Q: What is Fix-A-Floor?
A: Fix-A-Floor is an Extra Strength bonding adhesive customised for the specific use of Re-Bonding loose and hollow tile, marble, Porcelain, Stone tile floors or even squeeky wood floors without the headache and mess of removing or replacing them. Its simple and easy to use and can be done by anyone who can operate a drill, caulking gun and nix a small batch of grout. 


Q: Will Fix-A-Floor work if I have heated floors?
A: Yes! We have customers using Fix-A-Floor with heated floor elements all the time with no problems.

Q: Some of my grout is missing or completely gone? How can I use Fix-A-Floor?
A: If bits and pieces of grout are missing here and there around the problem area, just go ahead and Drill & Fill, the adhesive will actually help to re-bond the bits that are cracking and loose. If your grout is completely gone we recommend lightly re grouting the area allow to dry and then Drill & Fill!

Q: Can I use Fix-A-Floor to fix my entire floor or just a small area?
A: Fix-A-Floor works great on all size problem areas from 1 tile to the whole entire floor! Works on all types of Tile, Marble Stone & Wood floors too!

Q: Can I use Fix-A-Floor outside on my patio or deck?
A: Yes! Fix-A-Floor works beautifully on interior and exterior applications.

Q: Can I use Fix-A-Floor in my shower or Pool?
A: No! Fix-A-Floor is not recommended for areas with exposed to excessive

Q: Is Fix-A-Floor Safe?
A: Yes! Fix-A-Floor is a non-toxic, non-flammable and Eco-Friendly water based adhesive.

Q: Do I have to place buckets of water on my floor after I Drill & Fill?
A: It is recommended you place some kind of weight on the area to aid in curing and to be sure no excess adhesive is trapped under your floor before re grouting. It is not mandatory.

Q: What if I don’t see the adhesive coming up out of the other holes?
A: While filling Fix-A-Floor will usually come up and out of the other drilled holes. If this does not happen move to another hole and continue to fill, the adhesive is still travelling under the floor. If you see the adhesive coming back up out of the hole you are filling, be sure you are NOT pressing the tip of the tube down onto the sub floor.