permanent. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE."Project Farm: "Hold my beer"

  • Bud Latham
    Bud Latham   2 weeks ago

    I was an marine electronics installer in the past. We only used 5200 below the waterline on boats. Transducers were 3 inch holes in the boat bottom which we ran a bead around and never had a leak.

  • Kane Games
    Kane Games   2 weeks ago

    Why does it have to be less than fifteen minutes?

  • wade taylor
    wade taylor   2 weeks ago

    Very thorough and does the work. Unbiased. GOOD JOB! Thank you...

  • KingParisBuckingham
    KingParisBuckingham   2 weeks ago

    So 3m could catch that guy my girl cheating with so I can give him a beatdown??? Lol

  • KingParisBuckingham
    KingParisBuckingham   2 weeks ago

    All the other tests good but why the fuck yall testing any on pvc??? In the real world you won't use any on pvc,you would use couplings and PVC cement...

  • Thomas Maker
    Thomas Maker   2 weeks ago

    You really should have included SIKA as it is a adhesive brand that is available internationally, another brand to include would be TEC7 as it is also available world wide and both are well known quality/industrial brands...

  • Chuck Debro
    Chuck Debro   2 weeks ago

    I don't think that I'd use any of these for construction adhesive. How about testing these -> Liquid Nails (lots of choices in this line), PL by Loctite (lots of choices in this line too).

  • SodaGumX
    SodaGumX   2 weeks ago

    anybody ever try to mount security cameras with this stuff/ jb weld/epoxy puttys so you dont have to drill holes in the roof/house and might make a leak?

  • G-Unit
    G-Unit   2 weeks ago

    I love your tests! I don't know if you have done it already, but could you test wood glues like, Tite Bond, Elmer's, and Gorilla?

  • butchtropic
    butchtropic   2 weeks ago

    Thanks for this, we have a major hurricane bearing down on us for labor day, these tests, (and the many you've run on duct tape) are really about to be tested in a real-world shit-tuation, wish us luck.

  • Matt Elder
    Matt Elder   3 weeks ago

    I'd love to see a test where you use both the winner of this and the winner of the fasteners together to see just how strong you could get it. It might end up breaking your rig though.

  • Tim F
    Tim F   3 weeks ago

    JB Weld did so well!   How much strength per penny for JB Weld?

  • g k
    g k   1 months ago

    How about a comparison of bathroom acrylic adhesive caulks? I've used them as an adhesive on numerous occasion with good results.

  • Nathan H
    Nathan H   1 months ago

    Hey Project Farm! Your videos rock! I would love to see:1. Asphalt shingle comparison2. Exterior house paint comparison3. Siding comparison

  • John Crea
    John Crea   1 months ago

    Got a project where I need to glue 10ft long 2x4s to meral, and am looking for the strongest adhesive. Am looking at West Systems epoxy as well as the West Systems G-Flex. Would love to see a comparison between the West Products (straight and with filler) compared to Loctite Pl 8xJohn

  • Jay Sanders
    Jay Sanders   1 months ago

    do a show on men's razor's , which is better and last longest , and one blade or 4 blade ECT !!!!!!!

  • zire323LA
    zire323LA   1 months ago

    Please add loctite PL max premium is around 10$ bucks

  • Eric Faden
    Eric Faden   1 months ago

    Can you test different concrete anchors?

  • Brian Curwick
    Brian Curwick   1 months ago

    Matt Risinger and Jordon Smith had a much better jig for testing the glue strength between wood & bare metal.They discuss that Many Construction Adhesives require moisture to cure. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSvLCbE1g6shttps://youtu.be/nFJfMd18W1gBelow is an adhesive which claims to hold heavy materials and is tested as such.https://youtu.be/dTEycGWgfHEI would like to see you develop a jig that is designed so that if the wood fails it would be in the adhesive joint and not at the jig’s attachment to the test mechanism.Also on your tests is you spray water mist on wood to wood connections the material will cure faster and stronger because the material is moisture activated. This is different than water proof!

  • Joe Fraser
    Joe Fraser   1 months ago

    This channel is just so mesmerizing, I've subscribed and binged watch several videos,in one of the previous video people claimed jb-weld would not hold up in this category... And yet once again it can hold its own and mop the floor...thank you for showing the converted metric values.

  • Fred
    Fred   1 months ago

    i am about to build a layered bench top and will need to adhere the layers together. Have you in the past or will you in the very near future test wood glues and construction adhesives for petroleum resistance?

  • Lee's Channel
    Lee's Channel   1 months ago

    I would like to see how well various glues, cements, sealants, and epoxies hold up to a variety of solvents and temperature extremes.

  • Giovanni V
    Giovanni V   1 months ago

    All glues: i am better!All glues: hold my beerJB: i can hold all your beers.

  • firebirdude2
    firebirdude2   1 months ago

    Wa....wait a minute. What happened to JB Weld at the end???!