Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 120
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by AcrylproHater DO NOT USE FOR TILES LARGER THAN 8" x 8"
I used on 12" x 12" tiles. 10% of the tiles are still loose 3 weeks later. Pay the extra $ for Simpleset mortar or mix your own. This may be good for backsplashes or small jobs, but I do not recommend for any flooring, otherwise you will end up with cracked grout or having to redo job all together. As the saying goes, you get what you pay for.
September 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bobby Works great
Easy to apply.
Sets up fast and great bonding.
Easy to clean up....
April 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Swift Easy To Use
Used the product to apply over older concrete which I had taken off old tile from for a small shower. Also applied to backerboard. Was much easier to use than concrete. Also ended up using it to fill some plaster gaps on the older walls. When filling anything over 1/2", it shrank and needed additional filling like drywall mud. Took some computer camera shots which are not too bad to show fiberglass liner as well as tile placed over prepared wall. Be sure to consider humidity factors for drying. Allowed 24 hours before reapplying myself. Tools cleaned up quickly if done right away.
April 19, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JohnSteel Do not use on any wet area - showers, etc!!!
I have been using this stuff for awhile, since it is all HD carries for acrylic tile adhesive these days. Recently I had tiles on a shower I finished four months ago start separating from the concrete backer board. There was a tiny flaw in the grout and water seeped in. It utterly dissolved the adhesive. In twenty five years of installing tile I have never seen anything like this. From that one tiny crack over two square foot of tile was no longer attached. I removed all the tile where the adhesive had dissolved into a gooey mess. The good news is that the "adhesive" washed off with water. After setting for FOUR months!
Yet another product where HD has sought out the lowest bidder, quality be damned. This stuff should be immediately removed from the shelves - but it won't be. I wish I had read the reviews before using this junk, but heck, it is tile adhesive, I foolishly presumed it would meet basic standards for rated use.
Like everything in the big Orange Box, caveat emptor!
September 15, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 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
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Builtmany NOT FOR FLOORS
Anyone that attempts to use this for flooring is a amateur. It does not matter what the label says it is NOT for floors. The product does not dry hard like cement and will undoubtedly fail for flooring. There is not a single professional tile installer out there using anything other than THIN-SET for floor tile. Also you are not saving a single dollar with this because a 50 lb. bag of thin-set makes more product to set more tiles than this 3.5 gallon bucket and costs the same or less. This product works great for kitchen back-splashes or other areas that don't get wet or walked on.
November 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DettmerDesigns1 Great Product ( Tile Contractor)
This product should only be used for back-splashes or tile install over green board. Has never failed me
January 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bill 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