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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2018 7:44 pm 
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What would be the best adhesive to stick wooden board to ceramic tile? I've watch the 2017 best adhesive but no test on wood to tile. The wooden board in kitchen bended which we need very strong adhesive to stick it back


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Not sure on the specifics of sticking to ceramic tile, but something like 'Stixall' should do it.
I've used it on non porous smooth surfaces like metal before with good results.

You will need to make sure you have a method of holding the board back to the tile one the adhesive is applied until it has set though.

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CT1?
Gorilla glue?


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jaeger wrote:
CT1?
Gorilla glue?
Will those hold? I know they have high feedback, probably need a lot for 2.5m
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Not sure on the specifics of sticking to ceramic tile, but something like 'Stixall' should do it.
I've used it on non porous smooth surfaces like metal before with good results.

You will need to make sure you have a method of holding the board back to the tile one the adhesive is applied until it has set though.

We did it once but the adhesive we used wasn't strong enough hence bended again, we use 2 floor to ceiling pole to hold


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jaeger wrote:
CT1?
Gorilla glue?

Gorilla won't hold on smooth tiles, it will tend to skin but will potentially detach if given a sharp tap.

CT-1? Why are people thinking about really expensive solutions?

A kitchen fitting approach is to clean and degrease the tiles (sugar soap, washing soda solution,, etc - both far more effective than washing up liquid, Flash, etc BTW). Dry thoroughly then use a cheap silicone sealant - even the £1 a tube stuff will do. Whatever you use you will need to support it and press it against the tiles while the silicone goes off (12 to 24 hours). It's that simple

If the timber is bowing, though, it indicates that one side is getting much more moisture than the other. Is the timber bars, or has it been finished in any way? (What type of timber is it?) You may need to think in terms of screwing through the timber and tiles and fixing into the masonry (?) beyond to keep in from bowing again.

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There are many types of silicone, not all are suitable for his application.
The OP never said price was a consideration, so I stand by CT1
even Fix-all or any other power adhesive over cheap £1 silicone,
but CT1 would be my go-to, it's worked in many applications for me.


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The original post said the timber bent ( well bended) attached to the wall in the kitchen. Wouldn't surprise me if the timber was absorbing moisture from cooking and washing and expanding more on it's external face.
For what it's worth I've used bog standard mastic successfully , although I have used other stuff where specified . Expanding foam will do the job as well as long as the timber is supported and not allowed to bulge out I found too.
One thing I will add is that when using mastic I was taught to apply it in circles rather than lines. It was explained that the air "trapped" in the circles exerted a partial vacuum type if the object started to move . Even though I wasn't fully convinced I have tended to follow those instructions t's been a while since anything has failed.


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Sorry for late get back, I have took some pic of the wood and the tile area https://imgur.com/a/uS550j1
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pic attached. Mod 2.

I presume it is absorbing moisture?


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