Boat and Outdoor Carpet Glue
This stuff worked good for me.
I am currently in the process of putting in new boat carpet. I'm using this product and it is working great. It dries to an almost rubbery texture which is great for waterproofing my boat. I also like that it dries dark gray, which happens to be the color of my carpet.
June 9, 2010
carpet & glue
I added bass pros premium carpet to my Lowe Rough Neck aluminum boat a week ago. I was a little nervous at first but was surprised at how easy it was. I have to admit that as a guy I tend to do the project first and then read the directions. I cleaned the boat and cut the carpet to fit. A pair of scissors worked better than the box cutter I started with. I peeled the carpet back and spread the glue onto the rubberised back of the carpet with a 4" wide scraper. I pushed this into place and worked my way to the other end of the boat doing about 2 to 3 ft at a time. I love the look, feel, and lower temperature of my boat. Around here 110 degrees is pretty common and this has extended my time on the water by a couple hours/day. I recommend this to anyone putting carpet in an aluminum boat
July 29, 2011
Not enough glue
I ordered one gallon of the carpet glue from the catalog which says it will cover 200 sq. ft. I had to order another gallon to finish the carpet in my 19'6" 1984 Bullet Bass Boat which I purchased new. This is my second major make over on my boat but first time using Bass Pro carpet and glue. Waiting for my order to arrive so I can finish and get back on the water. Also bought the med grade carpet in gray and so far really like it. Just not enough glue.
June 21, 2011
i found this to be a good carpet adhesive. i recarpeted a 16' sea nymph with pro shop carpet and this adhesive. a little thicker than some others i have used, but this made it easier to trowel out. tacks well and grips well. coverage was about half what they stated, but i did have alot of lids and side strips, so order an extra pail.
September 8, 2010