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Category : Ceramic Tile

All about ceramic tile and what to do with it with how to videos

How to make a shower pan with Video

How to Make a Shower Pan A mortar shower pan is so much nicer than a store-bought fiberglass unit. Once you established your drain setup you’ll want to buy a shower pan drain as shown in the video. 1) I like to ...

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How To Install Tile Board

Tile board is great, and should be used whenever you’re installing tile on either wall, floors and yup you guessed it, ceilings. When tile board gets wet that’s all it gets, is wet. When sheetrock gets wet. Well, that’s a ...

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How To Cut Ceramic Tile

OK, first, let’s talk about the scoring blade type of tile saw. They work great on some tile. Just a long as the tile has a smoother finish you will be fine. For something like a bathroom wall tile where ...

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How To Clean Tile Grout

The heavy duty cleaner I use in the video is made by “Miracle”. It’s called Heavy duty ACIDIC cleaner. It’s a professional grade cleaner for grout, tile and non-polished marble, granite and other natural Stone. Being that it is an ...

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How to Grout Ceramic Tile

Know what grout to use There are many different types of grout. In this video for grouting a floor, we would use a sanded grout. For a smaller grout lines for walls, we would use a non-sanded or epoxy grout. But ...

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How to install ceramic tile.

Installing ceramic tile isn’t that hard at all. Most of us get scared off from the stories of the tile popping, or even the “I dropped a pot and the tile broke” stories. Well rest assured, after watching my video, ...

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Tile a Countertop Backsplash

Tile a Countertop Backsplash Go to small like 1×1 tiles and you’ll have a harder time keeping it straight. I like to use 4×4, 6×6 or even 8×8 tiles. Now you need to know where to start. Start from a edge, either ...

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