Where to use Vitcas Heat Resistant Tile Adhesive
Vitcas Heat Resistant Tile Adhesive should be used for fixing tiles in areas subject to high temperatures, such as fire surrounds, behind boilers, ranges, cookers and radiators.
Only a thin joint is required (max. 3mm), ensuring that a repaired tile does not stand proud.
How to use Vitcas Heat Resistant Tile Adhesive
Vitcas Heat Resistant Tile Adhesive should be used straight from the tub having stirred the contents into a smooth paste.
Tile Adhesive should be applied with a standard 6mm tile comb on to wall and then the tiles should be pressed to the adhesive giving a 3 mm bed. The adhesive will normally dry overnight but it is beneficial if the joint can be heated to some degree. When applying on fresh cement or plaster surfaces, it is important to seal the surface using a VITCAS PVA adhesive sealer before applying the adhesive, otherwise bonding may be impaired. If using porous tiles, marble, granite or slate it essential to seal the back surface with Vitcas PVA Adhesive Sealer.
Surplus Vitcas Heat Resistant Tile Adhesive must be removed immediately from any tile surfaces with a damp cloth.
Not to be used as a grout. Not suitable for exterior use.
For grouting use VITCAS Heat Resistant Tile Grout
The coverage of Vitcas Heat Resistant Tile Adhesive is approximately 1 Kg per 0.25 square metres.