Ceiling tiles Glue with LOCTITE “power grab” all – purpose construction adhesive over existing ceiling tile, Ul Rated.We recommend using DAP Contact Cement . That works great But the new neoprene based formula does not work at all. Installation to a clean smooth surface with overlapping edges, design is 24″ x 24″ and actual size is 24.25″ x 24.25 ” to accommodate the 1/4 inch overlapping edge. Also available in standard Grid Size, 23.75″ x 23.75″ to allow you to glue to existing grid ceiling tile. Thickness 0.35 mm Ceiling Tiles Class A Fire Rated. 1. Prepare the surface: Wipe off the ceiling / surface and make it smooth and even. Remove loose plaster, paint, wall paper etc. 2. Center your room or Draw an angle: draw straight lines in the corner (in width and length part) and make a 90o angle, for starting point of pasting. 3. Apply the adhesive any good quality Contact Cement to a clean dry surface. 4. Place the sheet in the required position (first sheet at the 90o point) and press firmly. Long lasting & Durable Widest range to choose from Partly replaceable Colorable (Any good quality paint) No Fungus & Termite Effect Convenient Size 2′ x 2′ Washable (with mild detergent) Weatherproof Waterproof Light in weight Dust proof Recyclable Dimensionally stable Easy, Quick & Low cost in fixing Easily cut with Scissors In a Grid System or Suspended Ceiling our PVC Ceiling Tiles can be installed as an alternative using a support backing of plywood or similar item. We suggest when installing in a Grid, Suspended or Drop Ceiling System that it is a great idea to paint the grid after removal of any existing grid ceiling tile. We recommend painting the T-Bar or Grids with spray paint to match or coordinate to match your preferences. If your Suspended Ceiling system be in size 24″ x 48″ you might consider converting to a 24″x 24″ Grid glue two to your 24″ x 48″ ceiling tile.
- Price for pack of 4 tiles
- Faux Tin Silver decorative plastic ceiling tiles 24×24 pattern 6×6
- Easy to cut,can glue to any flat surface,overlapping edges
- DIY Fire Rated