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Glue Dots available from Wilsons

Published: 27 July 2017

The new range of hardware and DIY adhesives from Glue Dots International is now available from Wilsons, Colchester.

 

Glue Dots’ range of double-sided adhesives are said to bond instantly which makes home repairs and DIY projects quick and easy. Ivan Hopkins at Wilsons said: “Glue Dots will glue just about anything you can think of including wood, metal, glass, plastic, drywall, painted walls, cinder blocks, laminates, wallpaper, textiles and paper – so there is no need to buy multiple adhesives to use on different types of surface areas. Glue Dots are mess-free, non-toxic and there’s no shelf life.”

Available in a variety of formats including repositionable and advanced strength making them ideal for almost any DIY challenge. The range is now in stock at Wilsons.

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