307 Ceramic Tile Adhesive

Heavy Duty Epoxy Tile Adhesive
Weight: 28 lb
Dimensions: 14 in × 8.5 in × 7 in
Product Description: 

307 Ceramic Tile Adhesive is our industry standard epoxy tile adhesive.  The 307 is a thixotropic gel that can adhere tiles applied to vertical and overhead surfaces.  The 307 is formulated to provide for a tenacious bond to most ceramic, metal, concrete, fiberglass or wood surfaces.  307 is moisture resistant and will even cure underwater.


  •  Excellent Adhesion to most Surfaces        
  •  No VOC’s or Solvents
  •  Tough and Durable Surface
  •  Chemical and Solvent Resistant
  •  Water Clean-up Formulation


Typical application and uses are:

  • Ceramic Tile Adhesive
  • All Purpose Bonding
  • Crack & Joint repair
  • Patching and repairing
Application Instructions: 


  1. Surfaces to be sealed should be clean of dirt, oils, surface water and loose paint or coatings.
  2. Prepare and clean surface by grinding or sanding to provide clean and open surface.
  3. Thoroughly mix measured amounts of 1 part of Part-A Resin with 1 part of Part-B Hardener by volume until streak free.  Scrape side and bottom of pail frequently during mixing to insure a good mix. Mix only enough that can be applied in 45 minutes. 
  4. Spread mixed epoxy with trowel, a cloth or sponge dampened with water can be used to smooth epoxy surface.  Clean up any un-cured epoxy with warm soapy water or solvent.

2 Quart and 2 Gallon Kits

Product Category: 

Polygem, Inc. warrants its products to be free of manufacturing defects and that, at the time and place of shipment, our material will meet current physical properties when applied within Polygem’s directions and tested in accordance with ASTM and Polygem standards. Polygem, Inc’s liability is limited to replacement of material found defective. As Polygem, Inc. has no control over the use to which others may put its products, it is recommended that the product be tested to determine if suitable for a specific application and/or our information is valid in a particular circumstance. Responsibility remains with the architect or engineer, contractor and owner for the design, application and proper installation of each product. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to be a recommendation to use or as a license to operate under or to infringe any existing patents.

Data sheets are subject to change without notice.