I used it on two floors back in December. So far so good. Almost too good to be true. Time will tell.I have a tile over tile job coming up. Existing tile - a mud job in pristine condition.
For those who have used this product, how did it work out for you, your experience with it ?
Is this for real?angus242 said:Eco Prim is designed to grip a tiled surface. There's no need to grind tile before using. It's better because it is faster, cleaner than grinding and gives a great surface for thinset to grip to when installing the new tile. You will more easily remove thinset from atop a tiled surface than you will remove Eco Prim, scuffed surface or not. I've gone through almost 20 gallons of Eco Prim and it's an incredible product. I have not used it to install tile over tile....not something I believe in doing but as a primer/bonding agent, it's the cat's ass.
Just making sure I understand what you are saying. I was a little confused on what you said you do. Are you saying you belt sand the tile to remove the glaze and then ECO?I've used it a few times on small bath floors. Floors have all been solid with no cracks.
I belt sand the tile to scratch the glaze and to remove the cleaning products.
I've ground off glaze,too. Eco is so much nicer.