Which 3M Spray Adhesive Is Strongest?

The last thing you want to do is purchase an adhesive product that won't live up to the project at hand.

3M Super 77 Multipurpose Adhesive

Spray adhesive bonds materials together in arts and craft projects.Spray adhesive bonds materials together in arts and craft projects.
Choosing a strong adhesive takes some research and recommendations. The 3M company is based on developing products used in everyday life using the most recently updated scientific technology. 3M created a line of spray adhesives that bond together different types of products.

The 3M Super 77 Multipurpose Adhesive is the strongest adhesive made by 3M. This adhesive holds together products such as paper, cardboard, wood, metal, plastics, fabric and much more. The product dries quickly and doesn't soak into the materials. This adhesive is useful in home repairs as well.

3M Hi Strength 90 Spray Adhesive

Most useful when bonding decorative laminates to tables, shelves and walls is the 3M Hi Strength 90 Spray Adhesive. According to the Compleat Sculptor, this product is twice as strong as the Super 77 when bonding arts and craft materials. It comes with a variable valve which allows a 1- to 4-inch spray pattern. It also bonds polyethylene and polypropylene to wood and metal products.

3M Photo Mount Spray Adhesive

Use the 3M Photo Mount Spray Adhesive for mounting photographs. This product does not stain the photographs, and, when applied to one or both surfaces, creates a strong bond that will hold permanently. This adhesive is ideal for scrapbooking projects.

3M Spray Mount Artist's Adhesive

Recommended for bonding lightweight materials is the 3M Spray Mount Artist's Adhesive. This mount adhesive gives you the option of lifting the items up and moving them to a new location. It does not leave stains or flaky residue when the object it relocated.

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