"I've used many differing brands of tile adhesive over the years, and have to admit that this one is up there with the best of them. Handy 15kg tubs, for a very reasonable price. Reliability?? Yup, it performs there too. No tile slip, good adhesion, easy cleaning up, good resistance to moisture under general bathroom usage.
Mapei once again supply a great product. Their mastics and sealers are great stuff too.
"Used on uneven plaster wall. Good consistency, Easily worked. Spreads well. Good coverage but more like 3 rather than 6m2. Excellent adhesion. Allows time for adjustment but sets in reasonable time. Colour means it seems to make less mess than grey adhesive and suits light colour grout. Keeps well (weeks) in resealed tub. Good value for convenience of ready mixed."
"Looked around at all the usual DIY stores and found this to be the cheapest option for ready mixed adhesive in a large quantity. Works as it should, quite thick and has a reasonable curing time to play around with if needed, needs at least 24 hours to go off in my case though (I was leaving it 48 just to be sure). Would recommend and buy again"
"Great value and held and set in good time , and the odd tile I had to take off a couple of days later was very well stuck but also cleaned up very easily . . . . . not that I cocked up and had to take a couple off you understand."
"You get confidence as soon as you start to spread this stuff. Great grab and pull from the onset. Also if you are using beige porceline or similar colour tile then it's colour does not show through a jasmine grout too much - another bonus. Knocks UNIBOND into the weeds!!"
"A good adhesive with a excellent grab. On opening the adhesive appeared quite firm, a good mix makes it more plyable. I achieved about 50-60% of the quoted coverage (quoted coverage assumes an overall 60% tile coverage). I also 'buttered' the tiles before appyling to ensure maximum bond, takes only a few seconds. I have applied to both plasterboard and aquaboard. I had to remove a tile 10 days after fixing, the cement had firmly bonded to the tile and the wall (removed part of the plasterboard backing paper surface in the process). Where the backing paper was removed, showed slight sign of adhesive moisture, however this was November with only passive heating from ajoing room. On whole, good value."