ADH-55 or ADH-66 Light if fully exposed to sun and rain.
ADH-55 & ADH-66 Light can both be used as an adhesive and grout for domestic swimming pool applications.
Yes. After 24 Hours minimum drying time you can use ADH-66 Light, ADH-55,  ADH-44, ADH-33.
After 7 Days you can use ADH-66 Light, ADH-55,  ADH-44, ADH-33. After 28 Days you can use any of our Tile Adhesives
You can use either ADH-66 Light, ADH-55, ADH-44 or ADH-33 both above and below our SP-MAT. You will need to use a 6mm notch trowel below the mat (laying mat to the substrate). You will need to use minimum 10mm notch trowel above the mat (laying tiles). Tiles larger than 300mm x 300mm require a minimum 12mm notch trowel. The larger the tile the bigger the notch trowel required.
ADH-55. You will also need to ensure there is 100% contact on the tile before laying. This will allow for heavy traffic.
Firstly, thoroughly clean the surface with a pressure washer. Once dry apply one coat of PR-1. Leave this for 24 hours to dry then tile over using ADH-55.
Unfortunately no. As all of our adhesives are cement based these will not be suitable for Moisture Sensitive Stone.
You can try Mr Muscle oven cleaner (we have had some good reports on this). Spray onto tile & let it sit for a bit. Agitate with a white nylon scourer or brush then wash off with water. You may need to repeat. 
Yes. You can add up to 5% by weight of black oxide with ADH-55 & ADH-66 Light.  We will not guarantee colour consistency, but this won’t affect the product.
Yes, ensure existing tiles are completely clean with no contaminants & no drummy tiles. Apply one coat of PR-1 and leave to dry for 24 hours. Once fully cured apply 2 coats of WP-1 Pink.
Both the Pink and Grey WP-1 can be rendered over. It is however best to use The Pink One as it has grit in it so render adheres better.
Yes, you can. Just leave for a few days to fully dry out before tiling making sure no rain in this timeframe. Best to do three (3) good coats.
Concrete slab must have a slurry coat before laying SCR-100. We recommend a slurry coat on all substrates. Including over WP-1. This helps lock in the screed.