can i use onecoat on uneven walls with old tile adhesive

Discussion in 'Tilers' Talk' started by jav, Sep 15, 2009.

  1. jav

    jav Member

    I intend to use the wickes onecoat on a wall where i have removed some old tiles and they have some really hard to remove adhesive. so to smooth off ready for new set of tiles going to use onecoat and tile directly on to it after a few days when dry.

    dont want tbond/brown then skim . not enough time and more work. been told and read wickes onecoat is good stuff,

    1. is onecoat going to be ok for this application?
    2. should I pva before tiling?
     
  2. devil's advocate

    devil's advocate New Member

    Who’s this camel-toe, what’s his name?
    Is it Clinty – ah the shame.
    Or maybe ‘tis Mikey - now there was a twit,
    Completely lacking any semblance of poetic phrasing, and wit.

    What’s his contribution to this forum?
    An annoying dork – he’s at the fore. Um.
    He hides his ident - he keeps his head down,
    (any further it t’would be brown.)

    His feelings for Looch he canna hide.
    Her very name makes him burn inside.
    He hides his love behind gross tirade
    While he wishes to have her laid.

    There’s no chance that that will occur,
    For camel-toe’s a she – a real ‘her’.
    His usernames it is no speller,
    Ever since his braces got caught in a propeller.
     
  3. tic tic

    tic tic New Member

    1.yes
    2.NO
     
  4. tic tic

    tic tic New Member

    ment to say are u using tubbed addy or bagged if bagged prime walls with sbr before tiling.
     
  5. tic tic

    tic tic New Member

    devils
    nice poem ther mate.:)
     
  6. jav

    jav Member

    Thanks tic tic
     
  7. debit cruncher

    debit cruncher New Member

    Can't remember were I have seen or read this, but almost certain you can't tile over onecoat plaster. Ring up the addy manufactures and makes sure your safe to tile otherwise they will start dropping of.
     
  8. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    One-coat is too soft for tiling, it just pulls off with the weight of tiles.
     
  9. blueassedfly!

    blueassedfly! New Member

    proper way would be to use Bal quickset render, one tight skim of 5-6mm will ste in about an hour and a half! and its ready to tile onto ;)
     
  10. tic tic

    tic tic New Member

    times i have used it, its been ok,infilling around splash back in kitchens when i have run out of spf to infill any probs with wall. yes wont use in larger area cos usually larger tiles but for s/backs..no call back yet. touch wood lol:)
     
  11. JC Tiling Services

    JC Tiling Services New Member

    yes you can tile onto 1 coat, BUT someone mentioned it is dry in an hour and a half, DONT tile onto any plaster after an hour and a half. Leave it to fully dry out mate, about a week and do NOT use PVA, PVA is water based and therefore holds water behind the adhesive.Use a proper tiling primer.
     
  12. fitero

    fitero New Member

    By God sir,thats a fine turn of phrase you have there.
     

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