So, let's skip the "how" and get to the mistake. I used VersaBond (A118.1, A118.4, A118.11) "Polymer modified" "fast setting" for the entire project. It wasn't till today that I was looking up dry times, when I realized my mistake and that "Polymer Modified" is the same thing as "latex modified" which is great for the bottom layer, but not for the top.
I used 16x16 tiles over about 1+1/4" wood subfloor. So, my question is likely obvious and could be summarized as "what would you do" -- after you're done throwing a few tools thru windows and crying in your beer.
Do I rip it up? If so, just the tiles or Ditra as well? Or, do I simply have to wait longer. In the instructions it says it may take 14 - 60 days for latex modified to cure. I'm assuming in my case if I'm to wait, I would wait the whole 60 days since I used 16x16 tiles. Or, is waiting a complete waste of time and I'm just delaying the inevitable? I am going on a 14 day vacation in a week. So, staying off it at least for that time would not be a huge inconvenience. Also, it's fairly hot and dry here. Around 85 - 90 in the day and 65 at night and I could keep heat and/or air moving on the tiles if that helps. The tile is interior, climate controlled to 75.