Installing Glass Tile Backsplash

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This is just an extra quality step I picked up from an installer friend of mine when discussing the details of how to install a glass tile backsplash.

Installing glass tile backsplash. To apply hold the trowel at 45-degree angle. Back butter the clear glass tile with a thin film of about a sixteenth of an inch. To see where the tile will end at the top of the installation.

Prime the flat edge of the trowel with a small amount of mortar. We installed this subway tile in Ladera Ranch over the granite backsplash using Mapei Prim Grip. If you have outlets on the wall you plan to install the backsplash you will need to cut the tile beforehand.

Its important to use white adhesive because any color behind the tile will show through the glass. Do it yourself Bri shows you how to install a glass tile backsplash. Place the tile into the flattened mortar and beat it in using a beating block and a mallet or grout float to eliminate any voids.

Follow the lines you made when the tiles were dry fit to the wall. This line serves as your cutting guide to fit tile along the counter. Place the mosaic sheets or tiles along the wall.

The manufacturer recommended this mastic for this type of tile. Knock down the mortar ridges. Apply painters tape along the back edge of the countertop to protect the granite.

Test outlets before proceeding to place tile. Since glass can be the sole material in an installation it is essential to choose a bonding mortar that meets its unique demands. You should allow the mortar to dry at least 36 to 48 hours before grouting.

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