A: DRYLOK® Etch is a sulfamic acid - Check the glazing kit manufacturer's requirement. Our product focuses on masonry prep and cleaning for DRYLOK® projects.
A: Tara, we do mention on the DRYLOK® Etch label to keep away from glass as it will damage/etch it. Arts and crafts products intended to etch glass projects are typically a paste type material, ours is not when properly mixed with water. I don't believe you will get consistent results using this product, but you can always try. We do not test this item for that purpose. Be sure to follow all safety guidelines as noted on the label, data sheet, and MSDS.
A: Ken2 - Absolutely. I've mixed partial amounts many times over the years. General Cleaning/Removing efflorescence: Dissolve 1/2 bottle (6 oz.) of DRYLOK® Etch in 1/2 gallon of warm water using a plastic container. Etching bare concrete to prep for floor coatings: Dissolve 1/2 bottle (6 oz.) of DRYLOK® Etch in 1 quart of warm water using a plastic container. Hope that helps - Please review the label or Product Data Sheet for additional information at https://images.thdstatic.com/catalog/pdfImages/e8/e8b604a5-58da-4b01-a3e6-f67579c345bc.pdf
A: Michael - DRYLOK® Etch can be used as a cleaner and then rinsed but you should use a bonding primer for the tile prior to applying the finish coat. The Etch will most likely not etch the ceramic tile but will help remove any dirt, excess grout, etc. A high quality bonding primer will be the best method for your application. Thank you for your question.
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