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Glue for carpet tiles on concrete floor?

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by lateintheday, 25 Mar 2017.

  1. lateintheday

    lateintheday

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    Hello everyone.

    I've bought some cheap second hand carpet tiles to glue onto my bare concrete floor in my utility cupboard downstairs.

    I've used this No Nonsense spray contact adhesive before to carpet a wooden shelf where my boiler tank used to sit. But the can is nearly empty already just for that small square.

    http://www.screwfix.com/p/no-nonsense-contact-adhesive-natural-500ml/32657


    Can anyone advised me of a CHEAP alternative that's in a tin and can be painted on the floor with a thick brush instead of sprayed?

    I basically want these tiles solid on the floor never to come up again.
    And I can see this concrete floor is quite dusty as well.


    Cheers!
     

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  3. dazlight

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    F ball F41 or similar
    Prime the floor 1st
     
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    Carpet Tile Tackifier, applied by brush or roller, lay tiles after 10-15 minutes or so. A lot cheaper and better than spray adhesive!
     
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