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Norcros Rock-Tite Porcelain Primer 15kg

SKU: 451475
In Stock
£32.99 each
£32.99 inc VAT

Norcros Rock-Tite Primer is fibre-reinforced, polymer modified cement-based primer designed to improve adhesion and bond strength when applied to the underside of porcelain and other low-absorption types of paving.

Key Features

  • Polymer Modified
  • Suitable for Porcelain and Natural Stone
  • High Strength Bonding Agent & Fibre Reinforced
  • Norcros Life Time System Guarantee *when used in conjunction with Rock-Tite Mortar and Brush in Grout
  • Includes graduated mixing bucket
  • Coverage: 5kg - 7m2

Easy to use and suitable for use in both internal and external settings, Norcros Rock-Tite Primer is ideal for floor prep in both domestic and heavily trafficked installations. Mixing and application is incredibly simple - just use the included graduated mixing bucket, add water, mix until smooth and then apply an even coat of the slurry over the underside of each slab using a suitable brush or roller before laying onto the mortar bed. Watch Rock-Tite Installation Video

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Anonymous 24/06/22

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Alex 18/06/22

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Guest 12/09/21

Primer for outdoor porcelain tiles

This stuff worked a treat. Really easy to mix with a paint mixer attachment on a drill. 3 sachets in the tub was great so I could lay patio in stages and not waste any primer . Extremely strong sticking power

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Guest 12/09/21

Primer for outdoor porcelain tiles

This stuff worked a treat. Really easy to mix with a paint mixer attachment on a drill. 3 sachets in the tub was great so I could lay patio in stages and not waste any primer . Extremely strong sticking power

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Simon H. 20/08/21

Great

Great

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Gary B. 14/07/21

how much water do you use per 5kg bag

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Our advice: You would mix one 5 kg bag with 1.6 litres of water.

Gary B. 14/07/21

how much water do you use per 5kg bag

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Our advice: You would mix one 5 kg bag with 1.6 litres of water.