3M™ PB960 High Strength Polystyrene Adhesive is versatile, high performance contact adhesive designed specifically for bonding expanded polystyrene without damaging the material. It may also be used on a variety of other substrates including fabrics, upholstery, foam, cork, and some plastics.
Ideal for Bonding Polystyrene
3M™ PB960 High Strength Polystyrene Adhesive creates quick permanent bonds on expanded polystyrene without degrading the surface. It can also be used to bond fabrics, upholstery, foam, cork, and some plastics. Its high solids content gives you increased coverage by helping by minimizing soaking into the substrate. It is typically used in construction, specialty vehicle, RV, manufactured housing, and HVAC industries.
About 3M™ Adhesives
3M™ Adhesives are designed to meet the stringent requirements of today’s regulatory and operating environments. This broad line of adhesives include products that meet the most demanding needs of state or federal EPA, OSHA, or local fire regulations. 3M™ Adhesives are the professional’s superior choice for the Woodworking, Furniture, RV and Manufactured Housing industries in the U.S. and much of the world.
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