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PostPosted: Mon Oct 23, 2017 7:59 am 
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What's best to use to stick this to plasterboard? Is Grip fill grab adhesive ok? This is 2/3mm sheet stainless steel without any board on the back.


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Yes should be fine. I fixed a homemade aluminium sheet just using silicone, it ain't going nowhere. You have a very large surface area to weight ratio, your only real concern is slipping while the adhesive cures so you will need to do some form of propping or a use a combination of glues such as silicone for the main ares and hot melt glue on the corners.



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Thank you, that's good news.


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Most kitchen fitters I've come across use silicone. More flexible than GripFil and pretty instantaneous sticking

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