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Custom Building Products AcrylPro 1 Qt. Adhésif pour carreaux de céramique

Modèle nº CARL4000QT|Nº UGS 1000423197

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Modèle # CARL4000QT Internet # 1000423197

L'adhésif professionnel pour carreaux de céramique AcrylPro est un adhésif de formule professionnelle avec des forces d'adhérence élevées. Idéal pour les carreaux de céramique, de mosaïque, de porcelaine de petit format et la plupart des carreaux de pierre calibrée sur les murs ou les sols, AcrylPro peut être utilisé dans les zones exposées à l'eau de façon intermittente, comme les contours de baignoire et les murs de douche. Recommandé pour les carreaux jusqu'à 8 in. (20 cm) sur n'importe quel côté. Peut être utilisé avec des carreaux jusqu'à 15 in. (38 cm) sur tous les côtés, mais le temps de séchage augmente considérablement. Pour les carreaux dont le côté est supérieur à 38,1 cm (15 po), il faut utiliser le produit Custom. (38,1 cm), Custom recommande d'utiliser un mortier de ciment modifié aux polymères spécialement conçu pour la pose de carreaux de grand format.

  1. Idéal pour les installations de carreaux de petit format
  1. Idéal pour les installations sur des cloisons sèches
  1. Le temps de séchage standard pour les carreaux de 8 po x 8 po est de 24 heures à 72 heures avant l'application du coulis.
  1. S'étale rapidement et facilement et offre de longues périodes de travail pour la pose et l'ajustement des carreaux.

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
4.75
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
5
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
5
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
5
Poids assemblé (en livres)
3.33
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
2.91
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
5
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
5

Détails

Composition de base de ladhésif
Scie à carreaux à eau
Pays d'origine
CA-Canada
Surface maximale couverte (en pieds carrés)
15
Type de revêtements de sol
Carreau

Garanties et certifications

Garantie limitée du fabricant de 1 an. 1-800-272-8786
AcrylPro 1 Qt. Adhésif pour carreaux de céramiqueCustom Building Products AcrylPro 1 Qt. Adhésif pour carreaux de céramiqueL'adhésif professionnel pour carreaux de céramique AcrylPro est un adhésif de formule professionnelle avec des forces d'adhérence élevées. Idéal pour les carreaux de céramique, de mosaïque, de porcelaine de petit format et la plupart des carreaux de pierre calibrée sur les murs ou les sols, AcrylPro peut être utilisé dans les zones exposées à l'eau de façon intermittente, comme les contours de baignoire et les murs de douche. Recommandé pour les carreaux jusqu'à 8 in. (20 cm) sur n'importe quel côté. Peut être utilisé avec des carreaux jusqu'à 15 in. (38 cm) sur tous les côtés, mais le temps de séchage augmente considérablement. Pour les carreaux dont le côté est supérieur à 38,1 cm (15 po), il faut utiliser le produit Custom. (38,1 cm), Custom recommande d'utiliser un mortier de ciment modifié aux polymères spécialement conçu pour la pose de carreaux de grand format.
Custom Building Products
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AcrylPro 1 Qt. Adhésif pour carreaux de céramique est évalué 4.5 de 5 de 602.
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Rated 5 de 5 de par Excellent Product I have no idea why so many people are having problems with this stuff. Possibly improper application? I have been using it for years not only in my home, but for customers as well. I've used it to install floor tiles, wall tiles, and used it to tile my shower. 4 years on the shower walls and not one loose tile. ( And the grout I applied was NEVER sealed). I have never had a problem with it drying and after 8+ customer floors and 3 of my own i've never been called back for tiles lifting/cracking etc. In fact, a few months after using it to install my kitchen floor we had a fire and contractors had to come to replace the floor. It took 2 men 6 hours to remove the floor. Obviously no problems with the tiles not being set. Very easy to use and to clean up.
Date de publication: 2012-05-23
Rated 1 de 5 de par Terrible Product, NEVER dries, EVER I am currently in the process of removing all the 12" tiles from my kitchen floor that I installed 3 months ago using this AcrylPro from HD. The product says it's for floors and for tile up to 12", which I what I did. I followed all directions to the letter. Soon after installation tiles started cracking and moving when stepped on. I finally decided they were NEVER going to dry so I pried a tile up only to find it completely wet still and molding! Product washes right off the tiles in water and I am scraping it off the floor with a plastic putty knife. It is wet and smells awful but it otherwise giving me no resistance. This is not a good adhesive. Thin set (NOT HD'S PREMIXED THINSET WHICH DOES THE SAME THING) is the only way to go. I wish I knew before.
Date de publication: 2011-05-20
Rated 5 de 5 de par Super strong bond I used this to tile over some tile I had previously layed around my bathroom sink (2 years ago) and also on some newly painted drywall for a kitchen sink and stove back splash (1 month ago), yea it lasted in the container for 2 years!!. Adhesive adhered easily with a smooth trowel and then a V-notch trowel to get proper depth. Was dry and set witihn 2 hours. No problems at all. This is not a water based adhesive, and I never had any drying, mold, or adhering issues. Proper prior preperation prevents poor perfromance.
Date de publication: 2012-11-05
Rated 5 de 5 de par Long shelf life I use this adhesive to make tile murals (decorative vs functional). It's a hobby and it's sometimes a long time between my efforts. I buy the smallest container available and still it often takes many months to use the container. I think it's been over a year for the one this purchase replaced and it was usable to the bottom of the container.. Every few weeks I take out a small amount to use and close the container immediately. I've been pleasantly surprised at how long my first container remained useable.
Date de publication: 2014-01-07
Rated 5 de 5 de par Good stuff for a good price! I am an artist... I spend a lot of time searching for well priced items to use in my craft. I used to buy supplies at an unnamed art chain.... Until I found out that you can get stuff like this tile adhesive for about one/tenth the price at Home Depot. I use a lot of recycled/reused materials in my collage and mosaic work, but I gotta get good glue to hold things together! Recycling saves the planet! Selling my art and saving money saves me!
Date de publication: 2014-07-01
Rated 5 de 5 de par AcrylPro Ceramic Tile Adhesive This Glue seems to do what it is supposed to do. It sticks and it is a bit easier to work with than some other brands. I suppose you must get a feel for its viscosity, laying it out, work and dry time. I usually use thin set but I needed to finish a small area and did not want to mix anything. : it worked quite well for me.
Date de publication: 2013-07-08
Rated 5 de 5 de par I used this to glue small stones onto a slab of 2x4 .. A miniature stone chimney I made for a cra... I used this to glue small stones onto a slab of 2x4 .. A miniature stone chimney I made for a craft. Hot glue wouldn't work at all. Many other glues/adhesives just wouldn't grab the stones and they'd fall right off. This stuff went on easy, held every single stone and was easy to clean up. I followed up w/ a caulk gun and some 'sanded grout' caulk as mortar around the stones. Worked great.
Date de publication: 2019-12-24
Rated 3 de 5 de par I have used this product for many years. As I have stated in other reviews of this product, you w... I have used this product for many years. As I have stated in other reviews of this product, you will either LOVE OR HATE it, depending on if you read and EXACTLY follow the directions of the product label. This product works best for small format wall tile when used in a modestly thin application, and ideally dry environment. It is very convenient to use compared to thin-set mortar adhesive. Worthy of a 5 rating However, if you use this product improperly, and use thick amounts to build-up the sub-floor, or use it too thick on very large format floor tiles in a damp environment, you might end up redoing your work, do to shifting of unset tiles. Worthy of a 1 rating. Apply it THIN and you will WIN, Apply it thick and you'll feel sick !
Date de publication: 2019-06-04
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Replacing a single tile with existing 1/2 inch height We're replacing a 12 x 12 ceramic tile. The...

Replacing a single tile with existing 1/2 inch height We're replacing a 12 x 12 ceramic tile. The substrate is bonded sheet vinyl. The depth of the space where the tile will fit is 1/2 inch on two sides, 5/8 inch on one side (next to bathtub on remaining side). The ceramic tile is 3/8 inch thick, and the trowel we're using is square notch 1/4 x 3/8 inch. I suspect this will come up short. Should we consider putting down a layer of AcrylPro and letting it dry before putting in the adhesive for the tile? We could use cement backer board, but frankly, we'd hammer it in, not use mortar. Not buying 50 pounds of thinset for one tile. Is there another option to get the right height? AcrylPro folks, what do you think of using it as a material to add a bit of height?
Posée par: Robert
Instead of using 1/4 inch to 3/8 Square Notch use 1/2 inch instead and just use a small can of cement patch that is cheap and bring it up to the bottom of the existing tiles and you're done
Répondue par: Cuba
Date de publication: 2019-10-21

Will this adhesive work on ceramic tile being put over a linoleum floor

Posée par: xclusv
No. You will want to remove the vinyl floor or sheet it with 1/8" plywood first before installing tile. Tile cannot be bonded to vinyl.
Répondue par: Jerl
Date de publication: 2018-02-24

can this be used on fomicia

can this be used on fomicia
Posée par: loupa38
No, you're better off using contact cement they sell it on spray very easy to apply
Répondue par: Cuba
Date de publication: 2019-10-20

Will this work for travertine tiles 3x6 to sheetrock wall board?

Posée par: Topper
Yes, it works .you will need to use CERAMIC TILE ADHESIVE on both surfaces On-wall and on the tile make sure you using 1/4 in. x 3/8 in. Trowel on both surface Best Danny P
Répondue par: HomeDepotCustomer
Date de publication: 2021-07-12

what color is it?

what color is it?
Posée par: Bobalong
AcrylPro Ceramic Tile Adhesive is white. For further assistance please contact our technical services department at 1 800 282 8786 option 2.
Répondue par: CustomBuildingProducts
Date de publication: 2020-06-08

How much space does it cover

How much space does it cover
Posée par: Elizabeth
If properly used, (according to instructions from manufacturer) the maximum coverage will be 15 sf.
Répondue par: Charles
Date de publication: 2021-02-27

can you use over dry thinset

can you use over dry thinset
Posée par: tg
That was what I did, applied the tile adhesive over thinset.
Répondue par: Shouldawoulda
Date de publication: 2019-12-25

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

Is this product suitable/capable of gluing down loose ceramic tiles? I have 8 12x12 ceramic tile that have become loose; it started with grout cracking then coming out, then the tiles began the hollow sound and finally they were 'floating' in place. As time passed they started moving a bit and one tile progressed to a second, then a third, until I have 8 for certain and 2-3 that may be loose. So, I lifted one and discovered the mortar was little more than dust over the mortar that was troweled on (1/4" square notch) and sticking firmly to the floor with none on the back of the tile itself; it's evident they weren't buttered before they were laid. Turns out, NONE of the tile have mortar adhered to the back and the mortar beneath them looks as though it was left to dry before they got back from lunch and just put the tile down hoping it would stay - which it did until about 1 year and only two inhabitants. Now I've got the problem of a bankrupt builder, long since discontinued tile pattern and no one had been considerate enough to leave a dozen spares. I've considered demoing the entire 275 sf and putting down bamboo - but that is a ton of work and a lot expense even if I do it myself. Will this stuff go down thin enough so the tile is level/flush with surround tiles? Would the best approach be to wet the mortar and butter the tile and lay them firmly to level using a lever or 2x4 to force them flush - or would wetting the mortar screw up the bond? Instead, use Elmer's Glue, Liquid Nails or Loctite Adhesive Caulk? PowerGrab? Fix-a-Floor? I think ThinSet would be far too thick for flush fit.
Posée par: metafirma
yes it will work fine... still will need to dress the grout
Répondue par: jason
Date de publication: 2021-02-27
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