Cork adhesives

In our offer you will find two types of cork adhesives, contact and water. Basically you can use a wall cork glue for gluing cork on floors, walls as well as ceilings or PVC tiles. With water glue raw floor coverings and tiles can be glued with cork (also under underfloor heating). In general cork adhesives are also used for the bonding of unlaminated and unpainted cork wall coverings. So you can use adhesive for example for plates, sheets or rolls. Accordingly we recommend adjusting the amount of adhesive to the surface you are going to cover.

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Adhesive for natural cork – Highest Performance:

Our adhesive was created for the highest performance and durability. Perfect for attaching cork boards, roll corks or cork parquet. Regardless of the project, our adhesive will provide a solid and durable connection.

Thanks to the advanced formula of our glue, we provide strong connections that are resistant to loads and temperature changes. Your floors, walls and furniture will stay strong for years!

Thanks to the special application of our glue, installation becomes very simple. Even if you are not an experienced DIYer, our glue will give you a professional result.

Contact glue or maybe water glue

If you choose our contact adhesive, you will also choose a universal adhesive that will allow you to install our plug not only on a regular plaster wall but also on unusual surfaces such as metal or plastic. However, when using this type of glue, make sure that you are able to remove the characteristic budaprene-like odor.

However, if you want an adhesive that does not emit an odor and after which you can use the room immediately, choose a water-based adhesive (polymer adhesive). It is safe for both children and allergy sufferers. After a few seconds, it bonds to the glued surface by evaporating the water.

Diluting dried cork contact adhesive with toluene

Diluting the contact adhesive with toluene can be used to obtain the appropriate consistency or to facilitate application. However, before starting this process, it is important to follow a few rules:


Toluene is a chemical that can be harmful to health and even dangerous if overexposed. Work in a well-ventilated area, mechanical ventilation is preferred, and use appropriate personal protective equipment such as a mask and gloves.

Dilution Ratio:

Dilution proportions depend on the specific glue and toluene.

Small Sample Testing:

Before diluting larger amounts of glue, test on a small sample to see if you get the results you want.
Use in a Skillful Way:

Use toluene gradually, adding to the glue gradually and mixing to avoid excessive dilution.

Good Application Conditions:

Apply the diluted adhesive in conditions that promote rapid evaporation of toluene, such as good ventilation and moderate temperatures.

Diluting dried water-based polymer glue for cork with water.

Diluting a water-based polymer adhesive is usually practiced using water. Here are the steps you can take when diluting water-based cork glue:

Water Preparation:

Use clean, lukewarm water. Do not use hot water as this may affect the properties of the adhesive.

Dilution Ratio:

Try to add water gradually to avoid over-diluting the glue. Typically, the proportions used are around 5-10% of water in relation to the volume of glue.


Mix the glue and water thoroughly to obtain a uniform consistency

Small Sample Testing:

It is always recommended to test on a small sample before diluting larger amounts of adhesive. This will allow you to check whether you will get the results you expect.

Maintaining the appropriate properties of the adhesive:

Remember that diluting the adhesive may affect its properties such as viscosity and adhesive strength. Therefore, it is important to strike a balance between achieving the right consistency and maintaining the essential characteristics of the adhesive.