Model # CPQT

Internet #100115970

Store SKU #148635

Store SO SKU #1002365579

Custom Building Products LevelQuik 1 qt. Latex Primer
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Custom Building Products

LevelQuik 1 qt. Latex Primer

  • Prepares surfaces for self-leveling underlayments
  • Improves adhesion
  • Seals porous surfaces
$747 /each
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Product Overview

  • Prepares surfaces for self-leveling underlayments
  • Improves adhesion
  • Seals porous surfaces
When preparing surfaces for LevelLite or LevelQuik self-leveling underlayments, use Custom Building Products LevelQuik 1-qt. Latex Primer. This primer and sealer seals porous surfaces and improves the bond of underlayments. Can be used for interior and exterior applications.
  • Suitable substrates include concrete, masonry, plywood among others
  • See technical data for suitable tile types
  • Use of this product may contribute to LEED certification
  • 1 year product warranty

Product Overview

  • Prepares surfaces for self-leveling underlayments
  • Improves adhesion
  • Seals porous surfaces
Model #: CPQT
Sku #: 148635
Internet #: 100115970

When preparing surfaces for LevelLite or LevelQuik self-leveling underlayments, use Custom Building Products LevelQuik 1-qt. Latex Primer. This primer and sealer seals porous surfaces and improves the bond of underlayments. Can be used for interior and exterior applications.

  • Suitable substrates include concrete, masonry, plywood among others
  • See technical data for suitable tile types
  • Use of this product may contribute to LEED certification
  • 1 year product warranty

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Name LevelQuik 1 qt. Latex Primer LevelQuik 1-gal. Latex Primer MBP - Multi-Surface Bonding Primer 1 Gal.
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Flooring Material Features Rapid setting Rapid setting No Additional Features
Flooring Use Type Tile Tile Tile
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Width (in.)
3.125

Details

Color Family
White
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Flooring Material Features
Rapid setting
Flooring Product Type
Primer
Flooring Use Type
Tile
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year product

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Width (in.)
3.125

Details

Color Family
White
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Flooring Material Features
Rapid setting
Flooring Product Type
Primer
Flooring Use Type
Tile
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year product

Questions & Answers

What is the official timeframe to apply leveling compound from the time Primer dries?

What is the official timeframe to apply leveling compound from the time Primer dries?
Asked by: DBP
I'm guessing you've found the answer to your question by now, but this might help other people who have the same question - it's from this product's information sheet: "Application of Product Apply with a stiff push broom. Apply a thin, even coat; do not allow puddling. Allow to dry to a clear film (1 to 3 hours, depending on ambient conditions and dilution) before applying an appropriate Custom® self­leveling underlayment. Highly porous concrete surfaces may require a second coat of diluted primer."
Answered by: Sheila
Date published: 2017-07-07

Should I use this on spackel recessed wall/plywood recessed wall?

I AM PLANNING TO INSTALL MARBLE SPLASH BACK AND TILE SURROUND INTO FORMER BATHROOM MEDICINE CABINET AREAS (2 AREAS). I CURRENTLY HAVE SPACKELED THE ONE BATHROOM CABINET AREA (POWDERY, NOT GOOD FOR LAYING TILE), AND PUT PLYWOOD INTO OTHER RECESSED MEDICINE CABINET AREA IN ADVANCE OF LAYING MARBLE, GLASS AND STONE TILE INTO THE RECESSED AREA BETWEEN STUDS. QUESTION: DO I SIMPLY APPLY THIS PRIMER OVER THE SPACKLED/SANDED CABINET AREA, AND THEN WORK ON LAYING MARBLE TILE WITH MY LATEX-MODIFIED THINSET? DO I ALSO SIMPLY APPLY THIS PRIMER OVER THE PLYWOOD BOXED AREA BEFORE I THEN LAY TILE OVER IT? IS THERE ANOTHER STEP REQUIRED BEFORE LAYING THE TILE? (I CANNOT USE BACKER BOARD BECAUSE I DON'T HAVE WIDTH FROM BACKSPLASH TO OUTSIDE OF WALL TO DRIVE IN A 1" NAIL INTO BACKBOARD).
Asked by: Zhenya
Thank you. Just to confirm, you don't think I need to put a sealant down first over this spackel? See the photo below. Can the thin set adhere strongly to spackel? Zhenya
Answered by: Zhenya
Date published: 2015-11-06

Can you tell me how much area a quart covers? Trying to figure out how many to buy and can't find the info

Asked by: Eric
Most of the questions on here about this product are answered in the product's information sheet. Go to "Product Overview" and click on "Specifications." The very last page tells you that the quart size covers 750 sq. ft. and the instructions tell you to mix it with water - period. It does not, of course, tell you how much water, so that information is most probably on the bottle. Not the best or most efficient way to sell a product, but there you go.
Answered by: Sheila
Date published: 2017-11-06

I have the quick leveling primer it is blue ive let it dry for two hours n the color is still blueish is suppose to be clear when it is dry ?

Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
Asked by: Steve
I think they mean "transparent" when they say "clear". I just yesterday had the same question after letting the primer dry on plywood for three hours. It was definitely dry, but I could see the blue color too. I decided it was like "clear" blue glass and applied the self leveling mix. It worked fine. It's now 24 hours since I primed and I can still see the blue tint of the primer where it was not covered with leveling mix.
Answered by: ToolmanTim
Date published: 2017-04-29
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Customer Reviews

LevelQuik 1 qt. Latex Primer is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super easy to apply and appeared to help Our concrete basement floor was painted, with a latex paint (we think - previous owner painted). We applied this primer before applying the self-leveler and it went on very easy without incident. It is a milky white to start with and much thinner than paint. I like that it was milky white because you can see where you have put it. The first time, I used a roller on a long handle and a roller pan. The second time (we had to do our underlayment in phases) I just poured it on the floor and used the roller to spread it around. Considering the amount of money we invested in the underlayment, I wouldn't risk installing it without this relatively inexpensive primer.
Date published: 2015-09-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall simple prep product This is the required primer to use with levelquik self leveling product. It was very straight forward to apply and it was easy to track where it was put down as it was applied.
Date published: 2013-09-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use Rolled on floor wth pint roller. Allowed 3 hrs to dry before applying quick level custom rs.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WORKED GREAT GREAT COVERAGE, EASY TO APPLY. WORKS JUST AS ADVERTISED.
Date published: 2014-09-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seems to work I cleaned the floor and brushed on the LEVELQUIK primer. I let it dry overnight and poured the self-leveling compound. I guess it worked as advertised... How can you tell?
Date published: 2014-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seems to be a good product Used this under self leveling floor mix and also under shower pan mud. Haven't had any issues with bond. Not sure what would happen if you didn't use this stuff, but is recommended. Kinda expensive.
Date published: 2016-07-19
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