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Wakol Flooring Adhesive On 5" White Oak Flooring

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Wakol Flooring Adhesive On 5" White Oak Flooring

Has anyone used Wakol Adhesives before? Im planning on having 5" White oak installed at my home using the glue & Nail. Specifically looking at the WAKOL MS 260
Wood Flooring Adhesive, firm-flexible

Im also open to suggestions / best installation practice for installing 5" white oak.

And Yes, I bought a Lingo moisture meter and there are within 2% of each other.
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