Palace Tilers Primer Sealer Bonding Agent (Choice Of Size)

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Stabilizes porous surfaces

Improves bond to timber/vinyl surfaces

Reduces surface suction

Improves open time of the adhesive

Coverage: Up to 20m² per litre

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Description: PALACE TILERS PRIMER is a styrene-butadiene co-polymer emulsion for use as a primer; bonding agent and sealer formulated to improve, adhesion strength and long-term durability of the bond between the adhesive and any surface substrate. It is safe to use and can be applied to a wide range of building materials including applications where contact with water is likely.

PALACE TILERS PRIMER can be used as a water-proof bonding agent when mixed as a slurry with neat cement and can readily be incorporated into mixes of sand cement screeds, plasters and renders, giving a water-reducing and plasticising effect, as well as improving wet-tack and adhesion of the render to the existing base masonry. PALACE TILERS PRIMER is an excellent primer for porous surfaces such as gypsum plaster, old/worn concrete; sand-cement screeds and render by reducing porosity, surface dusting and improving initial tack so that subsequently applied adhesives, renders or screeds can achieve a secure and lasting key with the base substrate. 


Once porous, worn or dusty concrete floors have been thoroughly cleaned of all dust, oil & loose surface matter, PALACE TILERS PRIMER diluted as 1 part to 3 parts with water and brushed on as a generous single coat, can seal the surface, reduce suction and inhibit further dusting. One coat is normally sufficient for priming surfaces ready to receive an application of PALACE SELF-LEVELLING COMPOUND or any PALACE TILE ADHESIVE, however, very porous surfaces may require two coats or use a 1:1 dilution to effectively reduce porosity and bind the surface. Cracked or friable surfaces should be repaired before laying any top coatings. PALACE TILERS PRIMER is effective on gypsum plaster, porous cement render walls, worn concrete, cement sand floor screeds, cement panel-boards and timbers such as chipboards and worn plywood. Plaster walls which have been overfinished to a polished appearance should be slightly roughened with a stiff brush and wiped clear of loose fines before priming.