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  1. Filip

    Filip Active Member

    Location:
    Midlands
    I understand best practice and the need to cover myself if something gos wrong so I think I will be going Mapei primer and SLC and adheasive even though i have enough leftover tilemaster primer and adhesive for the job (DIY ) the problem is the SLC needs to be outdoors spec and tilemaster dont domone and I don't see any other tiling jobs I need to do so the all tilemaster I have will be binned but what about grout can I use my tilemaster grout with mapei adheasive.
     
  2. pdc

    pdc Living the dream..... Professional Tiler

    No problem using different grout and , IMHO, it's such a small area I wouldn't worry yourself too much about using a different manufacturers primer providing it is suitable for your use, i.e exterior.
     
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  3. Filip

    Filip Active Member

    Location:
    Midlands
    Thanks I had it in my own mind that using the same grout is a little ott. As the mapei primer G is ony about £8 I don't mind buying that extra but then can I use tilemaster addy on top of that (2.8x2.7 ) half of which will have Mapei P4 SLC on it.
     
    Last edited: May 15, 2018
  4. pdc

    pdc Living the dream..... Professional Tiler

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  5. Filip

    Filip Active Member

    Location:
    Midlands
    Oh I missed that thank you so much, looks like I need the sp ? one I keep reading about in the P4 SLC info.
    I will look int the sp
     
  6. Filip

    Filip Active Member

    Location:
    Midlands
    HOLD EVERYTHING !!
    Just got off the phone to Tilemaster and they say I am ok to use Flexi level outside. The specs say Under certain conditions, Tilemaster FlexiLevel is suitable for use externally.
    So phoned and was told that in my case it is ok to use so long as.
    Tiled on top
    Not a permanently wet area, can get wet but needs to dry out inbetween.
     
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