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anastatia
Vancouver, WA
(Zone 8a)

March 11, 2011
5:16 PM

Post #8421050

http://www.bonderatilematset.com/

I just read about this new item that is secured to your wall and then you simply PRESS the tile to this product and grout. No messy adhesive!!
Jan23
Salem Cnty, NJ
(Zone 7b)

March 30, 2011
8:16 AM

Post #8460250

This sounds like just the thing I need for my backsplash. Thanks!!!
FrillyLily
springfield area, MO
(Zone 5b)

February 1, 2012
9:01 PM

Post #8991566

so has anyone actually tried this stuff yet? I seen some at Lowes (? I think) and I still have my reservations about it. It was kinda pricey too, if you are a DIY, it would not be the way to go. IF you had to hire and pay labor maybe it would be worth it. But I would worry that 5 years from now ?? it could dry up behind the tile, get brittle and the tile could start to separate from the wall? or something like that.
anastatia
Vancouver, WA
(Zone 8a)

February 4, 2012
2:07 PM

Post #8994673

I wonder if there is a guarantee of any kind.
scooterbug
Tellico Plains, TN
(Zone 7b)

December 5, 2012
11:21 AM

Post #9350539

Any feedback on this product ?

GFWaco

GFWaco
Bellmead, TX
(Zone 8b)

April 1, 2013
10:50 AM

Post #9468703

I know this is an old thread but just to answer, yes, I love Bondera and would not use anything else anymore! it is fantastic and I did a bathroom make over with it.

Angel
FrillyLily
springfield area, MO
(Zone 5b)

April 1, 2013
1:10 PM

Post #9468859

well I think the question here is how the product holds up over time. Say 5 years from now after the regular use of a bathroom, with steam, hair dryers and such, what happens to it? 10 years?
It may be easy to use and it may be affordable or whatever, but long term quality is?

GFWaco

GFWaco
Bellmead, TX
(Zone 8b)

April 1, 2013
3:06 PM

Post #9468963

It was pretty tight and seemed to have enough holding power. Of course you can't use it with anything larger than 4 inch tiles either so... I suppose time will tell.
Good Question

Angel

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