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Questions and Answers

Adhesive floor tiles

Yes, but the tiling must have been cleaned first to remove residues and contaminants. This is because pressure-sensitive adhesive only grips the surface if there are no contaminants between the adhesive agent and the substrate.

Immediatile must be laid indoors on top of surfaces which are flat, clean, dry, and dust-free, and on which water does not pool. Immediatile can be installed on top of existing tiling, plasterboard,  wallpaper, plywood panels, and concrete/cement

Immediatile cannot be fitted on oily surfaces or on plastic laminate materials. Surfaces painted with high-gloss or oil-based, or which are flaking may need to be sanded slightly.

A primer is needed for surfaces with absorbency problems, such as concrete, cement, plaster, and wood. When laying on top of tiled surfaces though, it is not necessary.

We cannot provide a guarantee for Immediatile if any brands other than those recommended are used.

The non-stick paper can be repositioned, however, we recommend you do not remove it until necessary  as the adhesive bonds with most surfaces and could be hard to clean off.

Gently positioned tiles can be removed and repositioned. Permanent grip  is only achieved when pressure is applied. Badly positioned tiles can be removed using  either a lever or a screwdriver for the smaller tiles or crowbar for larger sizes.

You can heat it up with a hairdryer in order to soften and remove it. 

If you wish to use a wet-cutter, cut the tiles positioned  upside down, with the paper facing upwards. The tiles must be dried immediately with a cloth. We recommend you do not remove the backing paper before cutting the tile. Use a cutter to cut the paper after cutting the tile.

Immediatile products all meet the requirements of EN 14411:2012 Annex L Group BIII and UNI EN 14411:2012 Annex G Group BIa.

Adhesive floor tiles