Measuring, cutting and gluing: what you have to consider
Basically, working with the strips and profiles made of hard foam is very easy. In particular, of course, if you take the opportunity to pre-cut the corners or mitres already fit. In this case, the slightly more demanding miter cuts are eliminated, which can make work much easier for newcomers. If you have any further questions, please use our contact form or, of course, we will gladly help you on the phone at +43 676 5702585.
In addition, when measuring you should make sure that there will always be a certain amount of waste for the profiles to be attached, so a bar in addition can not do any harm.
Of course, cropping is the hardest part of the job. This is all the more true if miter cuts also have to be made. Here you should definitely resort to a miter box or a Winkelschmiege that make the sawing or cutting the required angle cuts with a fine-toothed metal saw significantly easier.
Before the appropriately cut strips and profiles are glued to the wall or ceiling, the position and fit should be checked again. This is the only way to avoid mistakes - and mistakes mean that, in the worst case scenario, the job in question must be re-tailored.
When attaching and gluing , it's not just about the right glue, we recommend the stucco glue "ADEFIX", but the required amount should be generously calculated in advance. Generous because it is better to have some stucco glue left behind than to run out in the middle of or just before the end of the work. Nothing is more annoying than having to stop in the middle of the workflow. Here are the ready to use filled cartridges "ADEFIX" the best solution. This is not only easy to use with a cartridge press, you can also dose the amount of stucco adhesive very finely and individually.