501 PVA by Everbuild has excellent adhesive properties making it a tremendous general-purpose glue for;
- Stick Paper
This list only includes some of the various materials that receive excellent adhesive connective properties from the 501 PVA.
Other applications of this product include being an admixture for mortar, screeds and renders. It makes a fantastic bonding agent for screeds and renders that you're trying to connect to awkward substrates, and it works brilliantly as a primer and sealer for tiling applications. Finally, you may use this as an internal filler when mixed with wood shaving, plaster and similar purposes.
Prepare the surfaces by removing any contaminants that can hinder this product; this includes loose debris, dirt, dust, grease, oil and similar impurities.
Suppose your intended surface for this product is fairly porous, such as old concrete, plaster, plasterboard etc. You should dilute this product with 4 parts water to seal the surface.
501 PVA is suitable for bonding plaster, and cement renders/repairs compounds. To correctly bond plaster, the product should be undiluted and brushed directly onto the surface you intend to plaster. Once it's applied, you should apply the plaster before the PVA emulsion dries. This process will create a substantial bonding strength that will meet the requirements outline in BS5270.
To cover small areas, use the 501 PVA with an equal amount of water mixed with it and add this to the mortar or concrete mix. This will improve the cured concrete's adhesion and flexural strength, similar to conventional PVA bonding agents.
Dilute this product with 3 parts 501 PVA to 1 part water and brush directly onto the surface you intend to coat or repair. Afterwards, apply a standard concrete mix before the emulsion dries.
Use this product neat to bond wood applications together. It has been tested in a laboratory and shown strength similar to conventional PVA bonding agents.