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ajcamlet

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Green Glue
« on: September 19, 2006, 12:14:18 pm »

Anyone have any experience with this stuff?

http://www.greengluecompany.com/

Ethan Winer

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Re: Green Glue
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2006, 02:56:42 pm »

> Anyone have any experience with this stuff? <

No direct experience, but I've heard nothing but lavish praise from many people I trust.

--Ethan

Tom C

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Re: Green Glue
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2006, 03:04:42 pm »

From the the specifications (Working Time, Cure Time, Viscosity,...)
it looks like they have invented bath/kitchen silicone (which is
in fact a nice glue but probably less expensive).
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Re: Green Glue
« Reply #3 on: September 20, 2006, 06:04:59 pm »

I am building a Mastering room and Post room with the stuff. I had to order 15 cases!!
This stuff is nasty if it gets on anything. One thing that I was surprised about is that it's almost a liquid coming out of the tube. I had nightmares of trying to squeeze a high viscosity glue from 200 tubes!
I'm using 2 tubes per 4 x 8 drywall panel. When you use this, you don't need many screws on the second layer. If you mis-place the panel, don't even think about trying to move it.
Good Stuff!!

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Bruce
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Re: Green Glue
« Reply #4 on: October 12, 2006, 01:35:12 pm »

Well i tried this stuff on a problem wall in my control room. I added another two layers of 5/8ths sheetrock to an existing single layer.  the glue went between the 2nd and 3rd layer.

So for a week later i can say that this stuff does seem to do what it claims-- and it seems to be increasing as time goes on.  Manufacturer says full attenuation in 30 days.

However- it *is* very messy, kinda pricey,  and in hindsight is probably better applied thru some other method that Caulk tubes since its closer to a liquid that to caulk.

i'll report back after 30 days to see if, indeed, the cure time is as they say.

alan
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