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CEMIX TILE BOND LATEX is a modified latex, designed to prime porous substrates. It can also be used as an additive, in place of water, for CEMIX powder tile adhesives and grout. It improves adhesion, workability, and is resistant to water and frost.


CEMIX TILE BOND LATEX can be used on concrete, cement renders, screeds, fibrous cement sheeting, plasterboard and CEMIX approved waterproofing membranes. When used as a primer, suitable for use in interior wall and floor applications, including bathrooms, toilets, laundries and kitchens. When used as an additive, suitable for interior and exterior use.


• Stabilises the surface, making it ideal for the application of adhesives

• When added to grout, improves adhesion, workability and water resistance


As a Primer: Varies according to the substrate condition. Approximately 5m2 to 8m2 per litre of product. 

As an Additive: Refer to manufacturer’s recommendations for CEMIX powder tile adhesive or grout.


All workmanship must be carried out in accordance with AS3958.1.

PREPARATION: The substrate should be free of dust, grease, wax, oil, dirt, loose plaster, laitance, curing compounds, paint and all other friable materials and contaminants likely to prevent the adhesive bonding.

New concrete should be left with a wood float finish and sufficiently aged as per manufacturer’s recommendations. Smooth surfaces on new and old concrete should be scabbled. All substrates should be structurally sound, securely fastened and properly supported to eliminate any movement that may cause cracking.


The concrete substrate must be absorbent or porous. Test this by sprinkling water on the surface. If the water readily soaks into the concrete, the surface is suitable for application. If the water beads on the surface, the concrete is not suitable for application and any previous coatings need to be removed.

Supplier Item#

1L - 21039, 4L - 23026

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