What kind of glue for a quick fix

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I bought backsplash peel and stick for my kitchen , took a break and continued the next morning when I saw that the edges were coming up. Oh no! this can't be happening. This was supposed to be easy. Help Me!!

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  • Dysko7710 Dysko7710 on Feb 24, 2018
    I have heard some people have used liquid nails to help these stick.
  • Archie Archie on Feb 24, 2018
    Construction adhesive will do the job but be sure you tape off where you don't want the glue. It won't take much.
  • Lisa House Lisa House on Feb 25, 2018
    Clear silicone has worked for me.
  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Feb 25, 2018
    I Like each of these products, but the important part may be to find a way to hold the tile sheets to the wall until the adhesive bonds. Big books like dictionaries and textbooks may work if you don’t have a little ledge; if you do, you could use thin books to fill in the ledge width, and bigger books as the main brace. You may be able to clamp a yardstick to cabinets to hold the tile sheets in place. The adhesive needs to cure at least a day before it’s left alone. It should last for years that way. ☺️
  • Itsmemic Itsmemic on Feb 25, 2018
    I use LOCTITE POWER GRAB construction adhesive for everything !!! It's awesome..E6000 sucks.
    • Susan Susan on Feb 26, 2018
      I tried the Liquid nails and found that the best one was the clear Loctite. The Nails was not clear so the areas that needed to be glued were along the edges, clean up was much easier with the clear. Thank you
  • Itsmemic Itsmemic on Feb 26, 2018
    I do Steampunk art...tiny intricate things and some very heavy..Loctite has never let me down. And it's called POWERGRAB for a reason :) I hold my item for a few seconds then it's all good. :) SO happy to help. NOt only that..but Liquid nails etc..is SO toxic and the smell is overwhelming...loctite is not and is easily removed from fingers and edges. I use a toothpick:)