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DAP DynaGrip Advanced Subfloor Adhesive Video Review


DAP DynaGrip Advanced Subfloor Adhesive makes some pretty bold claims – particularly the ability to work on wet, frozen, and treated lumber. When DAP told us their new DynaGrip Advanced Subfloor Adhesive could be applied at near-freezing temperatures, we decided to have a go at it.

I needed to work on some subfloor repair following the discovery of an electrical installation that isn’t up to code (read: bonehead move by the installer).  After giving a couple tubes a night in the freezer, I brought the DAP DynaGrip Advanced Subfloor Adhesive up to finish the work. I live in Central Florida and while some of you still remember the last snow, it’s been in the mid-90’s for a couple weeks here. So the only way to test the freezing claim is to artificially create the condition.

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As it turns out, even freezing the tubes didn’t stop the adhesive from flowing. It really is easy to gun in cold temperatures. Not only did it flow smoothly from the tube – it got rid of any hint of squeaks from this section of 3/4-inch plywood flooring.

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DAP DynaGrip Advanced Subfloor Adhesive Key Features

 

  • High-strength, weatherproof bond prevents floor squeaks and improves structural performance of subfloor assembly
  • Bonds wet, frozen, and treated lumber
  • Excellent adhesion stands up to extreme weather conditions
  • Easy to gun, even in cold temperatures

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DAP DynaGrip Advanced Subfloor Adhesive Specifications

Recommended Use

  • Subfloor
  • wood to wood connections
  • glued floor systems
  • deck installation

Not Recommended For

  • plastic
  • foamboard
  • mirror installation
  • constant water exposure
  • non-porous materials
  • applications other than subfloor and deck installation

Adheres To

  • Plywood
  • OSB
  • Enhanced OSB
  • Metal
  • Masonry
  • Concrete
  • Wood
  • Treated Lumber
  • Dimensional Lumber

Other Specs

  • Application Temperature: 0 – 120 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Service Temperature: -20 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Shelf Life: 18 months
  • Skin Time: 15 minutes
  • Cure Time: 7 days
  • Certification: Meets or exceeds ASTM D3498, AFG-01
  • Tested in Accordance with: PFS certification
  • 10.3-Ounce Coverage: 1/4″ bead – 32 linear feet, 3/8″ bead – 14 linear feet
  • 28-Ounce Coverage: 1/4″ bead – 86 linear feet, 3/8″ bead – 38 linear feet

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