REBOND IT TILE REPAIR COMPOUND
PROFLEX™ Rebond It™ tile repair compound is an easy to use bonding compound designed to bond loose or hollow tiles without the costly expense of replacing them. This tile repair compound is a safe, easy to install, and easy to clean, is used by tile professionals and builders to provide an economical alternative to removing and resetting tiles or repairing hollow sounding tiles.
- Easy to use
- Cures in as little as 10 hours
- Bonds to most surfaces
- Quick Cleanup
- Eliminate the expense of tear out and re-installation of tile
- Ceramic Tile
- Quarry Tile
- Porcelain Tile
PROFLEX™ Rebond It™ is available in a variety of sizes to match the needs of your project.
- 10oz TUBES (24 tubes / 1CT)
- 32oz TUBES (12 tubes / 1CT)
- 1Gal. Container (4 gal. / 1CT)
- 5 Gal. Container (36 Ct / 1PA)
- IDENTIFY LOOSE AND OR HOLLOW TILES Identify the tile(s) that will need to be re-bonded. (Tap the surface of a tile, hollow sounding tiles will be in need of repair)
- PREPARING THE AREA TO BE FILLED Using a masonry bit, bore holes in 6 places in the grout surrounding each loose or hollow tile needing repair, (Be sure to use a bit slightly smaller than the grout joint). Additional penetrations may be required. Clear loose debris from the holes thoroughly. This can be accomplished by forcing air from the holes by tapping the surface with a rubber mallet.
- APPLICATION OF REBOND-IT COMPOUND Fill Rebond-It into each hole. There may be some initial resistance to filling the penetrations, apply additional, but not excessive, force to continue the fill. While filling the penetrations, tap the surface area with a rubber mallet to monitor the fill of the Rebond-It. Wipe away excess Rebond-It with a wet sponge, and follow with a dry sponge. Place a weight (25-30lbs) on each repaired surface for a minimum of 10 hours to allow Rebond-It to activate. Additional time may be necessary. After Rebond-It has sufficiently bonded, penetrations may be filled with grout matching original color. Remove any excess Rebond-It from penetrations with a knife or razor blade by using a vacuum on the penetrations.