TAVY Thin-Skin Underlayment System Roll$49.95
TAVY Thin-Skin Underlayment System - Roll 100 sq ft
Two-Part Underlayment 30 inch x 40 ft
Available Roll or Cut
The TAVY Thin-Skin Two-Part Underlayment System will allow anyone to set tile over any sound surface.
The TAVY Thin-Skin Underlayment is simply trimmed to size and glued to the existing area, using TAVY #007 Glue. Skim-coat the top of the TAVY Thin- Skin Underlayment and you’re ready to set tile
TAVY Thin-Skin Underlayment is a technically engineered non-woven fiberglass reinforced fabric/paper
Tavy Thin-Skin use on:
• Plywood • Lumber • Linoleum • VCT • Vinyl • Cut Back Adhesive Residue • Formica Type Laminates • Sound Painted Surfaces • Porcelain • Plastic • Metal • Fiberglass • Corian • Cultured Marble • Dry Wall • Ceramic Tile • Porcelain Tile • Concrete
- Increase tiling applications by eliminating tear outs of the existing surface
- Allows for tile or stone to be set on any sound surface
- Lightweight and easier to transport (less than 15 lbs. per 100 square feet)
- NO dusty mess to clean up
- NO additional height added to any surface as opposed to current underlayments
- NO waste, all TAVY Thin-Skin Underlayment pieces are usable regardless of size and shape
- 25% - 50% lower cost than other underlayments
- One roll of TAVY Thin-Skin Underlayment and one gallon of TAVY Thin-Skin #007 Glue will cover 100 square feet
- Thin-Skin Underlayment is ideal for making templates for difficult cuts
- No need to buy or install nails/screws
- Minimize overall load weight
- Crack suppression up to 1/8" over concrete
5-Step Easy Installation
Step 1: Installer should sweep the sub-surface and make sure that the sub-surface is free from oil, wax, and dust.
Step 2: Apply TAVY Thin-Skin #007 Glue to the sub-surface using a minimum 1/8" v-notched trowel.
Step 3: Install TAVY Thin-Skin Underlayment by unrolling the product into the wet #007 Glue. The Underlayment should be pressed into the #007 Glue with the flat edge of a trowel to remove all air and to ensure the bond between sub-surface and Underlayment.
No cure time is required moving from Step 3 to Step 4
Step 4: Mix a batch of mortar that is the consistency of syrup. This mortar is then used to Skim-Coat the Underlayment. The Skim-Coat is performed with the flat edge of a trowel. This procedure helps key-in the mortar to the Underlayment. The final dried result will be a surface that looks like a rough concrete floor.
Step 5: Start setting tile over the dry Skim-Coated Thin-Skin Underlayment according to industry standards as if you are tiling over any new clean tile-able surface or installed backer board system.