PVA

PVA is used as a bonding agent for rendering or plastering. Most PVA bonds are multipurpose; meaning it can be used as an admixture for mortar and general use such as glass, tiles, dense concrete etc. 

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PVA

PVA Bond is a multi-purpose product that is used in many building and DIY-based applications. It is designed to bond materials together, with the added benefits of also acting as a primer, sealer as well as an admixture for both plaster and cement when needed.

At Howarth Timber & Building Supplies, we offer a range of PVA options to suit your different needs and materials:

501 PVA Bond. Suitable for:

  • Use to stick wood, paper, cardboard, cork, and textiles
  • An admixture or a bonding agent for mortars, screeds, and renders
  • Primer and sealer for tiles
  • Mix with plaster, wood shaving etc to create an internal filler

Sikabond Waterproof PVA. Suitable for:

  • Internal and external work
  • Waterproofing admixtures and adhesives
  • Use with mortars, renders, screeds, plaster, and brickwork
  • Toughening floors and screeds

SikaBond PVA+. Suitable for:

  • An adhesive, primer, bonding agent, sealer, dustproofer and admixture for building applications including with plasters and concrete
  • Use to stick wood, paper, cork, and textiles
  • Mix with plaster, wood shaving etc to create an internal filler

Febond White PVA The Original. Suitable for:

  • An adhesive for most of the commonly used building materials to bond them to themselves as well as each other
  • To bond screeds and renders to surfaces made from plaster, brick, stone, and concrete
  • An admixture in types of cement or sand and granolithic screeds
  • A sealing coat for plaster, granolithic floor, plasterboards, and concrete renders
  • Not suitable for use with rubber, PVC or polythene

General Purpose PVA. Suitable for:

  • An adhesive for most of the commonly used building materials to bond them to themselves as well as each other
  • To bond screeds and renders to surfaces made from stone, brick, and concrete, including new to existing concrete
  • An admixture in a mortar, as well as granolithic and sand, cement screeds
  • A sealing coat for renders, plasterboards, plaster, and granolithic floors.
  • Purchase online today or contact your local branch for advice and guidance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is PVA glue waterproof?
Unfortunately, PVA glue is not waterproof.
How long does PVA glue take to dry?
PVA glue can be clamped for as little as 30 minutes but takes around 24 hours to cure fully.
What is PVA glue used for?
PVA glue is used for sealing timber, sealing plaster, waterproofing plaster, render and mortar and as a wood glue for DIY and joinery.