- Heat-resistant, water-dispersed adhesive bonds a wide range of lightweight materials
- Provides professional, industrial strength for demanding applications
- Offers a pebble spray pattern
- Bonds paper, cardboard, fabric, insulation, plastic, metal, wood and more
- Non-flammable in its liquid state
- Repositionable while providing long-lasting strength
3M™ Fastbond™ Foam Adhesive 100NF was designed to be an extremely versatile, heat-resistant adhesive that bonds a wide range of lightweight materials. Its postforming, permanent bond provides fast results. The spray formula has a pebble spray pattern, is fire-resistant in its wet state, is easy to dispense and, when not being sprayed, can be applied directly by using a brush or roller.
The Glue that Holds the World Together
3M™ Fastbond™ Foam Adhesive 100NF has remained a staple in 3M’s portfolio of unique adhesives considered by many to be necessary at the factory. Recognized worldwide, this spray adhesive has demonstrated its reliability in countless applications. For many, “getting the job done” is just a spray away.
Our 3M™ Fastbond™ Foam Adhesive 100NF has a medium tack as well as high temperature resistance. High-solids content supports its low soak-in property, giving you time to time to reposition that which ultimately needs to stay in place. This attribute also provides higher coverage than competing spray adhesives and helps create soft, non-dimpling glue lines. The combination of medium tack, strong bond and clean appearance, paired with its high-temperature resistance, make it ideal for foam and fabric where flammability is a factor.
- Foam and fabric bonding
An All-Around Adhesive
3M™ Fastbond™ Contact Adhesive 100NF is capable of forming strong bonds and works well bonding foam to plastic, metal, wood and much more. 3M™ Fastbond™ Foam Adhesive 100NF is CARB compliant and eligible for LEED® credits. This spray adhesive has been proven to work well for projects of all sizes.
Unlike any Glue
When 3M™ Fastbond™ Foam Adhesive 100NF was designed, we aimed to overcome the obstacles faced when applying the existing high-temperature glues on the market. By inventing what can be considered a unique “spray glue,” 3M was capable of providing a self-contained adhesive solution that saves both time and money.