Craft: This leads me to a very, associated discussion with ASTMs 31 91, the process substrate absorption test. That test is probably one of the more important tests, I would argue even more so than moisture testing, because it really helps the installer determine what type of adhesive to use or how much adhesive. A lot of adhesives out there will say, for porous substrate, use the large notch trowel, because of it’s going to soak in. For the non-porous substrate, maybe put it on with a paint roller, put a very thin layer, because there’s no place for that residual excess adhesive to go. If the wrong trowel is used on a non-porous substrate, then it tacks off and there’s no touch. The layer of adhesive touching the concrete may still be wet. Put the flooring in, it doesn’t cure properly, the adhesive doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do because it’s not allowed to dry. It is going to look like a quote, unquote, concrete moisture-induced flooring failure. In actuality, it was just the wrong spread rate. But this almost laser-focus to rush in and do a post-failure analysis moisture test, see that it’s high, and then basically stop the investigation saying, elevate a moisture. That’s the cause but it doesn’t tell you the source.