Kwik Grip Ice White Wall Tile Adhesive

Size: 10 Ltr

ID: 13765

4 Stars (108) Reviews

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ID: 13765

Kwik Grip Ice White Wall Tile Adhesive

4 Stars (108) Reviews

Ask a Question (19)

£19.95 Inc. VAT/Per Unit

Size: 10 Ltr

ID: 13765

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KWIK GRIP ICE WHITE WALL TILE ADHESIVE SPECIFICATION

Product ID 13765
Material type

Adhesive

Suitability Walls, Internal
Size

10 Ltr

Sold By Unit
Weight 15 kg
Tiles Per Pack 1.00
Brand Toolshed Tiling Accessories
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DESCRIPTION

Tiling a wall space? Use our own-brand Kwik Grip Ice White Wall Tile Adhesive. It's not only extremely flexible, but it's also water resistant, and is ready-mixed; unlike a lot of adhesives, you don't need to mix it. Just take the lid off, and away you go!

You can use this adhesive to tile straight onto various different backgrounds, such as plasterboard, plaster, existing ceramic tiles, painted wall, cement, sand rendering, tile backerboards, worktops and wooden backgrounds.

90% of tilers we surveyed preferred our brand over BAL White Star. 

* Covers 6-7 Sqm

* Non slip

* Very flexible

* Water resistant

* High bond strength

* 90% of tilers preferred Kwik Grip Ice White Wall Tile Adhesive to BAL White Star

PRODUCT REVIEWS

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5 Stars

Did exactly as expected

Published 10 Aug 2019

5 Stars

Does what it says on the tin

Published 7 Aug 2019

5 Stars

Great product easy to use and strong adherence even when upside down!

Published 28 Jul 2019

Free Delivery Next Day Free Delivery Next Day

We deliver to mainland UK addresses and all delivery prices are fixed inc VAT.

Standard Next Day Delivery (all orders over £150) - Free
Standard Next Day Delivery (all orders under £150) - Up to 10 KG = £7.99, 20 KG = £11.99, 30 KG = £15.99, Over 30 KG = £24.99

Orders placed before 4pm, next working day delivery or Select your delivery date.

AM or PM Delivery - £49.95
Timed Delivery - £49.95
Saturday Delivery - £74.95
Sunday Delivery - £74.95

Standard Sample Delivery - Free (2-3 working days)
Next Day Sample Delivery - £3.95 (orders placed before 4pm, next working day)

Find out more about our delivery service here.

Adhesive & Grout Finder Adhesive & Grout Finder

Need a helping hand finding the correct adhesive and grout for your chosen tiles? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Just use our helpful Adhesive and Grout Finder tool. In a few easy steps, it will serve up the perfect product for your tiling project. Click here to get started.

30 Day Returns 30 Day Returns

Easy online 30-day returns. If you receive damaged or incorrect tiles you will need to inform us within 2 working days of delivery. We will refund any surplus tiles in their original boxes within 30 days of the date of delivery. You will have the right to return goods if you are not happy with your selection or change your mind.

Find out more about our returns and exchange service here.

30 Day Exchange 30 Day Exchange

As well as our 30-day refunds and returns, we are proud to offer a 30-day exchange period. This means that you are still able to return any unwanted tiles back to us within 30 days of your original purchase date for a tile exchange. These tiles must be unused, uninstalled, in good condition and in their original packaging. Unfortunately we do not accept exchanges on adhesives and grouts, only tiles. We also do not accept exchanges on clearance and end-of-the-line job lot items.

Find out more about our returns and exchange service here.

Need Help or Advice? Need Help or Advice?

We're here to help! Contact our friendly Sales & Customer Service teams today. Expert in-house tiling advice and help by Phone, Email or Live Chat.

Telephone: 01536 314730 Monday - Friday 8.00am to 7.00pm, Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm. Email: sales@wallsandfloors.co.uk or customerservice@wallsandfloors.co.uk

We also offer bespoke technical support & advice on your tiling projects. Telephone: 01536 419981 Monday – Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm.

Find out more about our sales and customer service teams here.

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (19)

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Could you please help me with specifying the best adhesive for a 'tile on tile' application?

I am a domestic customer who is about to tile over existing ceramic wall tiles in a kitchen. The existing 100 x 100mm tiles are sound and most have a matt glaze with the odd tile having a gloss glazed image. My new tiles are standard 200 x 100mm glazed ceramic (purchased from Walls & Floors).

I notice that your web site points me to Kwik Grip Ice White adhesive (which appears to indicate that it can be used on existing ceramic tiles). Would you recommend that I use a primer beforehand and if so, which one? I am keen not to get anything that is too rapid as I am not a professional tiler!

Can you help me please?
Chris Jones | 3 Jun 2019
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Hi Chris

This adhesive is fine for fixing tiles onto existing tiles. The most important things to consider are that firstly, the existing tiles a secure (any loose tiles should be removed) and secondly, they must be completely clean and free from grease/oil. To clean, a good scrub with the LTP Grimex will do the trick. Once they are rinsed and dry, no further primer or preparation is required, as the adhesive is polymer modified so will stick to both matt and gloss finishes.

When tiling onto impervious surfaces such as existing tiles, this can extend the drying time of the adhesive. Although the tiles will be set, it can take a longer period of time to release all its moisture, and as such, would recommend that the tiles are left for a minimum of 3 days before grouting.

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our Sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 3 Jun 2019
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Hi, Is this adhesive suitable for an alcove where an electric fire would sit, or would it be best to get a heat resistant mortar?
Emma Louise DITCHFIELD | 23 May 2019
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Hi Emma

It depends on the maximum potential temperature of where the tiles are being installed. This adhesive is suitable for use up to 90 degrees, which from experience, electric fire surrounds rarely reach due to the way the heat is directed. But if the temperature is likely to get hotter, we would recommend the Palace Heat Resist adhesive:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/palace-heat-resistant-tile-adhesive-10-kg

If possible, run the appliance and attach a thermometer to the intended area, and monitor the temperature before making your final decision.

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our Sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 23 May 2019
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How many tiles can be fitted with the 10 lire kwik grip ice white please?
Sam Downing | 16 Apr 2019
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Hi Sam

It depends on the size of tile and the trowel notch size you will be applying with. But you can expect to achieve 5-7 sqm per bucket.

If you wish to discuss your requirements in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 16 Apr 2019
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Hi,
I'm tiling 300x100x8mm ceramic tiles, mostly onto HardieBackerboard, but some onto new plaster. This is a shower enclosure but will not be in constant use. Is this product suitable. The information on the tub suggests that it is but having reviewed some forums there are a lot of people suggesting that ready mix is not adequate for shower areas.
Thanks,
Ian
Ian | 30 Nov 2018
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Hi Ian,

Ready mixed adhesives come in two classifications; D1 which is suitable for showers and intermittently wet areas such as bathrooms and domestic showers. D2, which this adhesive is, is also suitable for intermittently wet areas but is also flexible so that they can be used with power-showers. Although it is the preferred option by some professional tilers, cement based adhesives (such as our Stand-Flex) are only essential when fixing porcelain or natural stone, or any tile including ceramics 300x300 or larger.
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-tile-adhesive-standard-flex-white-tile-adhesive

For any shower area, we also recommend waterproofing the substrates with a suitable tanking system such as the Ardex WPC:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ardex-tile-preparation-sealants-ardex-wpc-waterproof-protection-coat

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 30 Nov 2018
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I am looking to buy the Tundra satin white linear tiles which are 275 x 360mm. They are going onto a new wall. Dot and Dab and not plastered. Which adhesive would you recommend. it is for a bathroom so some waterproofing would also be advantageous. Also do you supply the Tundra satin white ( Plain Tiles ) to go with my linear ones.
Dave Coulton | 23 Oct 2018
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Good morning Dave,

Our Kwik Grip Ice White Wall Tile Adhesive would be fine to use on the wall that you are wishing to tile.

We would recommend using our Bal Waterproofing Kit https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/bal-tile-tools-prep-maintenance-wp1-waterproof-shower-kit each pack covers 4.5sqm.

We have a Gloss and Matt tile in the same range as the Tundra Satin White Liner tile, please see the links https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/tundra-freedom-tiles-gloss-white-medium-tiles https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/tundra-freedom-tiles-matt-white-medium-tiles

If you did want to see a sample, please order online or for more advice/help with ordering contact our Sales Team on 01536 314730, alternatively email sales@wallsandfloors.co.uk

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Martin Bradford Reply | 23 Oct 2018
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Is this adhesive suitable for mosaic porcelain tiles?
Jonathan | 25 Sep 2018
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Hi Jonathan,

This adhesive can be used for installing porcelain tiles on walls up to 150x150mm in size, so fine for use on porcelain mosaics.

If you intend to lay the mosaics on a floor, we would advise the Stand Flex cement based adhesive:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-tile-adhesive-standard-flex-white-tile-adhesive

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 25 Sep 2018
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We are going to tile over some slim wall tiles in a toilet is this possible, also what adhesive should we use please. Regards patricia
patricia moran | 18 Sep 2018
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Hi Patricia,

This adhesive is suitable for installing wall tiles no larger than 300x300 on to almost any surface, including existing wall tiles. However there is an element of risk as the success of the installation depends on on the surface the old tiles are stuck to and of course, how well they are adhered. So although it can be done, we would always recommend removing the existing tiles.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 18 Sep 2018
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Hi, will this adhesive be suitable for tiling over emulsion painted walls? It's for a kitchen splashback using Mini Metro tiles.
Thanks
Sam | 11 Sep 2018
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Hi Sam,

We do not recommend any adhesive for painted walls. The issue is that the moisture from the adhesive will soften the paint which is likely to cause it to de-bond from the wall with the weight of the tile. Therefore the paint must be fully stripped before installation.

However this adhesive will be suitable for the metro tiles on either bare plaster or plasterboard, or a suitable tile backer board.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 11 Sep 2018
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Does a freshly plastered wall need to be sealed before using this product?
Tony | 23 Aug 2018
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Hi Tony,

With this adhesive, providing the plaster has had sufficient time to dry, priming is not required. Unless the plaster is extremely porous, in which case we would recommend priming with a diluted coat of Palace Tilers Primer:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-preparation-products-palace-tilers-primer-1-litre

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 23 Aug 2018
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Hi Is this adhesive suitable for mirror tiles, want to be sure it’s non acidic and won’t eat into the back of them?
John | 24 May 2018
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Hi John

Due to the moisture content, we would not recommend this for Mirror tiles/mosaics. To ensure no reaction occurs with the backing we would recommend fixing and grouting with the Mapei Kerapoxy Design:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/mapei-kerapoxy-design

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 24 May 2018
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Which acrylic primer do you recommend to use on drywall plaster before tiling with Kwik Grip Ice White adhesive?
Annie | 5 Apr 2018
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Hi Annie,

This adhesive can be used direct to most existing surfaces including plaster and plaster board without the need for a primer. New plaster should be lightly sanded to remove the shiny smooth surface. This will allow a better key for the adhesive to adhere. Once cleaned, you can apply a diluted coat of the recommended Palace SBR Tilers Primer at a ratio of 1:3 with water. Leave to thoroughly dry before tiling:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-preparation-products-palace-tilers-primer-1-litre

Alternatively if you wish to use an acrylic primer, we also have the BAL Prime APD:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/bal-tile-tools-prep-maintenance-prime-apd

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 5 Apr 2018
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Is this suitable for tiling onto glass splash back?
Mr Paul Sode | 24 Mar 2018
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Hi Paul

Although it is suitable for fixing glass tiles, we would not recommend it fixing tiles to a smooth glass surface. The recommendation from all manufacturers is to remove the glass and tile onto the main substrate. However the best solution that has been tried before by previous customer, [although we cannot guarantee the level of success due to many variables], is to degrease the glass, and prime with a slurry coat of SBR primer mixed with an S1 powdered adhesive 1:1, leave to dry then tile with the same adhesive:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-preparation-products-palace-tilers-primer-1-litre
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/mapei-adhesive-keraquick-white-tile-adhesive

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 24 Mar 2018
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Hi there, I am wanting to order your Blackfriars Gloss Black Tiles to go behind my cooker. At present the cooker has a satin stainless steel splashback covering the area to be tiled - could you please let me know whether your Kwik Grip Wall Tile Adhesive would work for attaching the tiles to the metal surface or is there any product that you supply, for example Tilemaster Ultimate S2, that could be used as it is not practical for us to remove the splashback. Thank you.
Ann Bainbridge | 18 Mar 2018
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Hi Ann

As it is not possible to remove the splashback, the only adhesive we have that is guaranteed to work on steel is the BAL Singlepart Fast Flex. The surface will need thoroughly degreasing before applying the adhesive but no further preperation will be required. The adhesive is extremely flexible and as such the grouting will require an additional additive:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/bal-floor-tile-adhesive-powders-single-part-fastflex-grey-tile-adhesive
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/bal-wall-tile-grout-micromax2-white-wall-and-floor-grout
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/bal-floor-tile-grout-admix-gt1

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 18 Mar 2018
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Can this adhesive be used for large wall tills 600 x 300 and
hat would be the drying time expected with a 3 - 4mm bed thickness?
N Preston | 12 Mar 2018
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Hello and thank you for your question,

We would not recommend this adhesive for a tile of that size. It would be better to use a cement based adhesive for extra grip strength and enhanced drying time, please take a look at https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-tile-adhesive-uniflex-white-wall-floor-tile-adhesive-20kg

Kind regards,
Walls and Floors
Callum Chester Reply | 12 Mar 2018
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Can this als be uses to grout the tiles?
Mr Mike Clark | 18 Feb 2018
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Hi Mike,

We would always recommend a separate grout as depending on the area, the performance of adhesive when used as grout is unpredictable. Being designed for a specific purpose, grouts have better anti-mould properties and moisture. A good one to go for, which is suitable for any situation is the Mapei Ultracolour Plus Range:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/mapei-ultracolour-plus-grout

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 18 Feb 2018
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Are the tiles all the same colour/pattern, or are they all different. Just wondering if it would be noticeable if all tiles were the same and not random design.
Stuart Petrie | 17 Feb 2018
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Hi Stuart,

This product is the adhesive for fixing wall tiles. If you have a question relating to a particular tile, please post on the tiles page. Alternatively, please contact our sales team on 01536 314730 and they will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 17 Feb 2018
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Hi, would you know if this could be coloured to achieve a grey adhesive and what would you suggest to use.
Radka Lloyd | 7 Jan 2018
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Hi Radka,

We would not recommend adding anything to a ready mixed adhesive as it could harm the consistency and reduce the bond strength. Instead, depending on the surface you are tiling to or the material you are fixing we would advise to purchase a grey cement based adhesive such as Standard Flex (slow set) or Kwik-Flex (rapid set):
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-tile-adhesive-standard-flex-grey-tile-adhesive
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-tile-adhesive-kwik-flex-grey-floor-tile-adhesive

If you would like further assistance in choosing the correct adhesive for your project, please contact our sales team on 01536 314730 and they will be more than happy to help.

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 7 Jan 2018
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Is this product heat resistant?
Janet Carter | 13 Dec 2017
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Hi Janet,

This adhesive is heat resistant up to 90oC. It can therefore be used for areas subject to moderate heat such as behind a gas hob or a gas/electric fireplace. If you are tiling around an open fire or wood burner, we'd recommend upgrading to the Palace heat resistant adhesive:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/palace-heat-resistant-tile-adhesive-10-kg

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 13 Dec 2017
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How many buckets do I need to do 16m square of tiling please? I know this is not an exact science but a ballpark figure would assist please?
Sally | 14 Nov 2017
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Hi Sally,

The average coverage is 6-7 sqm per tub, but this is dependant on the tile and trowel size being used and how flat the walls are. 3 buckets should be ample for most situations but if you would like to discuss your project in more detail, please contact our sales team on 01536 314730.

Kind Regards
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 14 Nov 2017
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