Boat Vinyl Flooring Glue

Pontoon Boat Carpet


SKU: V-508
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Pontoon boat vinyl flooring adhesive for felt back marine grade vinyl.

Specifically formulated to work with felt backed, marine grade vinyl flooring. Each gallon covers an 100 sq. ft. or an 8'6" x 12' section. If you try to use less glue than is recommended your glue will not bond to the vinyl and it will come up; create wrinkles, lines or bubbles across your pontoon's deck. 

NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

We will not ship glue if the temperature is under 32 degrees. We will ship once there is a break in the weather and we are able to do so.

Q:  Why do I need to use marine carpet glue?

A:  It is very important to use the proper type of carpet adhesive when you are working with marine-grade, rubber backed boat carpet.  All marine carpeting uses a special weather resistant backing that can be damaged by most harsh adhesives.  If you do not use a glue that is formulated for marine or indoor outdoor carpeting you run the risk of ruining the backing on your carpet.  Harsh adhesives will eat and destroy the back of marine-grade carpeting.  If for some reason you cannot buy our carpet glue be sure that the adhesive you use says for use on marine rubber backed carpeting or indoor outdoor carpet.

Q:  How much marine carpet glue do I need?

A:  Each gallon of glue will cover a 100 square foot area when applied with a medium nap paint roller.  If you have a 16', 20' or 24' pontoon boat you will need 2 gallons of glue. For larger pontoon boats with 25' or more of deck you will need 3 gallons of glue.



Ask a Question
  • Will this adhesive work with the permadeck?

    No. We require the Decking to absorb. Since our Adhesive is water based, it needs to absorb so that it can evaporate and create a bond. 

  • does this adhesive work with different types of vinyl flooring such as marideck vinyl flooring?

    Yes, this pontoon boat vinyl glue will work with mariedek pontoon boat vinyl flooring. 

  • If I were to seal my marine grade plywood deck would this glue be acceptable for use with carpet?

    it is not recommened to seal the  marine grade plywood. This is the same wood used on new pontoon boats and is not sealled. It will last 30 years or more becasue of this special way it is treated. The glue wil work well with marine ply wood but will not if you seal the wood. The glue needs to be absorbed by the wood to creat the proper bond. 

  • Will this glue hold up in a cold climate? I live in Michigan. Boat will sit outside

    Yes, the pontoon vinyl glue will hold up in a cold climate. The thempature just needs to be above 55 degress when installed. After that it will hold up in all termpatures. 

  • Can this glue be used on pressure treated plywood

    Yes. As long as there is no sealer to block the Adhesive from soaking into the plywood so that it can adhere correctly. 

  • Will this glue work with pressure treated plywood

    Yes. As long as the Plywood does not have any sealer on it you will be ok using our Boat Vinyl Flooring Glue.

  • Will this adhesive work on 80 mil tuf deck felt back?

    Yes. This Boat Vinyl Flooring Glue is used with 80 mil Tuf Deck Vinyl. 

  • We recently purchased our pontoon boat. My question is our floor does not have a plywood aluminum or fiberglass floor what type of glue would I need to use on hand

    You would want to use a Solvent Based adhesive. This will give you the results with using those types on Pontoon Decking. 

  • Will contact adhesive work with felt backed vinyl

    This adhesive will work with our pontoon vinyl flooring. If you purchased another type of amrine flooring from someone else I would contact them to check on compatible glues.

  • Will this adhesive work with Infinity Luxury Vinyl (PVC foam backing) and the CCA treated plywood you sell?

    the V-508 glue is exactly what you would need to bond our luxury woven vinyl to our CCA treated plywood decking.

  • what is the best way to apply the glue and how heavy of a coat should I use?

    It is recommened to use a medium nap paint roller to apply the glue. We recommed laying one gallon of glue for every 100 square feet. 

  • Will this product work on OSB type of subfloor such as Advantech?

    This is a water based adhesive. As long as the adhesive can soak into the surface and does not have a sealant on top, you shouldn't have any issues.

  • Is this adhesive ok for aluminum

    No, this is not to be used for any other surfaces other than wood decking. You will need a solvent based adhesive.

  • I have some bad spots in plywood surface can if I patch with bondo what glue can I use

    Yes, only use the Bondo in small spaces and you should have no problems. 

  • do I need to remove the old glue before I spread this out or just smoothed out

    You will want to make sure that you have a clean surface before applying and new adhesive. 

  • What is the easiest way to remove an existing vinyl floor and do I have to put a solvent on the plywood floor before I glue the new floor on the existing plywood

    You will want to use a scrapper to pull up the vinyl. Then, you will want to sand the plywood to create a clean surface. 

  • Will this work with the Infinity brand woven flooring?

    This adhesive will work with most flooring as long as it is being installed onto a wood deck. This is a water based adhesive. 

  • I have permadeck flooring. What type of glue should I use?

    You should be using a solvent based adhesive. Ours are water based and will not work . 

  • Want to patch up a hole, rubber on rubber, will this be good

    No. This is a water based adhesive. It will need to evaporate and will not work as a filler. 

  • is there a solvent to remove the old glue after taking up the original carpet and replacing it with vinyl? Or is it just gonna be good old fashion elbow grease?

    Using a belt sander would do a wonderful job of getting that old adhesive off. It will also take some good old Elbow Grease. 

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