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[Amazon.ca] Elmer's 60451 All Purpose 397g (14 Oz.) Spray Adhesive $3.91 also at Home Depot

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[Amazon.ca] Elmer's 60451 All Purpose 397g (14 Oz.) Spray Adhesive $3.91 also at Home Depot

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Crap reviews. Good for really light duty stuff it would appear. No permanent bond it seems.
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Funny how Amazon is 4.5 Stars, and Home Depot is 2.5 stars for same product.
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Here to emphasize this ain't hairspray and not to apply it onto any part of your body.

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azn0Richard0 wrote: Here to emphasize this ain't hairspray and not to apply it onto any part of your body.

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Why is this regular priced item a hot deal?
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stimy wrote: Funny how Amazon is 4.5 Stars, and Home Depot is 2.5 stars for same product.
HD only has 6 reviews.
It doesn't take much to skew a rating, and I wouldn't run with the rating of such a small sample.
You always have to look at the quality of the review too, which often is a reflection of the quality of the user.
midget_man wrote: Crap reviews. Good for really light duty stuff it would appear. No permanent bond it seems.
I haven't used Elmer's, but have used 3M 77, which is reportedly superior and a respected product.
For sake of argument, even if Elmer's was just as good, I'd say pretty much the same as above.
This is the type of adhesive it is.
If you need something different, buy something more suitable.
If someone picks the wrong tool for the job, it shouldn't negatively reflect on the tool.

If Elmer's is junk compared to 3M, then I accept that.
Reviews shouldn't just say "low strength" as to expect anything different is naive.

Post It Notes or masking tape have wonderful adhesives for their intended purpose, but hardly high strength.
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azn0Richard0 wrote: Here to emphasize this ain't hairspray and not to apply it onto any part of your body.

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Dammit.

I was about to make a joke about hairspray and glue...

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