Forum Title: Peach glue for sheet vinyl
Will 630 work for sheet vinyl flooring? It's some skinny Armstrong stock vinyl that a shop sold to a customer. The material feels pretty durable even tho it's pretty thin. They sold the Peach glue because it's a lot cheaper than the Armstrong. This job has seams in the kitchen doorways leading to a hall, and into a dining room. I'd like to we set it. I recall using Peach glue on another installation years ago but for a different product.....possibly IVC that time, I don't remember for sure, but it was a thicker product than what I'm working with now. That other installation was done letting the adhesive dry first. That installation had no seams. I made a small test patch last night before I left the job. I smeared a thin film of Peach glue on a scrap piece of underlayment and immediately layed the material into it and placed a light weight on it so that it would stay flat. I didn't have time to wait around and babysit the material.
Category: Flooring Post By: LENA HIGGINS (Pontiac, MI), 02/04/2019

For what it's worth, I'm installing new 4x5 underlayment over everything. I'm wondering if I should try to swap out the two gallons of 630 for a gallon of 288. The 288 is a lot more expensive. I have close to a gallon of Tarkett Q-bond which would probably be enough to finish the job.

- LLOYD LITTLE (Lauderhill, FL), 04/11/2019

High you cant use a latex based glue on these plastic/fibreglass backings as it makes the vinyl go yellow I only use an archylic based glue on the vinyls I lay these days

- PEDRO VALDEZ (Weston, FL), 04/23/2019

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