Evolve Glue 4 Gallon Bucket 600 sqft


E-Grip Evolve flooring adhesive is a high-performance adhesive designed specifically for installing flooring Iso-Step® 2mm and 5mm rubber acoustic underlayments to flooring substrates. This premium adhesive works especially well when installing Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) tiles and planks with rubber floor underlayments. With its strong, durable, moisture-resistant and alkali-resistant bond, it is ideal for commercial applications. E-Grip Evolve has an excellent open time, develops strength quickly, performs well under rolling loads and resists indentation. Its low volatile organic content makes it ideal for use in occupied buildings.

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  • Strong bond with Iso-Step® Floor Underlayment 2mm and 5mm thicknesses (E-Grip III flooring adhesive is required for 10mm and 12mm thicknesses)
  • For use with installing Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)
  • No Mixing required
  • Easy to trowel and easy clean up
  • Resistant to indentation
  • Plasticizer migration resistance
  • Low VOC formula meets SCAQMD (South Coast Air Quality Management District Rule 1168)
  • CRI Green Label Plus Certified

Evolve Glue 4 Gallon Bucket 600 sqft

Additional Information


All substrates must be clean, structurally sound, dry, solid and stable. Substrate should be clean and free of dust, dirt, oil, grease, paint, curing agents, concrete seals, loosely bonded toppings, loose particles, and old adhesive residue per the ASTM F-710 standards. All surfaces must be level, even, flat and smooth per the flooring manufacturers recommendations.

Flooring Trowel Size Trowel Type Approximate Coverage
Luxury Vinyl Tile, Luxury Vinyl Plank,
Iso-Step® Rubber Underlayment
1/16″ x 1/16″ x 1/16″ Square notch 100 to 125 sq. ft/gal
1/32″ x 1/16″ x 1/32″ U-notch 150 to 200  sq. ft/gal
Coverage shown is for estimating purposes only.
Actual job site coverage may vary according to substrate conditions and setting practices.