|Name||547 25 lbs. Universal Patch and Skimcoat||1 Gal. Repair Adhesive||Vortex Leveling System|
|Flooring Material Features||Antimicrobial,Mold/mildew resistant,Rapid setting,Self-Leveling||Crack resistant,Mold/mildew resistant,No mixing required,Rapid setting,Self-Leveling,Water based||Self-Leveling|
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Yes, consistency of both reminded me of white school glue.
fill up the hollow (or empty space) let it overflow just a bit. make sure you put some weight in top for at least 24 hrs.
I have not used the product in that manner, however I believe that it would work well. Please note that the adhesive is fairly viscous. Depending on the size of the soft spot, you may have to use multiple injection locations.
filled my own tubes and all went well
this is for hollow or tiles floors that pop out. Make sure to follow manufacture instructions. used in different places, about 20 tiles per apartment, it works perfectly. all tiles got glued with no problem, It saved me from having to remove and reinstall the entire floor
Product is the consistency of white school glue, so I highly doubt a syringe will supply the pressure needed to force the product beneath the tile.
This is to glue/ or fill up lose or hollow tiles. If you have tiles (ceramic tiles or similar) could work. thanks
Product is water based, and can be thinned. Whether you'll achieve the bonding results desired after thinning, I can't say. Maybe try, and then you could always pull up the tile and fix the traditional way should it fail to achieve results?
Product is the consistency of white school glue, I doubt a frout bag will supply the pressure to spread it beneath the tile.
Not likely, product is the consistency of white school glue.