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Internet # 204775851

Model # FIX010

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Store SO SKU #1005487939

$12.87
  • Will not crack or lose its bonding power
  • For use with a standard caulking gun
  • Can be used for small or large DIY projects
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About This Product

Fix-A-Floor is an extra strength repair adhesive customized for the specific use of re-bonding loose and hollow tile, marble, stone and wood flooring without removing or replacing. It's fast, easy and affordable. DIY - just drill and fill.

Highlights

  • Elastomeric properties allow for the adhesive to never crack and loose its bond
  • Predrilled 1/8 in. tip allows for filling small holes in narrow grout lines, marble and wood flooring
  • Additional cut lines on tip marked for 3/16 in. or 1/4 in. or any size as needed
  • Dries within 24 hours
  • Easy clean up with sponge and water, dries clear
  • Guaranteed for the life of your floor
  • Works great on small or large problem areas
  • Non-toxic, non-flammable and eco-friendly
  • Great DIY project, see how-to videos
  • Designed to work with a standard caulk gun
  • Fix-A-Floor repair adhesive has super bond strength of 130-135 psi
  • Fix-A-Floor is very fluid: 1800-2700 mPa.s 25°C/77°F
  • Keep tubes from freezing before use
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Product Information

Internet # 204775851

Model # FIX010

Store SKU # 1000052051

Store SO SKU #1005487939

Specifications

Product Width (in.): 2 in

Dimensions

Product Width (in.)

2 in

Details

Color Family

Clear

Commercial / Residential

Commercial / Residential

Flooring Material Features

Crack resistant, Mold/mildew resistant, No mixing required, Rapid setting, Self-Leveling, Water based

Flooring Product Type

Patching/Repair

Indoor/Outdoor

Indoor/Outdoor

Product Form

Liquid

Product Weight (lb.)

1 lb

Recommended Surfaces

Ceramic

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

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!”

Questions & Answers

141Questions
caret
Q:Can this be painted?
by|Apr 15, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  When dry it can be painted

by|Apr 16, 2024
    caret
    Q:Is there a way to tell if this product froze? I have had problems with adhesives in the past that must have froze in delivery to HD. I wouldn't want to use the product just to find it is defective. Will it feel tacky if not compromised by freezing?
    by|Apr 5, 2024
    1 Answer
    Answer This Question

    A:  If the Fix-A-Floor has frozen in transit it will be a solid and not runny. If you live where its freezing be sure to track your order and receive so it doesn't sit outside or simply purchase when it warms up.

    by|Apr 7, 2024
      caret
      Q:Will this stick tile to tile
      by|Mar 24, 2024
      1 Answer
      Answer This Question

      A:  Yes!

      by|Mar 25, 2024
        caret
        Q:Can this be used on hardwood floors?
        by|Mar 22, 2024
        1 Answer
        Answer This Question

        A:  Yes!

        by|Mar 22, 2024
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          Customer Reviews

          4.3 out of 5

          • 4.3 out of 862 reviews
          • 86% recommend this product
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          It’s snake oil.
          I tried this on some loose tile and the crap just goes every where. Out the back of the tube. I let dry, the little that got under the tile, 36 hours and weighted down the tiles. I ended up pulling up the tile a week later and this white snake oil goop was still as wet as it was when it busted out the end of the tube. If it doesn’t dry in a week, when will it? The flaw in design is it dries at the entry hole first, sealing the inside so it remains wet for probably months. Just pull up tile.
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            Tile and wood
            I bought this because our gc who ran off did a poor job of mortar mixing. I didn’t have to drill holes because the grout managed to create fat pockets between most of the tiles that need fixing, so I just used those as my holes. So far, a majority of the tiles (porcelain) have stopped clicking or are far greater reduced, which is much better than before. As for the wood aspect, I have 100 year old fir floors that I had redone upon moving into the house. I’ve used it to lay some planks back down.
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              • Recommended
              1 found this review helpful
              Effective fix for loose tiles
              About 4 months after new tiles were installed in our bathroom, some of the grout in the newly tiled area started cracking and coming off (see picture). I called the installer and sent him some pictures as requested. He came over promptly and determined that some of the tiles were indeed loose and moving. He suggested originally removing and replacing the tiles and we were not for all the work, the dust, and the material waste that would involve. I suggested that he look into using Fix-A-Floor adhesive. He looked into it and then agreed to try it. Since considerable amount of the grout had already come off, the approach suggested in the instructions could not be followed. Instead, all the affected grout was removed and the adhesive was poured into the space from which the loose grout was removed. We were happy to see the adhesive seep under the tiles and more adhesive was sucked into the space underneath if we pushed on the tile and released the force. This allowed more adhesive to be poured until the adhesive stopped getting sucked in below the tiles. Using a wet cloth, excess adhesive was removed from the grout area and from over the tiles. After 24 hours the tiles were solid and all the movement was gone. New grout was applied between the tiles. It has been about a week and the tiles still feel solid under the feet. Time will tell if the fix will last.
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                • Recommended
                7 found this review helpful
                Savior!
                Awesome! Just laid our kitchen tiles and thought we used adequate mortar. Days later we noticed 2 of the tiles were squeaky. This was such a life saver. Didn’t even drill, just took out the grout and placed the fix a floor in the grout lines. The next day, squeaking was gone and tile is hard as a rock. Thank you for saving my sanity I thought I was going to have to rip up the tile!
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                Leak from the back
                I used two tubes of this product, and both failed. Instead of injecting the liquid into the drilled holes, it pushed the liquid out from the back. It only worked when there's a large cavity next to the hole and you push it really gently.
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                  2 found this review helpful
                  Stayed in a liquid state for 6 days.
                  This product never hardened in any way. It stayed in a liquid and gooey form. I decided to pull up tile, clean the gooey mess this made (it was like skim milk sitting there for 6 days) and chisel away remaining mortar and re-mortar the tile. Totally unhappy with this tube of junk. I would rate it at -10 if I could!
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                    6 found this review helpful
                    Works PERFECTLY!!
                    I had a lose tile in my bathroom. Instead of pulling up the tiles i decided to try this product. I drilled down about a inch ( make sure not to drill into the subflooring ) into the grout. I did about 6 holes. Then i squeezed in some Fix a Floor. Wiped up the excess. Placed a 25 lb weight on the corner and waited 24 hr. The next day it was as solid as a rock. I then re-grouted. Been working great!!!
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                      • Recommended
                      2 found this review helpful
                      $10 fixed my squeaky tiles
                      To be honest, I wasn't sure if this would work for my floors. I have large format tiles (think 1 ft by 2 ft) that was cracked in many places because the original contractor didn't put it down right. We barely had any grout lines as you can see from my photo. If your entire tile can be lifted that's even better - lift the tile and squeeze this adhesive underneath. My tiles do this see saw back and forth motion. I squeezed this stuff in all the cracks and then used my finger to help push it in, doing a few tiles at a time and pushing them into the cracks. I put a heavy desk on some tiles to weigh it down as it was drying. In the mornign the tiles did not creak! Love this stuff - only time will tell if it holds up. Also fyi the adhesive is great. 5 stars. I give the bottle itself 3 stars, it cracked on me when I first tired to use it, the top part was coming loose.
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                        • Recommended
                        2 found this review helpful
                        Yes it does work and easier than taking up the tile. Just drill the hole and use slight pressure ...
                        Yes it does work and easier than taking up the tile. Just drill the hole and use slight pressure inserting the adhesive until it eases out the other holes. You do loose some adhesive going from hole to hole but washes off with water. Then place paint cans, weights, or detergent containers on top for at least 24 hours to set. Grout the holes and looks good and not loose anymore. Would buy again.
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                        • Recommended
                        1 found this review helpful
                        Miracle for me. An amateur tile job left about 10 tiles loose and the grout cracked and came out...
                        Miracle for me. An amateur tile job left about 10 tiles loose and the grout cracked and came out in areas. I watched videos online and used that info to fix the floor. My grout was already out so I didn't need to drill. Additionally a small grout line may be easier to dig out the grout with a utility knife than to drill. I let it dry 24 hrs. I completely replaced two tiles and I did not remove the old mastic. I simply spread the glue in the cavity and put the new tile in. Putting the new grout in was easy and the floor is perfect now.
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                        • Recommended
                        2 found this review helpful
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