When choosing a glue for assembly of cork products, it is worth noting not only the price of the product, but also aspects such as the chemical composition of the binder, the reputation of the producer, the ease of application and the security of assembly and subsequent operation. Good, ecological and safe cork adhesive is a 100% guarantee that the cork will be mounted reliably and expertly, and the installation will go smoothly.

  Ready to use

Ready-to-use glue for the cork will definitely facilitate the assembly. It is a kind of dispersion glue, which is distinguished by high bonding strength and perfect adhesion to typical porous substrates, including concrete, plaster, brick, stone and wood. It does not contain harmful chemicals and is completely safe for the environment and human health. After hardening it becomes fully waterproof and non-flammable. What's important, we can also successfully apply it when laying a cork on the floor with surface heating. Due to the high usability and unquestionable decorative properties, cork is an increasingly used element of interior design. With the help of a cork adhesive, we can quickly and effectively mount cork flooring on the wall or floor in any room in our house. On the market, we have a choice of proven, safe and top quality cork glues. You can also successfully assemble all other cork accessories, such as floor, decorative or expansion moldings, modeling plugs or elastic bands.

Gluing the cork

Before gluing, a substrate must be prepared, which must be fairly even, dry and free from grease, dirt and substances that impede the gluing. In the case of highly dusty substrates, they should be primed. The special adhesive for the cork has the consistency of a thick liquid, so it is best to apply it with a velor roller with short hair. The adhesive should be thoroughly mixed and applied with a carefully, even layer both on the underside of the cork, as well as on the glued substrate. The amount of glue should be chosen so as to create a thin, but tight coating. Then leave both surfaces to dry. When the glue becomes completely transparent, you can start gluing the cork with the substrate. You should stick the stopper carefully and accurately, because the adhesive binds immediately at the moment of contact.