Dot and dab soundboard

grounzero

Member
Am drylining a kitchen and have a lot of leftover soundboard from the ceiling and not enough 12.5mm. The walls are done in a textured masonry paint. Will thistle drywall adhesive be strong enough to hold the much heavier boards?
 

johniosaif

Private Member
Am drylining a kitchen and have a lot of leftover soundboard from the ceiling and not enough 12.5mm. The walls are done in a textured masonry paint. Will thistle drywall adhesive be strong enough to hold the much heavier boards?
No harm to add mchanical fixings too
 

Gilbert75

Well-Known Member
Am drylining a kitchen and have a lot of leftover soundboard from the ceiling and not enough 12.5mm. The walls are done in a textured masonry paint. Will thistle drywall adhesive be strong enough to hold the much heavier boards?
Yeah, but I'd blue grit on paint to be safe, but if textured paint, pva properly do.
 

TonyM

Private Member
what do you use when fixing boards, insulated boards to meet fire regs?
Tape?
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