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Mapei Adesilex G19 10 Kg

£79.16 (Inc. VAT)
£65.97 (Ex. VAT)
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SKU:
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Size:
10 Kg
Coverage:
approx. 20m2 per 10 kg; 10m2 per 5 kg; 4m2 per 2 kg
Mapeil Adesilex G19 10 Kg

Mapei Adesilex G19 10 Kg

Product Information 

Ideal for bonding wet room flooring 

Two-component epoxy polyurethane adhesive used for

bonding rubber, PVC, semi-flexible vinyl sheet and tile,

textile and linoleum floor coverings internally and

externally on new or existing substrates.

CONSUMPTION: approx. 20m2 per 10 kg; 10m2 per 5 kg; 4m2 per 2 kg.
APPLICATION: notched trowel.

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