|Name||VinylFix Vinyl Flooring Repair Kit||TileFix Tile and Stone Repair Kit||Professional Hard Surface Repair Kit|
|Flooring Material Features||Chemical resistant,Crack resistant,Moisture resistant,Mold/mildew resistant,Solvent free,Stain resistant||Chemical resistant,Crack resistant,Moisture resistant,Mold/mildew resistant,Solvent free,Stain resistant||Moisture resistant,Mold/mildew resistant,Solvent free,Stain resistant,Water based|
|Flooring Product Type||Patching/Repair||Patching/Repair||Patching/Repair|
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The product is relatively stout for filling a hole and you can seal with clear lacquer.
I believe the filler and color set up fairly quickly but I let it cure overnight before finishing with the clear coat. Happy with the product and results.
Yes, TileFIx Tile and Stone Repair Kit can be used, but only if the damaged area is deep enough for the mixture to be pushed into. If the mixture were applied to a flush surface you would be left with a rise where the repair is applied.
Yes, TileFix is a great solution for Travertine surfaces.
No, unfortunately the high temperatures of the cooktop would affect the durability of the repair.
TileFix is focused on hard, stone like surfaces such as tile, slate, granite and porcelain. CalFlor FL49115CF is a larger kit that includes more formulas and can repair virtually any hard surface including more flexible materials like wood, laminate, WPC & Vinyl. If you have various materials you would like to repair we would suggest utilizing the Hard Surface Repair Kit. For a broken countertop, the TileFix will work great. If you are repairing an outside edge or broken, chipped edge or corner, we would recommend VinylFix as it is slightly softer and thus can withstand a hard blow without chipping.
I used it on my marble hearth, but the crack was made over 30 years ago. I was surprised to find that the edges of the crack were darkened, and no matter how I tried, I couldn't make it look invisible. Also, matching the grain was hard.
I wouldn’t recommend it for filling large gaps in a vertical surface. It has a thin consistency that would likely run or sag. I suggest grout for your situation.
Yes, the Mix2Match TileFix Kit is a great solution for marble repairs, however there must be enough space for the filler to grab to for the repair to be a durable application.
The CalFlor Mix2Match TileFix kit is a great solution for marble floor and countertop repairs for chips and for cracks large enough that the filler can be applied. It can create the same marbling pattern as your marble surface.