Decorative Mirror Tiles for Walls

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Mirror tiles for walls – This task was lucky enough to see it in first person, well, second because I did nothing, just look and point the steps which I am now going to develop here after consultations on the web to compare and complete information that need concepts of construction. In my case, it was a toilet for an industrial building, seen concrete, unique tiles were the decorative frieze that surrounded the mirror. Normally, when you engage a mirror in the bathroom, it is usually because the mirror is large and is difficult to find a piece of furniture for it, or because we don’t want to subtract space to this stay with robust corners protruding, built-in mirror saves space and ease of cleaning.

For this task we will need mirror tiles for walls, or tiles that we need to tile silicone masonry to secure the mirror to the wall, cement glue, water, a trowel and a rubber Mallet, cross cutting of plastic and silicone for sealing joints.

The first thing you need to do is buy or order mirror as you wish. When you mirror place it in the chosen area and mark its shape to start working to its around. Note that the mirror does not protrude the frame of mirror tiles for walls, it must be similar to the tile thickness, taking into account the fixing elements, cement and silica, which will rise a couple of centimetres thick. Therefore, when you buy the mirror already you must have chosen tiles.

Removing Mirror Tiles for Walls

Mirror tiles for walls are like traditional ceramic appearance, except they have a reflective surface. These tiles can be used to create artistic designs or cover an entire wall. While mirrored tiles mounting tape affixed to the back, which are often challenging to remove. Removal from the surface of the wall always causes damage to the wall in need of repair.

Instructions to remove mirror tiles for walls: spread a thick drop cloth on the floor to protect it from glass fragments. Wear safety glasses and heavy gloves to protect themselves. Place a saw blade or a putty knife on top of the upper tile mirror. Slide behind the tile, and move in a movement from side to side to begin cutting through the adhesive strips behind the tile.

Continue to cut down approximately 1-inch until it breaks through the best adhesive strips. Set the saw aside and grab the top corners of the reflective tile. Gently pull outward, away from the wall. Apply 2-3 tablespoons of mineral spirits to a rag and wipe the wall with a firm pressure to remove any adhesive tape.

Finally, to remove mirror tiles for walls, collect 1-2 tablespoons of joint compound with a spatula. Apply joint compound to the wall in areas where the drywall paper ripped or where there are holes. Wait until the compound is dry, and sand with sandpaper medium grain.

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