On the hunt for wood adhesive to hold together your new staircase? Or do your old treads and handrail need a repair?
Our range of stair adhesives has been expertly picked by the Stair Crazy team to ensure you get excellent value for money and a staircase that lasts.
Although screws and nails can do the job, they can often be hard to disguise and require a higher level of patience and expertise to get right. Wood glue is the perfect way of securing staircase parts together with minimal stress, time, or money.
The best part about stair adhesive is the drying time. If you have renovation projects that you just can't wait around for, wood glue can secure staircase parts in no time at all, making them a must-have when it comes to staircase restorations.
We advise you to apply the wood glue and assemble when damp. Clamp together until cured for ultimate hold. If there is any excess, you can wipe it away with a damp cloth before it dries - this ensures a neat finish with no residue surrounding the staircase parts.
If you have any more questions about the selection of stair adhesives we have available here at Stair Crazy, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today. Call us on 01942 365 509 to speak to us directly, or send over your questions to email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
Like with every DIY method, adhesives and screws each have their advantages and disadvantages.
The main benefit of adhesives is that there are no visible fixing mediums, making it the perfect tool if you’re opting for a minimal design.
Adhesive is a fuss-free and speedy approach to staircase renovations. It takes much less prep than if you were to use a screw, as you don’t need as much patience or expertise.
The best part is that you don’t have to wait long for your staircase part to dry.
If you have any further questions on the benefits of adhesive and how it can affect the assembly of your staircase, send them over to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our experts will get back to you as soon as they can.
Adhesive is widely known for being quick and easy to use, but there are a few steps you must follow in order to achieve a clean and secure application.
Firstly, you must make sure that the staircase part you’re attaching and the area around it is clean. Remove any dust and wipe over to ensure a smooth finish.
Apply enough to the part and assemble when damp. Make sure not to apply too much adhesive to the staircase part - having too much wet glue could lead to a longer drying time and leaks down the edge.
Any residue can be wiped up with a damp cloth.
Clamp the staircase parts together for the ultimate hold. Hold in the same position until cured.
Completing these steps ensures a long-lasting effect you can rely on for years to come.
For more information on how to use our range of adhesives, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team today - we’re more than happy to help you out and answer any of your questions.
The strength of wood glue depends on the foot traffic your staircase gets.
Do your kids (or partner) slide down the bannister? Does your teenager love a stomp up the stairs? Or is it the home of coats and bags at the end of the day?
All of these things can weigh down, warp and ruin your handy work.
To maintain the strength of the adhesive, your application plays a huge part. Check out the FAQ above for a step-by-step guide to achieve the perfect application.
Make sure to look after your staircase and check for loose parts regularly.
A bottle of adhesive will retain its strength for around two years, so can be used for future repairs.
If you have any more questions about adhesive and how to use it, give us a call today on 01942 365 509 to chat with us directly.