Available Sizes: 10 fl. oz., 28 fl. oz


The temperature of the adhesive, the surfaces and the working area

must be between 0°F (-18°C) and 100°F (38°C). For smooth, fast,

easy application during cold weather, store adhesive at room

temperature (70° ± 5°F) 24 hours prior to use. Ensure surfaces to

be bonded are clean, dry, structurally sound and free of dust,

grease, oil or other contaminants.To increase adhesion, sand

glossy surfaces to a dull finish. Pre-fit all materials prior to applying

product. Cut off tip of cartridge at 45° angle to desired bead size.

For exterior applications, the recommended bead size is 3/8′

(9.5 mm). Puncture seal inside of nozzle.


Apply a continuous zigzag bead to one surface to be bonded. Apply

theadhesive at a rate so that the materials can be positioned and

fastenedwithin 10 minutes. All projects may require support until

adhesive has cured. It is recommended that all foot traffic stay off

of paver stones or retainingcaps for at least 24 to 48 hours after

installation and heavy traffic for approximately 4 to 5 days.

For Landscape Blocks:
When installing the cap onto the final course of landscape blocks,

apply a 6.3 mm (¼’) bead approximately 5 cm (2′) in from the front

and 5 cm (2′) in from the back of the cap to be installed.

For Concrete Paving Stones:
Apply an ‘S’ shaped bead approximately 6.3 mm (¼’) to 9.5 mm

(3/8′) in diameter to the back of the stone to be installed. If using

old concrete, clean with a 20% hydrochloric acid solution.


Clean tools and uncured adhesive residue immediately with

acetone or mineral spirits in a well-ventilated area to the

outdoors. Cured adhesivemay be carefully cut away with a sharp-edged tool.

Recommended For:

Use on Metal

Use on Brick, Stone, Slate, & Concrete

Use on Block wall caps

Use on Timbers, & Wood

Not Recommended For:

Use on plastics

Use on Applications over hygroscopic salt-treated wood, such as

Zinc chloride treatments; these substances attract, absorb

and retain moisture.

Use on Foam board insulation

Use in Continuous water submersion


Available Sizes: 10 fl. oz., 28 fl. oz


Inspect substrate to be sure it is structurally sound with no spalling,

cracking or scaling. For ultimate adhesion, surface should be clean,

free from dirt, oil and grease, excessive water, ice or any other

material. If cleaning is needed, prepare surface with SureClean

Deep Penetrating Multi-Use Cleaner. Rinse thoroughly and let dry

before applying SB-10 Paver Bond. Before application, inspect

pavers or stone to ensure they are smooth, flat and of the same

height. Because of SB-10 Paver Bond’s quick set uptime, dry fit

all pieces to be adhered prior to applying SB-10. Ensure proper

drainage so that water does not collect or drain into adhered



Cut nozzle to desired size and puncture inner seal. Apply a 1/8” to

3/8” bead of SB-10 Paver Bond using a caulking gun. On most

applications, apply SB-10 Paver Bond in a ‘S’ shape. Where there

is a potential for moisture infiltration such as but not limited to

concrete overlays on an existing step or sidewalk, apply multiple

lines of SB-10 Paver Bond running in the same direction as the

flow of drainage. Set in place and tamp gently with a rubber

mallet to compress the adhesive. Positioning and aligning

should be done within 10-15 minutes of application.


Use mineral spirits or chlorinated solvents following

manufacturer’s instructions and precautionary information.
Recommended For

Concrete and clay pavers, steps, coping systems, seat walls,

retaining walls and caps, columns and caps, outdoor kitchens,

masonry and brick, natural and manufactured stone, and slate.

Also bonds to other building materials such as treated lumber,

aluminum foil back sheathing, gypsum, fiberglass and

composite decking materials.

Not Recommended For:

Do not use below grade, where water is always present or

where there is direct contact with fire.


​PL Premium
Available Sizes: 10 fl. oz., 28 fl. oz


Use above 40°F (4°C). Surfaces must be clean, dry and free of frost,

grease, dust and other contaminants. Pre-fit all materials and

protect finished surfaces. If using cartridge format, cut nozzle at a 45°

angle to desired bead size and puncture inner seal. Be very careful

not to allow Loctite® PL® Premium to cure on a finished surface.


Apply adhesive to one surface of the material being bonded. Press

the surfaces firmly together. Materials may be repositioned within

45 minutes after applying the adhesive. If bonding two non-porous

surfaces (such as foam, metal and fiberglass), add water in the form

of a very light or atomized spray from a plant mister bottle to the

extruded adhesive. The repositioning time will then be reduced to

less than 30 minutes. Use mechanical support for 24 hours while

the adhesive cures.


Clean tools and uncured adhesive residue immediately with mineral

spirits in a well-ventilated area to the outdoors. Remove cured

adhesive by carefully scraping with a sharp-edged tool.

Recommended For:

Bonding most common construction materials such as wood,

treated wood, hardwood flooring, concrete, stone, marble, slate,

masonry, brick, foam insulation of all sorts, carpets, metal, lead,

cement-based products, ceramic, fiberglass, drywall and mirrors
Not Recommended For

Polystyrene, polyethylene or polypropylene

Plastic Tub Surrounds

Certain materials such as rubbers and plastics may have

bonding difficulties; test before use

Water submersion applications