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3) Identify the look you want to achieve with your floor. Choosing ceramic tiles can be made easy by considering these general factors: Desired look tile size and durability. a.
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Many manufactured tiles are poorly made and will not hold up to the uses they are marketed for. Of course there are many quite excellent manufactured tiles too so you
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For removing these elements equipments such as sharp utility knife razor blade and grout saw with wooden or plastic handle can be used. Once the tiles are free of grout
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Be careful though with areas that will get much use such as around a fireplace where logs will be placed or fireplace tools will be used. Low fire tiles and
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A large frog leaping out from your shower wall at body height is probably not a good idea. Obviously porous tiles are not good for wet areas. So long as
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However no matter the type of tile or the use of the tile it should be taken care of because clean ceramic tile is a key component in both the
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Furthermore during the removal process gloves and safety glasses should be used to protect your hands and eyes. If working in a bathroom or shower area it is preferable to
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Your plywood floor has to be at least 1 1/8 inch thick and supported by an equally strong underlayment beneath it. Ceramic tiles are heavy and would need a subfloor
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There are three main types of floors (or subfloors) that you might encounter when starting on your ceramic tile installation: a. A concrete floor - Working ceramic tiles over a