It can be full spread with no problem.
The only thing that will give you enough coverage for is carpet tile.I just use a paint roller for the pressure sensitive adhesive .
I agree, but IVC says to use one. I always use a trowel anyway.The only thing that will give you enough coverage for is carpet tile.
Yeah but they've only changed their install instructions about 5 times since it hit the market lol.I agree, but IVC says to use one. I always use a trowel anyway.
For a while, IVC was saying to use one of the two-part sealers.IVC sealer is latex. So is Armstrong S-761. IVC doesn't really even need to be sealed. It's an afterthought, not a necessity.
I've become a reluctant fan of that crap Taylor sells in a toothpaste tube called Infuse. It reminds me of the old S-200. It's nasty, but if you pay attention, it's pretty easy to use. Just make sure you have some acetone and a seam roller.
Speaking of changing sealers, remember when Armstrong didn't even have one? That was the strangest time. They were testing 570, but they were telling everyone to use 553 on urethane products and wipe it off. Nuts. They had a cool as hell bottle for 570 with the needle deal, but the stuff took 8 hours to dry. Later they came out with the accellerants and stuff like the mucho brillo and the poco brillo. I was buying the little bottle kits and 570 and bought a metric fu** ton of the kits and then they discontinued the cans of 570.
Live and learn. hehe