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Liquid Nails is now available in a latex-based formulation that is friendly to the environment, the user, and foam insulation. The non-toxic adhesive is guaranteed not to melt rigid insulation panels like many conventional panel adhesives do. It reportedly has no odor and cleans up with water. A sample of edge-glued 1/2-inch Baltic birch plywood sent to us by the manufacturer was difficult to break apart although the bond didn't seem quite as strong as the bonds of some solvent-based formulations. Nevertheless, it would probably work well for glue-nailing subfloor. We also looked at the adhesive bond between two pieces of EPS foam. The bond failed easily but the adhesive would still work well enough to hold foundation panels in