The author of this blog used Ultra Quick Grip to adhere several wood panels. Truly, it does the job, providing nearly instant hold without clamping if you can supply pressure for a few minutes. And it does have the lowest odor of any similar construction adhesives this author has ever used.
BUT had this author thoroughly read the fine print on the package, this product should never have been used.
To measure formaldehyde in your household, there is a formaldehyde detector manufactured by RKI Instruments, Inc., which costs approximately $1,000.www.formaldehydedetector.com
WORD OF CAUTION: This blogsite author rented a RKI detector, which did NOT work. After return, Hazco never responded.
Special Note: This blogsite is titled Safer Material List, because an absolutely totally SAFE material probably would not exist.
ON READER COMMENTS: Sorry, while we appreciate all comments received, we will not post those comments or any answers to them. We must protect our email address identity from potential spam and scams. Hope you understand. Also, we have received comments that contain links to other websites and with personal email addresses. Therefore, we have decided NOT to publish any viewer comments.
IF and ONLY IF, you have seen a product that you believe is appropriate for this blog, you are encouraged to forward that information to be reviewed for inclusion in this blog.
Some of you send comments that express your appreciation for this blogger's work to post all of this information. Thanks for those comments!
This blogsite also would be of interest to people who are searching for the following: aerated concrete blocks, allergy, allergens, building, builder, carpet, carpeting, carcinogen, carcinogens, free of carcinogens, carcinogen free, carcinogen-free, caulk, construction, construction adhesives, contractor, contracter, controlling radon, countertop, counter top, DIY, D.I.Y., doors, drywall, epa, e.p.a., fire retardant, formaldehyde, formaldehyde free, formaldehyde-free, formaldehyde based, formaldehyde-based, formaldehyde emissions, formaldehyde in permanent press, urea formaldehyde, phenol formaldehyde, hazardous, hazards, health, healthy, indoor air, household toxins, insulation, kitchen cabinets, latex backed, latex backing, linoleum, Marmorette, mitigate radon, radon mitigation, controlling radon, lung cancer, Multiply Underlayment, MDF, offgas, paint, particleboard, particle board, poison, poisonous, pollution, polluted, pollution sites, pollution hot spots, superfund, primer, radon, radon test, radon test kit, radon reduction, radon zones, remodeling, remodeler, SBR latex, SBR latex backing, safe, safer, sealer, sheathing, stain, suspended ceiling, Talalay latex, toxin, toxins, toxin free, toxin-free, toxic, toxic free, toxic-free, non toxic, non-toxic, non-toxic household products, upholstery, upholstered furniture, volatile organic compounds, VOC, low VOC, low-VOC, zero-VOC, zero VOC.