Fantastic! Thanks, I'll pick some up tomorrow and give it a try.I use Liquid Nails Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive with very good results. Some of my stuff is going on 6 years and holding like new.
Ugly Joe, thanks for the field test knowledge, this is really helpful. What I am hoping to do is create a styrofoam sheet roof for my new, 2009 Cider Shack. The old Cider Shack is build entirely out of lumber and is too heavy to move -- especially with the roof attached. So, I am going to rebuild the Cider Shack with wood sides and posts, but with an ornate, styrofoam rooftop (with a 1x2 support skeleton beneath.)Just another couple cents worth...
Liquid Nails is great if moisture will be getting to the glue...and it holds foam together - both the styro as well as the extruded.
Sadly, it's hard to cut and shape...so if it's in the way of your carving, you'll need to work around it.
LEARNED SOMETHING NEW TONIGHT!!I used to be hardcore for the Liquid Nails, until last season. I used white beaded foam for my walls- used the LN to secure it. It soaked right through the foam, and carved out HUGE impressions on the backside, ruining the wall. I've never seen it do that before- but this foam was more poroused than the pink foam.
So I would say if it's Pink/Blue foam- LN is fine. I am going to be trying silicone caulk this season my my tombstones tho- seems to be the way to go...
Sorry I haven't responded sooner, but my experients with pink foam tell me Liquid Nails will work just fine. The Liquid Nails seems to react to the white, pill styrofoam. Pink and Blue are denser and do not seem to react negatively.Does liquid nails work good on the pink styrafoam, and not dissolve it?