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If I need to replace a broken recessed soap dish in the shower then I would definitely contact with a professional as they can fix this problem very easily.

Posted on Jul 18, 2013

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SOURCE: Installing a resin shower soap dish,

liquid nails will do the job but you can also use clear silicone provided both surfaces are dry.

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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contact Daltile to see if they have a replacement. If they do you will have to have contractor purchase for you as Daltile does not sell to general public

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They probably use wrong adhesive that is not hard yet and have tenedency under pressure to squeze out between grout lines. Yes they need to address the problem immediately.

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First clean floor down to plywood. Then buy mastic, notched trowel and tile spacers from hardware store. Lay out tile in the pattern you want by cutting them with a tile saw you rented. take out dry laid tile and mastic a small area and install til making sure you press the tile into mastic. Insert spacer and install next tile.

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