Glass Tile Backsplash – Glass tile is a colorful addition to any kitchen. When used as a splash guard you can add character and charm to the room. Pair colorful glass tiles with white counters to add a splash of bright color or match the other vivid colors in your kitchen. The brick glass comes in a variety of colors and sizes. The easiest to install are sheets of glass. Because they are built from small squares and mounted on the paper backing, you will not need a luxury tile cutter. Customize the size of the sheets with scissors to make your 100 cents original splash return.
Spread a piece of cardboard. Measure the dimensions of the splashes and draw a sketch of the area. Adjust your tile sheets on the cardboard. Cut the tile sheets with a pair of scissors and arrange the sheets to create your design. Spread a tarpaulin or plastic sheeting on top of the bar to protect it from dripping. Spread a ¼ inch of tile adhesive along the bottom of the splash guard with a notched trowel. Remove an installation sheet from the stencil liner and tap on the adhesive. Press on the glass tile with a rubber hammer to fix firmly on the adhesive.
12 Picture Gallery: Installing the Glass Tile Backsplash on Kitchen
Smooth grout on tile cups, rubber trowel moving back and forth to evenly distribute grout. Choose a grout without sand. Dip a clean sponge in the water. Clean the fronts of the tiles to eliminate the remains of joint. Let the grout dry for 48 hours. Polish the surface with a clean, soft cloth.
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