|Brand||Bondera||Custom Building Products||Henry||Armstrong|
|Name||Tile Mat Set 12 in. x 10 ft. Backsplash Roll for Tile||AcrylPro 3-1/2 Gal. Ceramic Tile Adhesive||314 Ready Set 3.5 Gal. Premixed Mastic Adhesive||S-750 4 Gal. Resilient Tile Adhesive|
|Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.)||10||200||175||1200|
|Flooring Material Features||No mixing required,Rapid setting,Solvent free||No mixing required,Premixed||Moisture resistant,Rapid setting||Solvent free,Water based|
|Location||Interior wall||Bathroom,Countertop,Floor,Interior wall,Kitchen Backsplash,Shower,Tub surround||Countertop,Floor,Interior wall||Floor|
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If it has been stored in a relatively cool place (55F - 75F), it should be fine.
Please refer to Mapei AquaDefense's installation guidelines to ensure AcrylPro Ceramic Tile Adhesive will comply with their systems warranty. Typically, waterproofing membranes will require a polymer-modified mortar. For further assistance please contact us at 1 800 282 8786 option 2.
It depends how thick you make it. Also, don't use this product. Read the reviews, about a third of the reviews are from people who had to rip out their entire tile job because this mortar never dried (myself included). Run away from this product.
Tile size and what you are mounting them on will play the biggest role. I wouldn't use this over any type of cement board, for any type of tile over about 4" in any dimension, or in areas prone to water like a shower. This material is air setting and dries, it doesn't chemically cure. This means larger tiles will take forever to adhere in place. About one in three of the reviews for this product are from people who had to rip out their entire tile job because the product never dried - myself included. After a month i ripped up my floor because this material never dried. If you're installing small tile in dry areas over drywall you're probably ok, anything beyond that run away from this product. Mix up the powder in water mortar and you'll be glad you did. The powder and water mortars are chemically setting and don't have the issues of premixed mortars which need to dry.
I do t recommend that. There is a special product for it. Check with the associate at hone depot. They can refer you the right product.
This adhesive is strong. It may hold in the ceiling. I used it on the basement floor with porcelain tile.
Yes, worked fine for my bathroom. Also used it on my Kitchen floor.
I wouldn't. This material takes forever to dry which may cause you problems. I also doubt this is rated for elevated temperatures. Mix up the powder and water mortar and you'll be glad you did.
The surface is non-absorbant on tile. Usually, it is applied on backer board or sheetrock which have a more absorbant and rougher surface than tile. The way this works, it is probably not a good idea. It may not hold the tile firmly enough onto the existing tile in order for it to set up and the bond would be weak. I would not recommend it.
It should it sticks to cement board.