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Which adhesive for laying underfloor insulation boards?

Discussion in 'Tiling' started by RainbowWrighty, 15 Nov 2009.

  1. RainbowWrighty

    RainbowWrighty

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    Hi,

    Can anyone confirm what adhesive is suitable for laying 6mm insulation boards onto an existing cement floor?

    Warmup's website says to use a cement based flexible adhesive - is the same as the ready mix tubs of flexible tile adhesive and grout? Or is it the stuff you mix up yourself?

    Any links of what I need would be useful cheers.

    Thanks

    Wrigthy
     
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  3. tictic

    tictic

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    "BAGGED FLEXY" addy as u have been told..
    prime floor with bal sbr up the room then when dry accross the room.
    6mm notched trowel apply flexy addy.
    put ur i/boards down in a brickwork pattern.
    then depending on size of tile 8-12mm notched or halfmoon trowel.
    if porcelain tiles make sure u get siutable addy for them.

    pop into a tile shop they will have all u need mate

    DONT USE THE STUFF U GET FROM B&POO AND THE LIKES!!!
     
  4. RainbowWrighty

    RainbowWrighty

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    Cheers tictic,

    I'm only laying the i/boards...a tiler is coming to do the tiles.

    Thanks for your help.

    Wrighty
     
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