AcrylPro® Professional Ceramic Tile Adhesive
AcrylPro® Professional Ceramic Tile Adhesive is a professional formula adhesive with high bond strengths. Ideal for small format ceramic, mosaic, porcelain and most gauged stone tile on walls or floors, AcrylPro® may be used in areas with intermittent water exposure such as tub surrounds and shower walls. Recommended for tile up to 8" (20cm) on any side. Can be used with tile up to 15" (38cm) on any side but dry time signifcantly increases. For tile with any side greater that 15" (38cm), Custom recommends using a polymer modified cement mortar specifically designed for setting large format tile.
LIMITATIONS TO THE PRODUCT:
Recommended floor tile size 8" (20cm) or less on all sides
If dry time is a concern due to tile size or other limitations noted, us a traditional polymer modified thinset mortar instead.
Do not bond directly to hardwood, luan plywood, particle board, parquet, cushion or sponge back vinyl flooring, metal, fibreglass, plastic or OSB panels
When setting moisture sensitive natural stone, cement or agglomerate
When installing ceramic plank tile greater that 15" (38cm) long, use a cement mortar designed fo large format tile
Not recommended for installing tile larger than 6" x 6" (15cm x 15cm) over waterproofing membranes & Vinyl flooring
Recommended for interior use only. Do not use for steam rooms, shower floors or underwater. For those installations use Custom Polymer-Modified Mortar Systems.
This product saves you time and is quicker than using regular mix mortar. If you need to do a small backsplash or something, or repairs this is perfect. If you're doing a bigger job then use regular mortar.
The store i went to didn't have a great selection of acrylic tile adhesives or the large format so was left buying a few containers of 950ml and after applying and working with the product for 2 days im NOT impressed. Its longer than advertised to apply, applying and leveling is like normal mortar but creates a harder to clean mess, a little more difficult to work with and if too much is applied even slightly its a pain to deal with.