Can we mix cement with tile adhesive?
Roff New Construction Adhesive (NCA) is a polymer-modified cement-based product which means it already has the cement content and there is no need to mix additional cement in it. All you need to do is add water as per the recommendation.
What is the difference between adhesive and cement?
Tile adhesives are cement based added with polymers that help in the bonding of tiles with the substrate. It is self-curing, provides high bond strength, easy to apply and are premixed with required quantity of sand and cement.
Which adhesive is best for tiles?
It depends on the nature of the application. For ceramic and new floor tiles, you can try Roff New Construction Adhesive (NCA). Similarly, for internal vitrified tile and natural stone, you can check out Roff Vitro Adhesive and for external applications, you can check out Roff Extrofix Adhesive. Refer to the Tile adhesive selector tool for more details.
How long does tile adhesive take to dry?
Tile adhesives from Roff have self-curing properties which allow a smooth application with minimum labour. So, they cure faster and unlike cement, do not require water curing.
How to use tile adhesive?
Tile adhesives are easy to use. All you need to do is mix the powder in the required quantity, adjust the consistency, and you are good to go. For mixing instructions, please refer to the product label or TDS.