Question about Daltile Bathroom Accessories Resin Soap Dish Ceramic Tile & Stone
I have a resin soap dish made by "Fired Earth Ceramics". It has a perfectly flat back side. It's going to be mounted on Green Board. Will Liquid Nails be a satisfactory adhesive or would you recommend something better. The surrounding tile is being installed with mastic, but the mastic can says specifically not to use it to install fixtures.
Liquid nails will do the job but you can also use clear silicone provided both surfaces are dry.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
You can use the grout that your gonna grout the walls with,put a glob of it on the back of soap dish and push it and move it around and remove the grout that pushes out,you can knock a hole in the center of the wall so when you push the soap dish in the grout will go into the hole and harden forming a ball bigger than the hole and when it hardens it's like a molly holding the soap dish on the wall really good,you should always use cement board instead of green board
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
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