need some quick advice - I'm re-tiling the shower and have a question.
I've removed the old tiles, and applied Bondall Aquatite Waterproofing Membrane System (that thickish Elastomeric paint stuff....) to the walls.
I was about to fix the tiles back with Supamastic mastic adhesive but reading the fine print (which I should have done in the shop!!!) it says "Must not be applied directly over cement, timber or WATERPROOFING MEMBRANES" (my emphasis) :eek: D'oh!!!
So I investgated further.
The Bondall Aquatite can says it can also be used as permanent tile adhesive - which sounds OK - it will sure make things very waterproof ) but I'm curious about application.
Should I apply the Aquatite as thickly as the tile mastic stuff? I have a 6 mm spreader for that, would I just use the Aquatite in the same way as regular mastic adhesive? The Bondall website is silent on the "how" - it just repeats that it can be used as tile adhesive.
Any suggestions most welcome.