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If you’re going to bond porcelain mitres together you’ll need an epoxy surface bonding resin.hello new at the forum, tiler from Norway.. seems like you know your way around miters and I'm trying to wrap my head round which product to youse to glue porcelain miters together for a seamless corner.. The Akemi colour bond looks like the easiest way but is that the best way..?? I have never heard about or seen any miter corner like this in Norway so it's difficult to get any info about this in Norway.. I have been a tiler for almost 20 years and have over 1000 bathrooms under my belt so know how to hold a grinder..
Thank you very much..!!!If you’re going to bond porcelain mitres together you’ll need an epoxy surface bonding resin.
Akemi 5010 will bond them together, polyesters only fill the joint.
5010 comes clear, mix with universal or specific epoxy colourants to achieve desired colour effect.
Do not use polyester colours.
hehe.. nice..I love Norway, ive been to geilo 3 times , hemsedal once . Once when I went I flew into dagali international airport , the terminal building was pretty much a shed .