At present, quartz stone is increasingly used in various public places, family spaces, and other places. Due to the extremely low water absorption rate of quartz stone, the surface is difficult to paste, and when traditional cement mortar is used for bonding and laying, if it is not handled properly, water spots and discoloration are likely to occur, resulting in more hollowing, cracking, shedding, bulging, etc. than natural stone. Various problems.
Quartz is used in more and more places on the ground. In order to avoid this undesirable phenomenon, the choice of materials is particularly important. The thickness of the quartz stone should be more than 20mm. When purchasing, it should be used with the quartz stone manufacturer for ground use. The formula of the quartz stone floor tile is different from other application fields. The adhesive should be abandoned using traditional cement paste, and special glue powder should be used. Because the surface of the quartz stone is smooth, it is necessary to avoid the separation of the adhesive and the adhesive before the application.
Quartz stone floor paving requirements:
1. Stir the rubber powder. The ratio of rubber powder to water should be 2 (rubber powder): 1 (water). Stir evenly after 3-5 minutes, then stir again for 2 minutes before use (use within two hours).
2. Adhesive, brush the adhesive 2 hours before the board is used. The adhesive must be completely transparent before use.
3. After paving, confirm that there is no clear water or dust on the base surface, scrape the quartz stone adhesive (strip shape / full batch scraping) with a thickness of 7mm or more, and the same method on the back of the stone, the thickness is 2-3mm, then paste the quartz stone and use a rubber mallet Tap lightly to make the newly attached quartz stone completely fit the adhesive. Then correct the seam between the horizontal and the adjacent board, pay attention to the seam between the stone should be reserved 3mm or more.
Precautions: After the quartz stone is installed, it must meet the specified requirements (usually after 48 hours) before walking on it, so as not to cause uneven paving or damage.