I am looking to install some left over stone from a previous project that I have kicking around. I am installing approx. 6 sq.ft. of cultured ledgestone and have used liquid nails to fix loose stones in the past but never to install the stone.
The stone is 4"H x 4-20"w and I will be doing one lower row 4"H and 3 vertical pieces 3'W up to the top row which will be 4"H. It is essentially just framing in my electric fireplace and tv on a wall unit I built. I am not concerned about the weight of it causing it to sag while it dries as it will rest on a ledger strip.
I figure it would be easier to load a tube in a caulking gun then mixing up the mortar and less messy as well. Come to think of it I am not even sure I would be able to fit my trowel into the 3" gaps that easily as well.....
Has any one tried or done this using PL400 or something equivalent?