Make quick work of renovations with tile adhesive
Perhaps the most common use for tile glue is on bathroom and kitchen renovations. Anything from small fixes and repairs to large gut jobs will likely have you reaching for a tile adhesive. Both the bathroom and kitchen are exposed to lots of moisture, which can take a real toll on tiles. Rather than letting mold grow, you’ll need to repair and replace affected tiles, which requires the use of a tile adhesive.
What makes tiles so unique and beautiful is the variety of their materials. You can use glass, porcelain, ceramic, and more for your tiling needs, but keep in mind that this will also dictate the tile adhesive you need. Ceramic tile adhesives, for example, can be thin-set mortar, epoxy mortar, or tile mastic. Adhesive for floor tiles and wall tiles can differ too.
A great product is LePage No More Nails Wet Grab Construction Adhesive. This one is so versatile that it can even be used on wet material sand works great as a shower tile adhesive. It grabs hold immediately, but gives you up to 10 minutes to reposition. Once cured, it is weatherproof, and works on a wide range of materials such as marble, porcelain, tile, ceramic, and granite.