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Thinset (also called thinset mortar, thinset cement, dryset mortar, or drybond mortar) is an adhesive mortar made of cement, fine sand and a water retaining agent such as an alkyl derivative of cellulose.[1] It is usually used to attach tile or stone to surfaces such as cement or concrete.


  1. ^ "Mastic vs Thinset – Which should I use?". Tile Tools. Retrieved 14 June 2014. 

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