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Model #FIX010

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10.1 oz. Repair Adhesive

  • 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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$997

Product Overview

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.
  • 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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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Width (in.)
2

Details

Color Family
Clear
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Floor/wall use
Floor
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 type
Adhesive
Product Weight (lb.)
1
Recommended Surfaces
Ceramic
Returnable
180-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

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Is this good for porcelain tiles? Can i use it for porcelain tiles? I have 6 inch by 4 ft long tiles. Please advise.

Asked by Mo September 11, 2020
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Used this for ceramic 12" x 12" bathroom floor tiles that made a "popping" sound in several areas when you walked across the floor in the middle areas. Drilled small holes on the corner of each grout line around all sides of the tiles, filled with the adhesive, then placed a 5-gallon bucket filled with water on top and let it set up for 1-1/2 days. This was a year ago and still is working great - no more popping sounds.

Is this product suitable/capable of gluing down loose ceramic tiles? I have 8 12x12 ceramic tile ...

Asked by metafirma May 27, 2020
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Yes. That is what I used it for. I drilled holes in the grout, then let it flow under the tile. It has the consistency of milk. I put 5 gal. bucket if water ti hold the tile down while it dried. Hope this reply helps..

Does this wotk for vinyl tiles?

Asked by Sheryll May 15, 2020
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The product is recommended for hard surfaces, ceramic porcelain and stone tile. I would call the number below and ask them. (Please call 1-800-774-5982 if you need assistance)

How small is the applicator tip? I have 1/16" gap between the tiles. Will it fit?

Asked by Tim May 9, 2020
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The tip is 1/8 but it still may work. The stuff in the tube is a liquid and flows under the tile and then becomes solid.

why do you need to put weight on the tiles?

Asked by BOB January 21, 2020
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Not sure, but I think it is because the product undergoes a good bit of shrinkage when drying, and if it dried with too big of a gap between tile and floor there might be air pockets formed and a weaker bond. Also, the weight does help the product spread evenly under the tiles. When you put the weight on, you will probably notice glue being extruded out of some of the holes. As a side note, I did not like the bucket of water suggested by the manufacturer, maybe because I was doing several adjacent tiles. I used bar stools, more are less centering a leg on each tile, then piling encyclopedias on top for weight. You just want to avoid putting anything solid over one of the holes, since it might get stuck.

how much weight should be set on fixed tile

Asked by BOB January 20, 2020
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I think that there should be sufficient weight to ensure a tight bond and level surface to other tiles. I first put down a sheet of wax paper with plywood on top and stacked bricks on top (a large bucket of water will also work). The wax paper serves as a good barrier to prevent any excess adhesive from sticking to the plywood I would recommend removing the weight periodically (for the first hour) to check and clean off any adhesive that has oozed up through the holes. I would leave the weight on overnight. I repaired my tiles over 4 years ago and have not had any issues.

What is the color of the Fix-A-Floor when it is cured

Asked by BillyBob November 5, 2019
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I believe when cured, it is a pale white. The material flows under the tiles, and is not seen from the surface.

Does it work with engineered wood floors

Asked by Dee October 29, 2019
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If the tile is attached to wood I wouldn’t bother. My guess is that it will work but once you repair one spot you’ll be repairing the next very soon. Rip it up and install it correctly with wonder board.

What happens if you walk on it before 24 hours

Asked by robert October 4, 2019
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Robert, you should keep weights on the tiles for 24 hours. I don't think walking on them is a problem as long as you have them weighted as in the directions.

Can I use this to fix hollow tile on the floor of a shower

Asked by Scott September 28, 2019
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This stuff is great and very strong--but until it's hardened (cured) it is water soluble. So in a shower you will be taking a chance that it will be wet constantly. Having said that, if your shower tile is stable and cemented in place, but has a hollow ring when tapped, this would be a likely repair. The material is soupy when you apply it, but it turns into an extremely tough rubbery material as it cures. So if you are only looking to get rid of the hollow, then yes this will work. But if the tiles had lifted and you wanted to recement them, then I would say pop up the tie and reset it. A year or so ago I cemented a number of "floating" tiles with FixAFloor, then had a pipe leak and flood over a couple of weeks--when I tried to remove some of the ones I had stuck in with FixAFloor--they were almost impossible to get up, and they had been wet for several weeks.

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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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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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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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Works very well, however, my Home Depot carries low inventory. I think I purchased them all, thin...
Works very well, however, my Home Depot carries low inventory. I think I purchased them all, thinking I only needed 2-3 bottles. Just bought the last Two for a total of 6. Great product! Low inventory. One bottle doesn't cover a whole lot ground for the price. But it works!
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a bad product with quality issue! When opened, it looked like foam and solid, which can not be ap...
a bad product with quality issue! When opened, it looked like foam and solid, which can not be applied to the space between tiles.
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Bought 3 tubes of this at a local Home Depot. I had 7 and a half loose tiles in my Kitchen/Dining...
Bought 3 tubes of this at a local Home Depot. I had 7 and a half loose tiles in my Kitchen/Dining room, my tiles are 1ft sq. I honestly believed it would do more tiles than it did but each tube was consistent at 2.5 tiles per tube. I had a significant amount of waste per tube (maybe 1/8 of the tube). This is due to how runny this stuff is. I would apply as directed, back off the gun, but when I removed the tip from the hole, the resin would continue to run out at a high rate. I did one test tile (half tile) and then realizing this issue, I pre-drilled all the other tiles I had planned on repairing. On a side note, according to the directions, after applying this, you should have sufficient fill to be level with the top of your tile, this was the case when it was 1st filled. However after sitting, every hole drained. Not sure where it went, but it's holding. 24hrs later and no more grating tile noise when I walk through my kitchen. I couldn't be happier. Pros: Very easy to use. Cleans up easily. Works perfectly. Drys quickly outside of tube. Cons: Super runny and gets everywhere you don't want it to be Pro tip: Perform cleanup after every 2nd tile and use lots of water.
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Used on a loose tile that made a crutchy sound when stepping on it. I cleaned as much grout out around the tile as I could. I used an 1/8th drill bit and drilled holes all around the tile. I didnt do this as discribed in the video or instructions. I made numerous holes. I inspected the holes to ensure i could see a gap under the tile. Once i did i cut the tip and insterted into the holes and squeezed till it came out a different hole. Repeat till complete. I used a 70lb floor safe and a five gallon bucket for weight and let it sit for two hours. After that i re-grouted the tile and let it dry. I am super impressed that this worked. I have an uneven floor that is being a pain. Lessons learned; this stuff is runny and messy. It will get all over so be prepared for the cleanup before you start. Do not squeeze the gun trigger to hard out it will spurt out the back. I was lucky as that happened at the last hole. Yes it looks like elmers glue but it will work. Drill as big of a hole as you can try to get the nozzle to fit snug in the hole. It will run all over everything so be prepared. Other than that its been about two weeks and the tile hasn’t given any signs of being loose or not solid. Very impressed!!
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Okay, first of all, the product is great - if you get it under the tiles, the problem is solved. ...
Okay, first of all, the product is great - if you get it under the tiles, the problem is solved. My problem was getting it under the tiles. I don't know who did the grout work on the other reviewers floors, but mine was done very well. When properly applied, grout is pressed into the spaces between the tiles. This results in grout pushing a little into any voids under the tiles. I had several hollow tiles that sounded like they went all the way to the edge, but no amount of drilling in the grout exposed the void. When I tried to inject the Fix-A-Floor it refused. I had some luck using a small pick to chip away some grout from under the edge, but even with a half-inch grout line there's not a lot of room to maneuver. I eventually resorted to using a 1/8" masonry drill to drill directly thru the tile. This worked perfectly, and due to the type of tile i have a little dab of appliance epoxy will make the hole disappear. The photos show the failed grout holes and the small tile hole. Two warnings though: First, make sure that whatever hole you have, the tube fits in tightly but doesn't go all the way to the bottom. This stuff is under pressure when you inject it and it will squeeze out of any gap in copious amounts. Second, after injecting, release the pressure on the caulk gun and wait a while before removing the tube from the hole - the longer the better. if you don't, you'll have a little fountain of Fix-A-Floor spouting back out of the hole and all over the floor. As the photo shows, I just removed the caulk gun and left the tube in the hole.
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I had loose tiles all over my foyer. Instead of ripping off all of them I've decided to give Fix-...
I had loose tiles all over my foyer. Instead of ripping off all of them I've decided to give Fix-A-Floor a try. I have very narrow 1/8" or even less of space between tiles. So, instead of drilling a hole I've used an utility knife to take grout out. Next I've use a blue painters tape to cover voids leaving enough space for an end of tip to stick in. Fist two tubes went into a total waist as my cheap caulking gun broken the bottom of tubes spilling a glue all over the place. Instead of giving up I've ordered a heavy duty caulking gun on Amazon: Newborn 250 Super Smooth Rod Revolving Frame Caulking Gun which cost me $20. And it worked great. Just don't apply lot of pressure - when you feel a great resistance just move to the next hole. I hope it will help.
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I'm a home flipper so I ordered on-line a whole case of this adhesive in January - it is a way cheaper that way :-). The very next morning we got a call from manufacturer. Nice lady told my wife that for a next few days they offer free upgrade from regular to express shipping to "cold zones" ( i live in Chicago area and temperatures here was below 0F at the time of purchase) because adhesive is prone to get frozen and thereby useless. And as a special token for "bothering us" with a phone call we got one extra tube for free. Ladies and Gentlemen this is what I call EXCELLENT customer support!!! BRAVO!!! Product its self is pretty darn good and strong adhesive. I also noticed that it is not irritating my skin when I accidentally get some on my hands. It is easily washable just with water when still liquid but once it get dry then good luck with cleaning. Word of precaution: Use a smaller drill bit because you can easily chip the tile from side drilling (if you'll drill the edge of the tile - see the picture). I also used this adhesive for other repairs, mostly for bonding wood together and it is working like a charm. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !
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