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I am installing a plastic type panel that would be used in shower areas as siding on a three season porch. Areas are too small to install siding so I am gluing this panel to osb plywood . Will the climate changes in new England effect how this sheeting will stay adhered?

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Posted 2013-05-16T09:33:41+0000  by chico55 chico55
 

Good question.  I think you might be best served contacting the manufacturer of the product you'd like to use and asking for their recommendations.  It would be helpful if you could tell them exactly what product you plan on using for the shower walls as well.

Posted 2013-05-16T13:23:20+0000  by Adam444

Hello Chico55!

 

New England weather will take a toll on almost anything outside.

 

After reviewing options, PL Premium appears to be the strongest outdoor-rated construction adhesive that matches your application.

 

The manufacturer says, "Use this Loctite 10 fl. oz. PL Premium Advanced Polyurethane Construction Adhesive for indoor or outdoor projects that require a water-resistant, low-VOC adhesive. This adhesive is ideal for humid areas and is compatible with woodwork, concrete, stone, brick, hardwood floors, coated wood, drywall and metal.

  • -Set time of 20 minutes and cure time of 24 hours
  • -Water resistant for use in humid or outdoor projects"
Posted 2013-05-16T13:25:45+0000  by Pat_HD_ATL
 
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