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• 1. various sizes are available;
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• 3. Both waterproof and non waterproof available;
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• 5. Perfect effect on flatness and glazed surface;
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Q:how to install floor tile in a diamond pattern?
If your not overly familiar with doing tile a diagonal isn t the easiest to start on. Lay out and proper tools are a big help in your preplanning. Right size trowel and large enough wet saw and had cutter is a must. Get the longest straight site line and split the room in 1/2 with a chalk line. Lay tile back to the wall and figure the size of pc(pcs) you need. You can cut a few of these pcs as a starting point. Knowing you split the room you should be equal when you get to the other side. A perfect straight edge will help keep your lines straight. Use this on all sides as you build out from that wall and lay as though your doing a straight lay just that your on a 45 degree. Or if you are doing an open ended area , you can cut several tiles in 1/2 and work back. A bit trickier but overall look is better. Don t cut tiles directly in 1/2, you must cut just off center if this is a starting point. Very hard to do and takes experience. Any specific questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Q:Glass (mosaic tile) for kitchen counter?
Great question. I install custom high-end tiles and I retailed such for many years. I have to say... just about every answer to this quesiton that I have read thus far is incorrect. If you do choose to use a glass mosaic tile, be sure and use one that is manufactured by a reputable company. I recommend Bisazza... IT IS GLASS, sold in the US, and its found in many European countries in social areas where people actually walk! Anotherwards, it is very durable, difficult to scratch and when installed correctly, nearly impossible to break. Also, with a glass mosaic tile, you want to be sure and use an epoxy grout. These grouts are much more difficult to install but will not stain, fade, or change color... EVER. As for cons... the first would be price. Bisazza starts at $8.00 a sq and that would be for a very basic looking glass mosaic tile. Also, if you're paying for the installation, contractors do get more money for installing glass... you need an installer that has experience installing glass (not just ceramic tile)... very important. Lastly, most contractors also get more money for installing the epoxy grouts... but whether you use glass or any other kind of tile on a COUNTER TOP, make sure you use epoxy grout so you don' t ever have to worry about stains and maintenance of your grout. I say if that's what you want... pay for it and do it. Tile installations are already costly and it's worth paying for what you want. I just can't stress enough that you want to use good material, a tile setter that is well-experienced working with glass, and an epoxy grout. Good Luck
Q:White Tiles With Grey Spots?
Tile won t stain under normal circumstances so I suspect the glaze is a bit worn off rt in front of the fridge.. That can be a wet spot that will dry eventually or stain the tile body in which you have no choice but to r and r the tile(s).. GL
Q:DIY mosaic tiling?
Do NOT try to sand or grind off the formica top!! That is a terrible idea!! Instead go to the lumber yard or home center and get thinner for formica cement, or any brand of contact cement thinner, or, barring that, try your hand with acetone. Try to start the top separating by prying at an edge or even breaking off a chip, use a brush and flood the crack or edge with the thinner and the formica laminate will come loose so easily you'll probably be surprised. The glue bond is never that good with formica, what makes it stick so well is simply the fact that it is such a large gluing surface area in a typical formica application. Work with a cheapie, throw-away brush and a putty knife. Use the putty knife to lift the formica and keep flooding the area near the putty knife with contact cement thinner via the brush. The formica laminate will come off very easily. If you don't feel like dealing with removing the formica, don't try to stick tile to it. Instead, try applying some 1/8 thick fibreboard, using the same formica contact cement and a lot of fasteners. Then, do your tiling with the firbreboard as your substrate. But, removing the formica laminate is actually very easy. The thinner gives off nasty fumes, do it outside or in a very well ventilated area. Once the formica is off, keep rubbing down the wood substrate with the thinner to get rid of as much of the gunky contact cement residue as you can. You can brush on the thinner, then scrape the softened glue off with a paint scraper and finish the wood off rubbing it with a cloth dampened with the thinner. This should not take long. Then, hit it with a coarse sanding to prepare it for tiling. This is the perfect project to try your hand at working with tile.
Q:how do I drill through ceramic tile?
Pretty much what these guys said, but i would recomend using a masonry bit with a hammerdrill. I not only rotates the bit like a drill but also has a back and forth motion like a hammer hitting a nail. Makes it easier to drill and extends the life of the bits.
Q:Asbestos ceiling tile?
Like others have said it's imposable to tell without testing. Asbestos is very expensive to remove and the tile if left alone (kept sealed with paint) is safe.
Q:How best to start a tiling job?
To be honest with you it does not matter if you do the floor or walls first. Some people prefer not to do the floor first as they will make a mess of the floor when doing the walls and it will take additional time to cover or clean the floor. And NO you do not always start in the center. In some cases starting in the center will cause you to have very small cut tiles on the edges. You should measure and find the center and dry test tiles with the 1st tile centered in the room checking to find the cut size of the tiles on the outside end. You should never have a tile less than 1/2 on the end. Example a 1 or 2 cut tile is a mistake if the tiles are 6 or larger. If the tile is less than 1/2 its size then start with the 1st tile on the edge of the center line. Always keep the same size cuts on both sides and never end up with small pieces.
Q:Quarry tiles - replace or restore?
My opinion? Replace. I believe you would not be happy with the restoration since they were not laid properly in the first place. Doesn't matter which costs more if. in the end, you are unhappy with the results.
Q:Can I paint the ceramic tile in my shower ?
You should probably go to a tile specialty store and ask them what is available. My guess would be that if something does exist it is not going to look very good. Fiberglass kits are made that can be bonded to the old tile and provide a new surface of a shower stall. These kits are not difficult to install, basically you clean the old tile and then glue the new panel over it. Check with you local home improvement store, they should have them. For a much better look I would suggest going to the home improvement store and taking their free tile classes. This would allow you to lay your own new tile. You will still need to remove the old tile first. Again the home improvement store is where they can tell you how to do this. It's going to be a major demolition requiring you to basically remove and replace your shower walls. This sounds like a lot of work doesn't it... it is but I've learned that doing something right is always better than doing it half way.
Q:Paint tiles!!!?
It sounds to me like it will go well together. If you're going to paint the tiles, I think it will have to be spraypaint, for them to still have a nice smooth finish. And I think even then, it won't be long before the paint starts to peel off. Tiles just don't take paint or even primer very well.

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