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Organise your garage by installing some racking onto the walls. Perfect for storing surfboards, scooters or even your garden tools! 

Kyal shows us how using Selleys Hold Up which is the perfect solution if you are nervous about drilling into your brickwork.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced
1 Hour

What You Need

How To

Step 1

Step 1

Cut the tip of the Selleys Hold Up cartridge and screw on the supplied nozzle. Load into a high quality caulking gun

Important: Make sure surfaces are clean, free from grease, girt and grime. Before applying on a painted surface, make sure the paint is in good condition & not flaky, peeling, or loose as the final bond may be compromised

Step 2

Step 2

With the v-notch of the nozzle facing upwards, apply adhesive on one surface in long vertical beads approximately 5cm apart

Step 3

Step 3

After applying the adhesive, press surfaces together firmly, ensuring the adhesive spreads

Step 4

Step 4

Make sure the rack is level – you’ll have 15 minutes until the glue sets.

Products

Selleys Hold Up

Selleys Hold Up makes mounting, bonding and sticking tasks easier! Forget screws, nails or clamps.

Selleys No Mould Silicone Sealant

Selleys No Mould Silicone sealant creates a long-lasting waterproof seal that prevents mould growth. Suitable for use in humid and damp environments, it’s ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, laundries, showers, tiles and plumbing fixtures. For interior use only. br>
*Sealant will be waterproof and shower ready in 1 hour after application in showers. The semi-cured sealant must not be touched until fully cured (at least 48 hours)
*To maintain your sealant properties, ensure you regularly clean off any soap scum and dirt as these encourage mould growth
*Not suitable for aquariums, food or drinking water contact, permanent immersion in water, or metals other than aluminium and stainless steel. Not suitable for PE, PP, PTFE and some rubbers. Pre-test on other surfaces for compatibility.
Suitable for - Ceramic, Glazed & porcelain fixtures, Aluminium, Plastic laminates, Some rubbers, Glass, Stainless Steel


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