Thank you for the question. The Loctite Power Grab Ultimate may encounter bonding difficulty to Linoleum type material. This does not mean you cannot try but understand that the linoleum is already under stress if it is curling. You might try the Loctite PL Premium 3X adhesive and brace the tile down for at least 24 hours. Last, the success will also depend on whether the linoleum had adhesive in place, in which case any adhesive residue would need to be removed.
Thank you for the question. Tis application is possible but because of the porosity of both surfaces bracing may be required for overhead applications until adhesive is cured. Keep in mind that cure times will be extended in this situation due to reduced surface porosity.
Thank you for the question. Unfortunately, Loctite has not tested this product for compatibility and adhesion to the Lanco product described and therefore can not predict any results. Bonding directly to the green board is best application. If you choose to add this extra protection, you should test for adhesion and compatibility to determine suitable and acceptable results when working with two non-porous surfaces keeping in mind that cure times in this situation will be extended significantly. There are no guarantees.
I'm sorry I'm not familiar with RedGard, You should check with RedGard Manufacturer.
Hi tus8acr, yes should be ok
Yes, Loctite Power grab Ultimate White can be used safely to adhere the marble backsplash to the wall.
Thank you for the question. The Loctite Power Grab Ultimate (White) can be used for this application
Thank you for the question. The initial tack you are referring to with certain Power Grab products is not based on time as in initial dry time. The Initial tack listed for Power Grab products that are latex, water-based is about 30g/cm2 as noted in theTDS. This measurement represents the ability of a wet adhesive to hold materials in place while the adhesive cures, without the material slipping or moving. The Power Grab Ultimate is an entirely difference technology that is not a latex, water-based product. Rather, a reactive chemistry dependent only on air and moisture as the catalyst. Because of the chemistry, initial tack is not provided, however, to address your question it would be about 35g/cm2. If you have further question regarding our products, please reach out to our technical Team at 1-800-624-7767 for assistance.
Hi Joker no I would not use this dont think it will work, I would call Loctite at 800-624-7767 and check with them. I would also look at Loctite PL Premium Polyurethane Construction Adhesive that may work but check with Loctite as I have never tried that combination of materials
Thank you for the question. The Loctite Power Grab Ultimate White should be fine keeping in mind that cure times will be increased so temporary blocking may be required in this situation. Last, if surfaces are shinny you should consider dulling the surfaces with light sanding