[b]Tiling Onto Timber[/b]

Discussion in 'Tilers' Talk' started by Robdiyman, Nov 9, 2005.

  1. Robdiyman

    Robdiyman New Member

    I've had a couple of customers asking me to replace old tiling that has either cracked or fallen off. Both are onto a timber surface. One is onto a floor (not sure if it's boards or chipboard), the other is on top of a box to cover pipes.
    Whats the best preperation, and adhesive to use for each of these??

    Cheers
     
  2. jasonb

    jasonb New Member

    Do a search on this forum, once you have read the posts it throws up come back with any specific questions, there is about a weeks non stop reading!!!.

    Jason
     
  3. nigel

    nigel Guest

    Provided the timber can be made secure and sound [I exclude chipboard as I never seen it secured permanently] ordinary tiles cements work fine without any special preparation.
     
  4. That'll be ordinary tile adhesive with all the relevant additives making it suitable for tiling on timber.

    Also, tiling fails for a reason, that reason it usually either the wrong ahdesive used or the substrate not prepared correctly.

    Fix the cause not the result.
     
  5. Robdiyman

    Robdiyman New Member

    Thanks Mudster, did a search and found everything I need. You seem to be the guy to know.

    RGDS
     

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