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How to use Polycell Fix and Grout
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Step by step
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Ensure surface is clean, dry and free from loose material.
New plaster or very porous surfaces should be primed with 1 part Polycell Multi-Bond diluted with 5 parts water. Allow to dry.
Remove cap then cut the top from the nozzle with a sharp knife.
FOR FIXING TILES – Squeeze the tube and apply directly to the surface to be tiled in horizontal lines.
Press into adhesive and continue over the area to be tiled.
Allow to dry thoroughly before grouting (24 hours)
FOR GROUTING – Squeeze directly into the tile joints.
Press in and smooth with a grouting tool pulled along the joints or by using a round ended stick.
Leave to dry for 15 minutes.
Remove excess grout with a damp cloth and finish by polishing tiles with a clean dry, cloth.
Clean tools and hands with water.
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