How To Apply Woodubend
How to WoodUbend
What You Need
- Wood glue (any type)
- Heat gun or hair drier
- Your WoodUbend moulding
- Kitchen Roll (in case things get messy).
Step One - Heat your WoodUbend – depending on the size and thickness of your mould this could take a few seconds to nearly a minute.
TIP: - even if you think you are sticking WoodUbend to a completely flat surface we ALWAYS recommend heating before application.
Step Two - Apply The Glue – using a small tipped brush, apply the glue, an average amount is fine, not too much to create over spill once stuck down
FACT: - We always use a wood glue as it adheres best to the moulding and consolidates with molecular structure of WoodUbend.
Step Three - Press the Moulding against the area that you want to apply it to. Using some pressure, press the moulding holding down around the contours, you may need to introduce a heat gun if the moulding has cooled down from Step Two.
Hold the moulding in place, until cooled, as a general rule the moulding takes equally as long to cool down as it does to heat up!
TIP: wipe away any excess glue that has spilled out. It is easily wiped away using a baby wipe, kitchen roll, cotton buds or even your fingers.