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I need to secure a 1x6 piece of pine, 4 foot long to a ceramic tile floor, any suggestions on how to make it secure. Would liquid nails for marble work?
 

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What is this for? Letting us know the purpose, what this will be used for, how strong it needs to be, etc. etc. will get you an answer that is best suited to your needs.
 

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Like Blondy said, more info would help. But in general, I have secured 2 x 4's for cleats for kitchen islands with exterior grade deck screws and gone through the mortar joint, not the tile. This is also assuming there is a wood subfloor under the tile and it's underlayment.
Mike Hawkins:)
 

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Adhere wood to ceramic

The wood will have a slot and newel attached that will be holding a piece of 3'x3' tempered glass, the other end of the glass away from the newel will be against the wall. Used for a decorative barrier next to a 5 step staircase going down.
 

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PL Premium is a good adhesive---To bad the newel couldn't go through the tile and be attached below the floor,into the framing--Is that still a possibility?
 
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