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steps
1- prepare the surface
2- prepare the mix
3- poor the mix and fill the gape
4- finish and clean

Step 1: Collect Your Tools


white cement
some nails
steel brush

epoxy resin for concrete (optional )

Step 2: Prepare the Surface

remove any dirt
remove old joint with nails
remove any sand ,old cement under the joint by using the steel brush
it should look like clean and deep

Step 3: Make the Mix

mix the white cement
with water and epoxy solution
1 liter of water + 250 mll of epoxy

Step 4: Poor the Mix

Step 5: Clean and Put Some Weight

clean the excess white cement and put some

weights on the tale

<p>Damn in one of my house the flooring work is not done great by the contractor and i found the loose tiles out after days till then i released all money.</p><p>I find your ible very useful for me and its very clear and upto the point with videos. Thanks a ton. I have one query about epoxy? from what i know, epoxy are the two part mix, and they become so sticky with almost 24hrs to cure. So are you referring the same epoxy.</p>
I'm glad that i could help you about your question The epoxy not the same 1 u talked about this 1 is for enhancing the concrete it's a resin epoxy it used to glue old concrete with the new concrete or make the concrete more solid
This is an awesome idea. I have so many loose and wiggly tiles!!
<p>work work work<br>u have 2 repair it</p><p>specially</p><p> if the problem on your roof </p>
<p>This is a great how-to! I love how simple this is!</p>
<p>ty , u r my first replay ever &lt;3</p>
<p>Is there no problem with &quot;cement + water + epoxy mix&quot;? </p><p>Have that harden and bonded enough?</p>
<p>u can test it hardness </p>

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