GOOGLE 1510tileall to see repair clips. Rapidly repairs all Granite, Tile, and Stone related issues or installs all counter tops. Uses and Directions: ~ Chipped counter tops: Overfill when applying to broken pieces and push firmly into place. Always clamp for the most invisible of seam results or tape tightly down with duct tape. Once excess is dried, razor it off the finished surface. May be used to fill in small missing pieces. Remains flexible for hours if you decide to dig out attempt and try again. ~ For cracked tiles: Force epoxy into cracks with a putty knife. If crack is an extreme hairline crack, tile may need to be removed from bed to be able to get the epoxy into the crack. Then follow the directions below. ~ Broken or loose tile: Remove tile from floor. Leave old mortar on floor and on back of tile. To repair a broken tile, apply to broken edge and clamp pieces together. Razor off the dried excess. May be used to fill small missing pieces but it may need to be tinted using food coloring, polyester or epoxy tints. Once repaired, apply epoxy into the old mortar bed and to tile and reseat tile firmly into it's original position. Let excess dry then razor off. Tinting rarely needed since cured transparency blends in perfectly to most substrates. ~ Stone countertop installs: Will cover 144 sq. in. (apx. four 22" longx 1-1/4" thick joint lines.) When used to install counter tops, joint lines do not need to be taped since amazingly, the dried excess will not stick to the slick finished surfaces. Tinting rarely needed since cured II 29's transparency blends in perfectly to most stones colors. Can be tinted if needed with food coloring or polyester or epoxy tints. Mix and apply to both edges. Clamp edges for maximum bond. Do not remove excess epoxy. Let dry then razor off the excess. Indoor/Outdoor use... cures in frigid temps...Sandable....Paintable...Waterproof. Only yellows if exposed to direct sunlight.