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Excess grout can mess up a ceramic tile job. To avoid excess grout, use a release agent on the ceramic tile. To actually remove the grout, scouring pads and water work best. Using other things like acid can result in damaged tiles.

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How To Tile Step Trim TIPS Add Color and Dimension with Different Tiles Stair Riser Tile Adds Character and Flair Match Tile to Mood and House Theme Make Sure Tile is made for Outdoors CLICK HERE to Get Tim's FREE & FUNNY Newsletter! DEAR TIM: I’ve got an exciting outdoor patio project I’m about to […]

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Having a flat floor is critical when installing ceramic tile. High or low spots in the floor can cause the tile to crack. A new electronic laser level helps you locate the high or low spots in your floor.

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Grouting tile can take a toll on your knees and back without proper protection. Discover how to grout tile that will last. Ceramic tile grout is available in several forms. Tile grouting requires the proper type and the proper mixture. Follow these tips and with a little grouting practice, you will get great results on your ceramic tile flooring or ceramic wall tile.

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Tile Falls Off Wall TIPS Organic glue skins over Walls not flat Thinset is best adhesive Cover fast before it dries CLICK HERE to Get Tim's FREE & FUNNY Newsletter! DEAR TIM: The 8-inch by 10-inch wall tiles in my bathroom are bulging out in places. I pushed on them and they moved. Further investigation […]

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Chipped tile repair is easy if you have the right products and some skill. You need oil paint that matches the color of the tile, special primer and clear two-part marine epoxy. It is also a good idea to have some toothpicks handy.

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Tired of grout lines? Try replacing your ceramic tile tub and shower surround with cultured marble. It is waterproof and keeps its shine for years with minimal care.

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