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Fix-A-Floor Repair Adhesive Stock Number: ES1708231

4.6 out of 5 4.6 out of 5 (55 Reviews)

Fix-A-Floor Repair Adhesive - ES1708231

4.6 out of 5 4.6 out of 5 (55 Reviews)

Suitable for tile, marble, stone and wood flooring & tiles - no need to replace old tiles, simply drill and fill using this super strong adhesive fluid

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Fix-A-Floor Repair Adhesive

Are you having trouble with your tiles or flooring at home? eSpares can offer you a solution different to simply replacing loose or hollow floor tiles, with this super strong Fix-A-Floor Repair Adhesive. All you need to do is simply apply a little drilling and filling to your current tiles, and they will seem like new again!

If you were to decide to replace your problem tiles or flooring, it can become a costly process. Removing the tiles from the area will probably mean having to find a matching tile to replace it - and possibly the cost of a floor tiling specialist to carry out the task. However, the Fix-A-Floor Repair Adhesive provides you with a cost effective alternative, that is both simple in use and effective in performance.

Watch the Fix-A-Floor video below now:

Video showing Fix-A-Floor on wooden flooring:


To apply the adhesive, you simply drill holes in the grout around the tiles and, with use of a caulking gun, then inject the extra strength bonding adhesive directly. You then need to let it dry over 24 hours, before finishing the process by re-grouting the drill holes you previously made - it really is just a drill & fill exercise.

Just drill & fill through the grout lines (or wood), Fix-A-Floor will travel under the flooring and remove the squeaky & hollow sounds you have been experiencing.

Fix-A-Floor works on every type of Tile, Marble, Stone & Wood flooring - and one 10oz tube of this adhesive will cover approximately 2 to 4 Sq Ft.


  • 1 Tube contains 10oz of fluid
  • Suitable for tile, marble, stone and wood flooring
  • For interior & dry exterior applications (small or large problem areas
  • Super strong and very fluid
  • Permanent fix guaranteed for the life of your floor, (until you wish to remove & replace)
  • Does not foam or expand
  • Dries clear within 24 hours
  • Remains forever elastomeric (will not dry out & crack or lose its bond)
  • Eliminates the need to dig out the grout, rip up the old tiles & scrape off the thin-set
  • Eco-Friendly, Non- Toxic & Non-Flammable water based adhesive


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(55 reviews)

4.6 out of 5

Ease of fitting 4 out of 5
Quality 4 out of 5
Value 4 out of 5
  • 5.0 out of 5

    very good

    very fast delivery, only four days to Denmark. best regards Per Hansen

    Ease of fitting 5.0 out of 5
    Quality 5.0 out of 5
    Value 5.0 out of 5
  • Worcestershire
    5.0 out of 5

    Great product

    Really great product, really easy to use even for diy first timer. A few of my kitchen floor tiles were sounding hollow when tapped but 2 tubes did the trick.

    Ease of fitting 5.0 out of 5
    Quality 5.0 out of 5
    Value 5.0 out of 5
  • Surrey
    4.0 out of 5

    Good value

    A bit messy ,drilled holes as video,but still had remove loose grout. Glue flow very freely, let it sink in joints and top up and go allround tile.Then re grout so far no wobble.

    Ease of fitting 4.0 out of 5
    Quality 4.0 out of 5
    Value 4.0 out of 5
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42 Questions and 40 Answers

I have a ceramic tiled bathroom floor where quite a few tiles in the centre, mostly where the heating element is located, have become loose. Much of the grouting has crumbled away but although some of the tiles could be lifted out the heating cable is often embedded in the adhesive layer that remains on the bottom of the tile or, sometimes, on the false plywood floor that was laid for the tiles to be bonded to. I'm guessing that as several of the tiles are already very loose and the grout it already missing in many places I might be able to skip drilling the holes and with it the potential for damaging the heating element. Does that sound reasonable? I assume the drilled hole is mainly required to allow the repair adhesive access to the void between the tile and the underfloor. In my situation that is already quite well exposed in most cases. I would also assume that the new Adhesive will effectively bond together the disturbed original bonding/grouting under the tiles (in so far as it is able to spread in that area along voids and cracks). Am I making some assumptions too far? To do anything to replace the floor from scratch would mean a lot of disruption and probably end up as an entire bathroom replacement exercise. I would prefer to have it last a few years longer as I'm not that keen on pure white bathroom suites! So if something like the repair adhesive has some chance of working I would be willing to give it a try to see what happens. All observations and suggestions are welcomed.

By Grant P - Derby - 10 August 2015
  • Thanks Chris. The floor area that does not have heating under it still seems solidly bonded - other than the doorway but that is not a surprise. I think the heating element layout just gets under that section at one point. So I am sort of hoping that the flex that exists (the false floor is laid on top of a tongue and groove chipboard original floor) may be sound enough to work adequately well to extend the life of the installation - as you have suggested. That would be a suitable outcome for now. By Grant P - - 11 August 2015
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    Any repair on a flexing floor will only be effective if the original base was prepared correctly. The fact it has come away in the first place puts doubt on this. However it may 'extend' the useful life of the floor by using this product. The key is to be able to transfer the product under the tiles. Ultimately it may be a choice of attempting and possibly having to disconnect the heat system but keep the floor and suite.

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The tile in question makes a cracking noise if you stand on it. I've watched the video, the problem is, I have electric underfloor heating ! There is a good chance I will cut through a wire upon drilling ? If I limit the depth of drilling, to the thickness of the tile, will this process still work ?

By J.W. - Leicester - 16 July 2015
  • As removing the tiles could potentially cause more damage to the underfloor heating My Answer would have been…… Fix-a-floor is compatible with underfloor heating as it won’t suppress the flow of heat under the floor. Any repair work undertaken with underfloor heating involved needs to be carefully executed. I would advise drilling only to the depth of the tile itself to create a void in which to insert the adhesive. You will need to still drill the four holes at the intersection of the tiles but extra care should be taken due to the presence of underfloor heating. If unsure it would be advisable to seek further advice from the underfloor heating installation engineer who installed your system. By A.C - Birmingham - 17 July 2015
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    Although this may be possible we would advise against it as there is a high chance of damaging your underfloor heating. In this case we would suggest you actually have the tile removed but that may also damage the wiring so seek professional advice from a tiler.

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Re-grout first? 1 Answer

I have a bathroom tiled floor where I have some loose tiles and also where grout is loose. From your video, I see that you drill small holes in intact grout and fill, and that the adhesive oozes out the other drilled holes. As I have large gaps in grout already, should I grout first to close the gaps and then fix, or try and fix first adhesive first? I'm concerned it will just ooze out the gaps and not go under the tile properly...

By RK - Coalville - 20 March 2020
  • Parminder from eSpares
    Parminder at eSpares says...

    We would recommend filling the gaps between the adjacent tiles with a suitable bathroom grout to create a strong bond, before applying Fix-A-Floor Repair Adhesive.

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By John - Glasgow - 17 January 2020
  • eSpares Staff from eSpares
    eSpares Staff at eSpares says...

    According to the maker it depends on the size of the grout line itself but you can drill a hole between 3-8mm. If the grout line is narrower than 3mm you can drill a smaller hole and use a syringe to insert the adhesive, be careful not to apply too much pressure.

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By DD - Ireland - 28 February 2018
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    This is a water based adhesive that remains flexible so we would recommend it is not walked on for 24 hours but could be 'heated' after a few hours.

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Fix-A-Floor Repair Adhesive