plan tile layout. Measure and Lay Out the Backsplash. apply thin set to wall with a notched trowel. Mix and Apply Thin-Set Mortar. apply tiles to the thin set. Lay the Glass Tiles. cut glass tiles with tile cutter. Cut and Polish Tiles. grout with unsanded grout to avoid scratches. Grout the Tile Backsplash.
Next, apply 1Â½-inch-wide masking-tape strips along the top and bottom edges of the tile backsplash, and to the sink faucet. 10. Use a rubber float to force premixed tile grout into the joints between the tiles on the backsplash wall. Scrape away excess grout from the countertop with a margin trowel.
Attach the Tile. Mix thinset, or your chosen tile adhesive, according to directions and spread on a small section of the wall with a drywall trowel. Press the first piece of tile into the wall with a little twist, leaving a 1/8-inch expansion gap at the countertop.
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Installing Glass Tile Backsplash
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