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Fix-A-Floor

Model # FIX010

Internet # 204775851

Store SKU # 1000052051

10.1 oz. Repair Adhesive

$9.97 /each
  • Will not crack or lose its bonding power
  • For use with a standard caulking gun
  • Can be used for small or large DIY projects

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Model # FIX010

Internet # 204775851

Store SKU # 1000052051

Fix-A-Floor is an extra strength repair adhesive customized for the specific use of re-bonding loose and hollow tile, marble, stone and wood flooring without removing or replacing. It’s fast, easy and affordable. DIY - just drill and fill.

  • Elastomeric properties allow for the adhesive to never crack and loose its bond
  • Predrilled 1/8 in. tip allows for filling small holes in narrow grout lines, marble and wood flooring
  • Additional cut lines on tip marked for 3/16 in. or 1/4 in. or any size as needed
  • Dries within 24 hours
  • Easy clean up with sponge and water, dries clear
  • Guaranteed for the life of your floor
  • Works great on small or large problem areas
  • Non-toxic, non-flammable and eco-friendly
  • Great DIY project, see how-to videos
  • Designed to work with a standard caulk gun
  • Fix-A-Floor repair adhesive has super bond strength of 130-135 psi
  • Fix-A-Floor is very fluid: 1800-2700 mPa.s 25°C/77°F
  • Keep tubes from freezing before use
  • Please call 1-800-774-5982 if you need assistance

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Container size (qt.) 
10.1 
Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Details
Color Family 
Clear 
Commercial / Residential 
Commercial / Residential 
Floor/wall use 
Floor 
Flooring Product Type 
Flooring Adhesive 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Product Weight (lb.) 
.85 lb 
Product type 
Adhesive 
Returnable 
90-Day 
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Manufacturer Warranty 
“Fix-A-Floor Worldwide, Inc. is 100% certain you are going to love this product! Fix-A-Floor wants to make sure that you are completely happy with our product and your experience. This is why we offer a full, no fuss 100% money back guarantee or product replacement if proven defective. Thank you for choosing Fix-A-Floor!” 

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Will this product work?

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April 12, 2014
I have two ceramic tiles in the kitchen that creak when walked on... Will this product fix the creaking noise?
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January 12, 2015
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Yes, I fix a lot of loose tiles with this adhesive.
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December 23, 2014
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yes, it's meant to be used with ceramic and porcelain tile like on a floor or back-splash. There is a U-Tube video on the instructions, just google Fix-a-floor repair adhesive.
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December 18, 2014
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Just try Elmer's glue. If I didn't know better, I'd swear this product is the same thing. Takes forever to dry and adhesion didn't take for me.
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November 29, 2014
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see my review under CalltheMan. I highly recommend the product if you have hollow tiles. Follow the instructions and look at my tips. It works great.
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July 1, 2014
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Nick-- Watch the video , on U-tube , follow the directions and you'll see, it works. Make sure when you cut the tube it fits tight into your drilled hole, that ensures that the material will flow into and under the tile. Good Luck, Lefty
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yes, I'm a novice and it worked for me. watch the video on youtube and do what they do.
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June 10, 2014
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It has worked on our tiles and was easy to do. Just follow the video and we bought a small bit to drill the holes at the sides of the tiles, being careful not to crack or break the tile. Brushed away the grout that had been drilled out and stuck the tube into the holes with a caulking gun and pushed as much of the Fix A Tiles adhesive as possible. The longest time was the 24 hours of letting the stuff Read More
It has worked on our tiles and was easy to do. Just follow the video and we bought a small bit to drill the holes at the sides of the tiles, being careful not to crack or break the tile. Brushed away the grout that had been drilled out and stuck the tube into the holes with a caulking gun and pushed as much of the Fix A Tiles adhesive as possible. The longest time was the 24 hours of letting the stuff cure. We put big buckets of water on the tiles and left them the full 24 hrs. The stuff at the side dried clear and was easy to clean up. We cleaned up the excess before we put the buckets on the tiles and only used a damp sponge and water. The stuff reminds me of Elmers glue as it has the same consistency and dries clear like the glue does, but there is so much more and the ad. says it will last a lifetime. Good thing to do BEFORE your tiles crack and break, then you will have to replace them. Read Less
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Mesa, AZ
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June 3, 2014
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I had three kitchen tiles that were almost completely hollow and one that rocked when you stepped on the edge. If you have missing grout in an area don't try to squeeze the adhesive there, drill a hole elsewhere and watch for it to reach the area with the missing grout. Just be sure to put a weight on the tiles and this product will fix them. I can recommend this product without hesitation.
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April 15, 2014
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Yes , provided the creaking is from lack of adhesion to sub floor and not the sub floor itself. Also, my problems were near a grout line and not in the center of a tile.
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April 13, 2014
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If you apply it right, you should have no problem except satisfaction. It really works great.
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Hobe Sound, Florida
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April 12, 2014
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Yes, Absolutely! The creaking or crunching noise you are hearing is the thin set crumbling and breaking down under the tiles. If not fixed eventually the tiles will become loose and detached. Fix-A-Floor will work beautifully and eliminate the creaking sound, guaranteed!
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Can I use this with cracked/crumbling grout?

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My grout lines are already crumbling around the lose tile (I can vacuum up bits of grout). Can I just clean out the grout line and inject this? I'm afraid it won't build up enough pressure to get under the tile. Or, should I re-grout the tiles, let the grout fully harden, then install the adhesive?
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Phoenix AZ
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December 20, 2015
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I had some small cracks in the grout and it worked fine...actually repaired the cracks, Someone mentioned putting painters tape over the grout to keep it from flowing out to fast. If grout is missing I would repair the grout first.
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if the grout is cracked because the tiles are loose, this will solve the problem. If the grout is cracking because it's old or wasn't installed correctly (too much water, for instance), then it won't help that. Scrape out the old grout with a 5-in-1 tool, and use Polyseal siliconized grout in the appropriate color (Home Depot sells this). It installs with a cauliking gun. It's flexible, so any future Read More
if the grout is cracked because the tiles are loose, this will solve the problem. If the grout is cracking because it's old or wasn't installed correctly (too much water, for instance), then it won't help that. Scrape out the old grout with a 5-in-1 tool, and use Polyseal siliconized grout in the appropriate color (Home Depot sells this). It installs with a cauliking gun. It's flexible, so any future movement will not crack it. Use the Fix-a-Floor to take care of any loose tiles or hollow spots, and the Polyseal for grout, and you'll NEVER have a grout cracking issue again. Btw, the Fix-a-Floor needs to have grout squared away before applying, or it will coming pouring out wherever there's any gaps. Read Less
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I had missing/crumbling grout about the length of 6 tiles. I drilled/applied through holes on the nonmissing sides. Worked fine.
If your grout is missing from all 4 sides of a tile I would think you can just lift the tile, apply adhesive, and set back into place. Actually, I would have preferred to have had that situation. Would have been much faster and cleaner.
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I did this in 3 steps: (1) I removed the badly-cracked grout, because it was already breaking up....easy to do with a vibrating tool with a grout removal grinder, a Dremel caulk remover bit or a small screwdriver (be careful, or you will chip the tile). (Normally this is a 2-step process, but I was concerned about the vacant area underneath the 5-ft wide wall, so I used a wire clothes hanger to determine Read More
I did this in 3 steps: (1) I removed the badly-cracked grout, because it was already breaking up....easy to do with a vibrating tool with a grout removal grinder, a Dremel caulk remover bit or a small screwdriver (be careful, or you will chip the tile). (Normally this is a 2-step process, but I was concerned about the vacant area underneath the 5-ft wide wall, so I used a wire clothes hanger to determine the depth of the vacant area). I filled this vacant area first, THEN I re-grouted the entire area. (2) The next day, after the grout was dry enough to drill, I drilled several holes in the grout and used the product to fill the hollow areas. Once an area is filled, it will probably start oozing out of another drilled hole. You probably won't be able to fill every hollow spot, but this product works well. There will still be the white adhesive showing in the drill holes. (3) Wait until the next day, and this white stuff should disappear as the adhesive dries underneath, and you can then replace the grout in the drilled areas.
IF your grout is not cracking, just drill holes and go from there... Read Less
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March 4, 2015
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Yes, but it is harder to get it to go under the tiles. It needs to flow under the tiles, so you can put a bunch on the grout joint and let it run under the tile.
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You're probably right about the pressure. If the tile is still partially adhered to the subfloor, it might be worth re-grouting and then trying to apply the product as shown in the Mfrs. on-line video.
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hi Matt,
i would apply the adhesive first,the reason is that you would be able to see the groves direction from the thinset under the tile and you can start pumping it into the groves all aroud the tile.
this adhesive is very thin and runs out very quickly,also if you get it into the groves,you can use up a tube very quickly.
once you apply it and it comes out on the opposite side , move on to another
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hi Matt,
i would apply the adhesive first,the reason is that you would be able to see the groves direction from the thinset under the tile and you can start pumping it into the groves all aroud the tile.
this adhesive is very thin and runs out very quickly,also if you get it into the groves,you can use up a tube very quickly.
once you apply it and it comes out on the opposite side , move on to another grove.
you can regrout after the tile dries after a day.
another thing, if the grout is coming out easily and the tile is shaking very badly, i would try removing the shaking tile , replace it with a new one .
if there are no cracks on your tile, do try the adhesive first!
its less work and do hold very strong.
take care
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Fix-A-Floor is used to bond tiles again to the floor.
It has nothing to do with grout, which is what your situation calls for.
Tile adhesive and grout are two entirely separate materials, so I'd recommend to only use grout. The only time you'd use this product is if the tiles are loose.
If they are not, remove as much as the old loose grout as possible and re-fill the grout joints. Grouting is always Read More
Fix-A-Floor is used to bond tiles again to the floor.
It has nothing to do with grout, which is what your situation calls for.
Tile adhesive and grout are two entirely separate materials, so I'd recommend to only use grout. The only time you'd use this product is if the tiles are loose.
If they are not, remove as much as the old loose grout as possible and re-fill the grout joints. Grouting is always done above the tiles, and this product wouldn't do the job at all.
For grout joints wider than 1/8" thick, you will need to install sanded grout. For thinner joints, apply non-sanded grout.
To see how to grout tile properly, refer to the link below for step-by-step instructions.
http://www.homedepot.com/c/how_to_grout_tile_HT_PG_FL
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How can I use this product for 1/16" gap between tiles?

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The gap between the ceramic tiles in my kitchen floor is very narrow, around 1/16", can I use this product to inject into the grout hole of 1/16"?
Otherwise can I easily squeeze this product and fill it in a syringe with thin head (1/16") to inject to the small grout hole? Is this product more like a liquid glue or tooth paste?
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This is definitely most like liquid glue (white, but drys clear). I did use a syringe on my project, I did make the hole larger than 1/16 on an inch. It took some pressure to push the glue through, but it worked, and I was thrilled with my results. Hint you will need to fill the needle with a caulking gun very often, remember to release the pressure on the calking gun, and keep it pointed up, or you will Read More
This is definitely most like liquid glue (white, but drys clear). I did use a syringe on my project, I did make the hole larger than 1/16 on an inch. It took some pressure to push the glue through, but it worked, and I was thrilled with my results. Hint you will need to fill the needle with a caulking gun very often, remember to release the pressure on the calking gun, and keep it pointed up, or you will have a mess. Read Less
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NO, you would not be able to get a good flow unless you have a thin tube you can attach to the tip of the product. 1/4 inch works best.
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I also had a very small grout line probably 1/16, def less than 1/8. You would have to carefully force the tip against the hole that you drilled. Some of the product will likely spill out, just maneuver it at slightly different angles as you're squeezing the caulking gun until you find a good spot where it's going under the tiles and not coming out up top.
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I wouldn't recommend it, unless you are willing to drill a 1/8" hole which will cause slight damage to the tile. The tip of the plastic applicator is about 1/8" at the smallest point.
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Unfortunately the product can't be used in this way. It would be better if you remove the existing grout between the tiles and regrout.
This product performs at its best when there is a gap/void underneath the existing tile.
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the syringe will definitely work, This liquid flows out very quickly.
one more thing, drill lots of holes, if you pump in the liquid and it comes out quickly,it means that its not going through under the tiles, so having lots of holes,you'll sure to find one that the liquid go through and your shaking tile will be fixed. You know and feel the the difference when the liquid is going through.
good luck.
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January 27, 2015
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Yes, if the tip is to large you can use a syringe to inject the adhesive we have customers doing that all the time. The adhesive is very fluid like milk will work great.
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Can this help with tiles that have popped up?

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I saw your product demo on Pinterest.
We have a section of ceramic tiles that have popped up during a freeze because there was not enough thin-set used. They are still attached to surrounding tiles and are creating a bubble in the flooring. Can this product be used in this situation?
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If they pop back into place with less than 100 pounds of weight on them, I see no problem once filled in. Beyond that, I don't know.
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October 6, 2015
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yes. Works very well. Watch the video. I used it in my bathroom myself after my contractor said he would not remove the tile because he was worried about making more tiles loose.
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That is the actual purpose of the product. If the tiles are completely loose and can be pulled up, I would apply the product to the bottom of the tile and floor to assure a good bond. working through drilled holes may require you to do it twice if you do not get a good product flow. If you can remove the thinset and reapply, it would be a lot cheaper.
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Yes! It is ridiculously awesome for this. I had the worst situation imaginable, with almost an entire 7'x7' area of 24x24 porcelain tiles coming completely loose. This made the floor rock solid, way better than it was when the tiles were installed several years ago. I used 10 tubes for that, so don't think one tube will be enough, unless you just have one tile loose.
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June 1, 2015
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Yes, you can use Fix-A-Floor to re bond those "tented" tiles. Be sure to place a weighted object (not too heavy) to hold the tiles down & keep in place while drying for 24 hrs.
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May 31, 2015
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Yes, this product will help with that.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 179 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing I was very skeptical about this product, but due to desperation I gave it a try. The product promise seemed a better alternative than replacing my entire floor. My upstairs master bathroom had about 6 loose tiles. In fact, a couple of them were so loose that chunks of the grout had broken out. The tile was about 4 years old and looked good. The problem was that I did not have enough spare tile to do a tradition loose tile replacement. This product performed flawlessly and now I have an intact stable floor. Thank you Fix-A-Floor! May 12, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor premise to begin with... If you have ever replaced loose tile the conventional way, you know the surfaces need to be clean and dry before you start troweling the thinset. There is a reason for this. With Fix-a-Floor, you're basically injecting the adhesive into a cavity filled with debris and dust, in the hope that it will stick to something. This defies conventional wisdom in working with any adhesive. But, it got decent reviews (scratching my head over this one) and I thought I'd try it, as I figured that I'm still injecting mass under the tile. I ordered two tubes for a job and regret it. I followed the directions and ended up making a mess of my Cox caulking gun and the floor. When drilling the holes, you have to hope that you're gaining access to the cavity. Sure, it's easy to locate the loose tile, but how do you know you're drilling into FULL access to the cavity? No way to tell, and none of what I injected came up through other holes like the video tutorial. Additionally, in applying pressure on the trigger to inject, the back of the tube popped and made a sticky mess of my caulking gun and everything else. On the upside, it cleaned up off the floor easy. Next time, I'll fix it the right way. PULL UP THE TILE. May 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job The product worked as advertised, which is a huge relief because I didn't do a perfect job on the tile. I had to order the product in through my HD store and it took 4-5 days to get in. The application of the product is easy especially if you follow the video instructions. However, it is still a bit tricky to find the right locations to drill the holes in the grout. One other issue is the strength of the spout- the video instructs you to create a seal between the nozzle and the grout, and I found the nozzle bent over quite easily. However, I was able to get the product to flow from one hole to the other, and the tiles are now tightly bonded to the subfloor. March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hopefully, no more cracked floor tiles! Excellent product. Was trying to resolve a problem with shoddy workmanship by a tile contractor. After several years the tiles were shifting and then cracking. I would then have to replace the whole tile. Overall had to dig out and replace 4 tiles so far. I was quickly running out of spare tiles and thinking I was going to have to tear the whole floor out and start over again when I stumbled upon this product. As my last hope, I ordered two tubes. I just ran a test about a week ago on two areas with movement under the tiles. 24 hours later - no movement - yahoo! I just ordered a case to fix remainder and any others that loosen in the future. I will update if I see that the repair is not holding up. So far so good! NOTE: You can go online to youtube to see demo of product and instruction. Also it took a whole lot more adhesive then I thought to make repairs. Averaged one tube per each 2' square area. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Thank you Fix-A-Floor!!! This product fixed my hollow and loose tiles just as advertised! A little messy, but my floor is now rock solid. Saved me hundreds $$$ Awesome! Thank you! Highly recommended. May 11, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by might work Did not work like the video. If the old adhesive is not all put on it the same direction or is tight around the edges the glue won't go in. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tile floor repair This product completely solved my loose and bond failure problem. I was convinced the final remedy was tearing out the floor but tried this as last resort. All the tiles are now solidly bonded. Check out the companies application techniques and various Utubes May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked Great ! I had several loose tiles is a high traffic portion of my kitchen. I really dreaded tearing them up and redoing. Because they just barely were loose where it sounded like you were stepping on sand. I bought three tubes and crossed my fingers. I injected them per the you tube video, they took the glue , but be prepared to relieve the pressure before you pull them from the injection hole. Even if you relieve the pressure you will still have quite a mess. It has the consistency of Elmers glue. We waited 24 hrs without stepping on them and wella a solid fix ! I would recommend this product most definitely! March 29, 2016
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