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Pattex Construction Adhesives has launched a new product that sets free the ambitions of budding home DIY enthusiasts. No More Nails Click & Fix from Pattex neatly sidesteps all the disadvantages traditionally associated with construction adhesives. Previously, construction adhesives proved messy, or they dried out, or simply wouldn’t stick to the surfaces home users needed them to. Home users, particularly those seeking solutions for light mounting jobs, were also put off by the fact that classical glues required them to keep holding the item until it adheres to the wall. The fact that they weren’t conveniently packaged for easy everyday use also kept them out of the hands of light DIYers.
Click & Fix comes in a pre-dosed mounting glue applicator which is perfect for fast, simple mounting jobs around the house. And anyone can use it: no tools needed. Because it’s pre-dosed, you get the right amount and make no mess. Using it is as easy as a stamp – simply press until you hear the click. Click & Fix is also highly versatile. It works under any condition, indoor or out, hot or cold, wet or dry. It also works on a huge variety of surfaces, including brick, ceramic, wood, hardboard, plasterboard, stone, concrete, metal, glass and tile.
Use it to do anything from hanging picture frames and mounting shelves to wall decorations and hooks. It also makes other, more challenging home DIY tasks, such as mounting ceiling lights, curtains and flower pots, an absolute breeze. Click & Fix works outdoors, too – think anything from house numbers to mailboxes, planters and outdoor lighting.
Its high instant tack means that Click & Fix holds instantly, no need to wait. It remains flexible for a few minutes, just long enough for you to do the necessary straightening and adjusting. The world of DIY is now accessible to anyone!
SOURCE: First Published on Leading Architecture & Design
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