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Super 77 Spray Adhesive


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Model # 202580 | Mfg # 21210

Product Description

Quick and easy spray application

Strong, translucent adhesive for bonding most materials, including paper, cardboard, fabric, fiberglass, cork, felt, metal, wood, glass, polystyrene foam, foam rubber, plastic sheeting and films. 16.75oz. can covers 163 sq.ft.

  • Formulation: Low-VOC aerosol contact adhesive
  • Attaches foils, carpeting, foam, paper, cardboard, felt, cloth to base material
  • Quantity: 16.75oz. aerosol can


Super 77 Spray Adhesive

Capacity 24 Ounce Aerosol Can
Color Clear
Cure time 1 Hour
Material Contact


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3M Super 77 Spray Adhesive

(based on 4 reviews)

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Great for fixing your car headliner

By bryan

from Puerto Rico

Comments about 3M Super 77 Spray Adhesive:

pretty good but dont let your car in the sun too much


seems like a new formula came with the new can

By Kris

from Atlanta, GA, United States

Comments about 3M Super 77 Spray Adhesive:

I noticed the new design on the can about 2 months ago but it seems along with that came a new formula- I glue papers together with this product and have been using it for years but now in the last 2 months the glue is not holding. The papers are coming apart- unhappy customer!!!


Ruined artwork

By Not a happy customer

from Undisclosed

Comments about 3M Super 77 Spray Adhesive:

Just ruined a piece of artwork using this product. It is NOT transparent!


Works exceptionally well

By Ma Deuce

from Austin, TX

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  • Easy to Use
  • Sticks well


  • Cleanup
  • Messy

Best Uses

    Comments about 3M Super 77 Spray Adhesive:

    This is an outstanding adhesive. I use it for just about anything that I used to use contact cement for. Great for affixing labels, bandsaw tires, sanding disks, just about anything using paper, rubber, metal, or wood.

    Overspray can be tough to clean up. Acetone works well. If you get it on your hands, it can be very difficult to remove.

    The nozzle will clog with repeated use. Turning the can upside down and spraying until no adhesive comes out helps, but they still eventually clog anyway.

    Great stuff, I can't recommend it enough. What these guys ask for it is obscene, however; you can get three cans at the big box vs. one here.

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