|Product Width (in.)||2 in|
|Color Family||Clear||Commercial / Residential||Commercial / Residential|
|Flooring Material Features||Crack resistant, Mold/mildew resistant, No mixing required, Rapid setting, Self-Leveling, Sound absorbing, Water based||Flooring Type||Bamboo, Ceramic, Cork, Engineered Hardwood, Porcelain, Solid Hardwood, Stone, Tile, Vinyl|
|Location||Countertop, Floor, Interior wall||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||“Fix-A-Floor Worldwide, Inc. is 100% certain you are going to love this product! Fix-A-Floor wants to make sure that you are completely happy with our product and your experience. This is why we offer a full, no fuss 100% money back guarantee or product replacement if proven defective. Thank you for choosing Fix-A-Floor!”|
A: You could, but this is more for re-attaching loose tiles without removal. If you’re tiles are being pushed up from below, you need to fix the cause of that first or the repair will not be permanent.
A: I would suggest that if you plan to lift the tiles and reattach them, there are much cheaper ways to do it than with fix-a-floor. This stuff is designed to be squirted into holes you drill in the grout line--then you add weight to get the tile back down level. Clean up is easy, it's water soluble while still wet but it's gorilla tough when dry and it works, If the plan is to remove the tile and recement and then re-grout it, then use what the tilers use, thin set and new grout.
A: You could, but probably better off and easier if you used a modified thinset.
A: My use was on rigid ceramic tiles that wobbled. It did work for them. The product is similar in appearance to Elmer’s Glue.
A: Yes 100%. Be sure to place slightly weighted object to keep tiles in place for 24 hrs. while they dry.
A: Yes, but it is a tedious process. I actually had a section like this. I removed ALL the grout at those locations and then added the Fix-a-Floor a little bit at a time in the bottom between the tiles until I noted it flowing into the "channel" openings under the tiles (it can be helped a bit with a piece of plastic or used/fake credit card). The key is to get at least some of it up under the tile. Do not fill to the top side of the tile though because the new grout will need to be applied later and adhere to the tile. I actually used a grout removal tool to remove any fix-a-floor residue from the top sides of the tiles so that the grout would adhere to the top sides of the tiles.
A: Use vaccum to suck the loose pieces and dirt out and the Do the grouting first and then let it dry and follow the instructions of this product to apply. Btw, i used this product on my kitchen tiles in 2016 and still holding good. Not tiles movement. In fact, saved my tiles from cracking. Big porcelain tiles.
A: Inject it under the tile, then re-grout when dry. Keep squeeze out to minimum to leave room for grout. You usually drill an injection hole in grout, so may be better to re-grout first or tape gaps to contain adhesive & force more under loose tile.
A: Hi Clink, This product is for hollow spaces under the tile. It is like a liquid plastic that fills those hollows and stabilizes the tile to prevent cracking or loosening. It is not a grout replacement.
A: I pump the adhesive in , some area still need to remove the grout and re-grout ( HD sell the Grout remove tool )
A: We used this product as directed on Tile to Concrete and it worked perfect - have had no problems of tile popping or loosening. I have no experience using it on wood.
A: Yes, test in a small area first to ensure desired results. Thank you
A: Probably not. It worked well for a few weeks, then the grout lines cracked and it sounded hollow again. I wouldn't waste my time with it again.
A: I used this with some loose ceramic tiles on a concrete subfloor with a pre-existing layer of vinyl tile . It is basically self leveling with the consistency of Elmer's white glue . After one year , I'd have to say the adhesive is performing exceedingly well under normal foot traffic conditions . Mine took over 24 hours to cure ; but , that's not really an issue in my book . In my opinion , I believe it would work with engineered wood .
A: Not sure about your question. We used it under tile, and it stuck fine to the thinset and concrete under the tile. We did not try to use it under wood flooring.
A: While there are no specific instructions on the tube about application temperatures, I would not suggest using at very low temperatures. The product is a water based adhesive and as such, should be protected from freezing. My personal experience with the product is on indoor applications in occupied homes, so temperatures were not a problem. Although it can be used outdoors, it does warn not to use in areas where it will be in standing water or subjected to freezing temperatures. I have used the product multiple times both in my own home and in customer's homes with great results. It works as advertised in my experience.
A: yes, no problem
A: To me the warmer the better....