Rated 3.1 out of 5Â by 58
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Kace Works Great !
I use this product for most of my wall tile jobs. No problem even on large 12"x12" tile. Most people that complain about it need to READ THE DIRECTIONS ! Use for wall tile (wet or dry areas) and floor in non wet applications. Not good for glass tile, use thin set for that.
March 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by hippiechick Good product for tileing
Great tile adhesive and worked very well with my tileing project, easy to use and tiles went up easily.
September 16, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by tiler Stay clear of this so called adhesive
Only use this product on Sheetrock walls if used anywhere else expect up to 2 weeks drying time and even then there is no guarantee that it has cured. I have used this product on 2 occasions and in both cases had to re install the tile. On the first occasion i pulled the tiles up that I had installed 5 days prior and the adhesive was still as wet as the day It was layed. I was told by Home Depots contractor desk that it must have been a bad batch! I wish I had read honest reviews before giving it a try a second time, but let me tell you guys they will not get me a 3rd time........ EVER. Steer clear of this product and with the amount of very poor reviews maybe somebody at Home Depot will decide to stop stocking this in stores.
August 8, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by VanL Took a week to dry - Garbage Product!
I used this in a total bathroom restore. The floor tiles still could be moved around even after 5 days! it should be solid as a rock after a day at most. This product is simply garbage and will cause nothing but headaches with schedule and possibly having to re-tile. just stick to the powder mix, it is much better and stronger not to mention cures when it is suppose to.
August 27, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by MikeStan Pretty good ceramic tile adhesive for the wall
I liked the ease of install of tiles using this product and, like many other reviewers, found that it took forever to dry compared to mortar mix. I actually think that for my remaining projects, I will stick with mortar even though it is messier and harder to deal with (IMPO) for the DIY'er (pros are expensive for a reason, it seems).
BE SURE TO BE CLEAN DURING YOUR INSTALL - unlike mortar, dried/slop AcrylPro does not clean up well without scraping and if you're not completely dry, you will be moving tiles.
November 12, 2013