How glue could you use to keep a threshold down?

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Threshold boarders the living room wood floor (keeps popping up) one one side and the tiled kitchen floor on the other.

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  • DebM DebM on Oct 26, 2017
    You could try liquid nails
  • Monique Gobbo Monique Gobbo on Oct 26, 2017
    Try using E600 glue. It comes in waterproof. I'd put it on the screws if you have them and reinsert into the holes or on the flat part of the threshold. Or you can try using those plastic things that they use in walls that you use to hold a screw then screw the threshold back down.
  • Ken Ken on Oct 26, 2017
    I like Gorilla Glue. Does not take a lot and it does foam up as it is curing so you weight the threshold for a few hours. You would not need to worry about it popping up again.
  • William William on Oct 26, 2017
    Threshold should be nailed down with finish nails, countersink the nails, fill the holes. You can use some silicone caulk before nailing. Anything permanent would make it hard to remove in the future.
  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Oct 26, 2017
    GORILLA
  • V Smith V Smith on Oct 26, 2017
    Is the subfloor wood? Could a couple of finishing nails thru the threshold into the hardwood floor side help? Pre-drill holes before nailing, especially if it's oak.
  • Bill Hosford Bill Hosford on Oct 26, 2017
    The living room side is wood. On the kitchen side, it’s tile. It’s only the living room side that buckled (due to A/C problem), that occurred right after buying house.
    Thanks for all your answers. Most helpful
  • Bill Hosford Bill Hosford on Oct 27, 2017
    Thanks everyone