11:08AM | 02/24/04
Member Since: 02/23/04
1 lifetime posts
Over a year ago, I had a small section of ceramic tile replaced due to hairline cracks. Now again, the new tile is also getting hairline cracks. I really do not want to get it replaced again. I'm wondering if there is some product out there I can use on it. Something with a thin brush that I can paint on the tile that will glue it like super glue to prevent further cracking. Something that dries clear and will look unnoticable. I just don't want it to get any worse. It's not in a high traffic area. Thanks for your help. Kathy Wolk


04:10PM | 02/24/04
Member Since: 08/27/03
254 lifetime posts
it's probably the subfloor, what is it installed on? concrete?

no product I know of will help. Powerful forces are making the tile crack.
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