|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.4 x 3.4 x 9.9 inches|
|Item model number||FP00336033073|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Henry, W.W. Co. 12237 H336 Bond Enhancer Self-Stick Tile Primer
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A specialized liquid latex primer designed for a wide range of uses in floor covering installations. Used to enhance the bond of residential self stick tile and flooring adhesives to the subfloor. Use on porous concrete, gypsum, and Portland cement based underlayments and patches, cement backerboard, and soft wood floors. Prior to application, remove from surface: Dirt, wax, polish, and all other foreign matter that would interfere with a good bond. Use full strength; Do Not Dilute. Apply with a short nap paint roller or coarse fiber brush. Allow to dry completely, approximately 30 minutes. Do not allow puddles to form or remain on the surface. Contains zero VOC's. Covers approximately 87 to 100 sq. ft. per quart. Quart bottle.
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I used 2 bottles of this in the room that I was prepping. The primer goes on easy, it has a white color that fades as it absorbs into the surface. I used a regular large paint brush to spread it around. I did notice some fumes as I was developing a headache about halfway through and had to open a window. Other than that, I have no complaints.
The primer must have done a good job because the flooring went down easy, bonded well and has been going strong since February! I Reccomend this to anyone installing peel and stick flooring. If it did well for particle board, I'm sure it would work great with plywood and cement as well.
Currently the tiles are stil this way, since i dont want to remove and replace already ill just see how long they last the way they are sticking now
Ive never installed these tiles before on reg untreated concrete so i cant tell if this stuff helped in any way. I did use a bread roller to press the tiles in also.
Im my opinion this stuff did little to nothing for my installation.
It added another expense and step, but felt it did little to help the tiles stick better.