Concrete Glue bonds new concrete to old.
Adhesive for concrete, plaster and tile grout admix:: For maximum bond strength, use undiluted. Thinning with a small amount of water will make application easier. Surfaces must be clean dry and free of all grease, oil, dirt, loose paint, sealers and any other contaminants. Dampen area to be treated before application. Use at temperatures above 45 degrees F (7.22 C)
Joining new concrete to old concrete: Apply with brush, roller or spray. For maxium bond use undiluted. Thinning with a small amount of water will make application easier. Concrete glue forms a strong, flexible with concrete, plywood, brick, tile, hardboard, etc.
1 Gallon covers 63-75 sq. ft. Apply new concrete plaster or mortar while the adhesive is tacky. Maximum tackiness usually occurs 20 minutes after initial glue application.
Using as an admixture with mortar and grout: When added to mortar or grout, Concrete glue adds strength and flexibility and water resistance to the joint. For best results dilute Concrete glue wtih water before blending with mortar or grout powder. NOTE: Do not exceed 1 gallon (4 qts.) of Concrete glue per 94 lbs. bag of dry product.
Plaster adhesive bonding: Concrete glue permanently bonds plaster, gypsum, and acoustic materials to concrete, cinder block, stone, concrete slabs, tile, plywood, sheetrock, rock lath and hardwoods. For best results, spead plaster onto adhesive white glue is still tacky.