our signs, along with the prices, are on this website. Most of the signs can be ordered using our shopping cart but there are also order forms to
print and post or fax.
Fixing your sign without screws.
There are times when screwing your sign to the wall is not an ideal solution. We have come across a very powerful adhesive which is easy to use. The manufacturers assure us that it can be used for any of the signs up to 10kg in weight. That covers all our signs except for the larger slate. It is called CT1
For heavy signs there is another product - Power Grab n Bond - This is suitable for signs up to 50kg but can not be used for sealing jobs as well
Unique adhesion on virtually any material in most applications
without the need for additional fixings.
Excellent resistance to chemicals
Prevents bacteria growth
Excellent resistance to vibration
Food safe - conforms to ISEGA Standards
Works in wet or dry conditions
Does not shrink
Can be painted
Contains no solvents
This demonstration file does take quite a while to
download but it is worth waiting for.
If you can't find the products locally we can send out a tube of
CT1 or Power Grab n Bond with your sign at a cost of £14.30
Just email us and we will add a tube to your order.
Once your sign is fixed you can keep the CT1 for up to a year to use on all kinds of household sealing or fixing jobs.
Gorilla glue is very strong and ideal for all signs - it will stick wood, stone, ceramic, glass, metal and most other signs to almost any surface. It is not affected by extreme conditions so can be used in hot sun, freezing snow, or by the coast. It began life as a commercial adhesive and has a working time of twenty minutes.
It is activated by water, so you just dampen the surface and the sign.
It foams up to several times its volume and is perfect for joining rough and uneven surfaces. Take care not to put too close to the sign edges or you will be cleaning away the excess when the foam expands. Follow instruction carefully.
Cost £5.89 for 60ml
For larger heavy stone signs, we would suggest you use Power Grab n Bond
If you would prefer more of an instant grab then use CT1 as shown above.