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3M™ Super 77™ Super Spray Adhesive

3M™ Super 77™ Super Spray Adhesive
MSDS Sheet
3M 77 MSDS



3M™ Super 77™ Multipurpose Adhesive is an extremely versatile, fast-drying adhesive that bonds a wide range of lightweight materials. Its fast, aggressive tack and low soak-in make it ideal for projects all around your home or business. It forms strong bonds with everything from paper, cardboard, fabric and cushion foam to plastic, metal, wood and much more.

If you can think it up, 3M™ Super 77™ Multipurpose Adhesive can probably glue it down.

Common Uses:

  • General decorating and crafts, including wreaths, silk flower arrangements, models and many other projects
  • Home improvement and repair projects
  • Attaching fiberglass insulation and drywall corner beads
  • Bonding thin films, foils and fabrics
  • Scrapbooking, picture framing and mounting presentations (photo safe)

Aerosol cans can be shipped by UPS Ground only.
Price each
PhotoSKU DescriptionPriceQuantity
 77 Aerosol CanN/A 

Tips and Techniques

Use at room temperature.  
3M™ Super 77™ Multipurpose Adhesive works best at room temperature (60°-80°).   

Keep it steady.
A light but thorough coating works best, and two coats are much better than one heavy coat.
  
Keep your distance.   
Hold the can upright about 6" to 8" from the surface to spray. Spraying too closely can wet the surface and cause puddling, which can extend drying times, weaken the bond, and affect the look of the finished project.   

Right is right.
Try to hold the can as upright (vertical) as possible. This will ensure that the adhesive sprays evenly on the surface. Holding the can horizontally, particularly when the can is nearing empty, may cause uneven coverage.
  
Protect from overspray.   
Remember to protect surfaces from overspray. Just use an empty cardboard box, mask off surfaces with tape or paper, or cover the work surface with newspaper or other disposable material.   

Start off. Finish off.
For the most uniform coverage, always start spraying from 2" to 3" off of the project's surface on one side and finish spraying 2" to 3" off of the project's surface on the other side. Be sure to protect surfaces from overspr

Wait 30 seconds.
Wait approximately 30 seconds after spraying before attaching the surfaces together. This allows the solvents to evaporate and improves the bond strength.

Save the nozzles.
Nozzles can get clogged. To combat this, try soaking clogged nozzles in turpentine or mineral spirits to loosen the adhesive. Also, save good nozzles from empty cans to use as replacements.

Avoid bubbles.
A good way to help eliminate trapped bubbles when gluing surfaces is to apply pressure starting from the center of the material and then carefully working outward.

Purge the can.
To extend the life of the can of 3M™ Super 77™ Multipurpose Adhesive, turn it upside down when the project is complete. Spray into a safe location (like an empty box) until the glue 

Removing overspray.
Adhesive overspray is always better prevented than removed. But several common solvents can help clean it off, including mineral spirits, turpentine, citrus-based cleaners or 3M™ Adhesive Remover. Be sure to follow proper precautionary measures when using solvents!

    On hands, apply baby oil, cooking or vegetable oil, followed by soap and water.
    
On furniture, use a furniture polish.
    
On fabrics and carpet, first remove as much glue as possible with masking tape. Then dab the surface with a cloth dampened with one of the solvents listed above. 
    Or spraythe surface directly with 3M™ Adhesive Remover or a citrus-based cleaner.

Always test solvents and cleaners on inconspicuous areas of fabric or carpet first.

When using solvents, extinguish all ignition sources, including pilot lights, and follow the manufacturer's precautions and directions for use.