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Problems with dips in finished project

I can deal with the odd bubble but after spending hours making art tiles the following day 90% of the tile had dips in the center. They were not moved and were in a room where no-one else goes

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Glossy Accents when dry on art tiles dip in the middle


Sounds like you're describing what we usually call a 'fish eye' in the paint. It usually comes from a greasy film on the surface. Normally the surface would need to be cleaned/degreased and/or primed before painting. Not sure what was involved in your process of 'making art tiles' but if you painted them with an oil/alkyd/solvent based paint, it could create a 'fish eye' effect if the glossy accents you applied on top is latex/water-based.

Nov 23, 2013 | Ranger Ink Glossy Accents - Clear...

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Mosaics involve assembling small pieces of items such as glass, stone or other materials and putting them together in some kind of pattern that creates a wonderful piece of mosaic art.

If you are new to mosaics, make sure you choose a good project to get started with. Straighter lines are easier for newer mosaic makes, ie take a frame or mirror to work around as curved edges take more experience to navigate.

Certain surfaces are easier to stick mosaics to. Beginners should start with terracotta pottery, glass and cement.

Don't go crazy buying supplies for your mosaic making, but there are certain basics that you will always need, such as;

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Make sure you buy enough supplies to finish the project you are working on. There is nothing worse than getting near the end of a pattern and discovering that you have run out of tiles.

If you are making a mosaic project that you are going to leave outdoors, make sure you use a protector sealant so that it will last.

on Dec 09, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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Ceramic tile installation


To Start a Ceramic Tile Project:
1st: Figure out the Size of the Room-Length x Width. This will give you the suare Footage of the Room, and will Determine the amount of Materials You will need for Preparation of Floor before Tile Installation.

2nd: Pick out the size of Tiles, and the Color you wish to Purchase(Decide if it is a High Traffic Area) Tile Comes in different Grades, and if a High Traffic area, you will need a Higher Grade Tile.

3rd: Materials needed for Preparation- Hardy Backer Board(1/2"-3' x 5'). HardyBoard Screws, Unsanded Mastec, Spacers-Depending on Tile Spacing/size of Tiles, 1' x 4' boards. (Tools Needed- Drill, Chalkline, Measuring tape, 3/16 x 3/16 Trowel, 1/4 x 1/4 trowel).

Installation; )Preparation) 1- Apply a 3/16 x3/16 trowel of Unsanded mastecon floor before laying the Backerboard. Screw the Backer Board to the floor recessing screws. (Never have Backerboard meet with 4 pices meet together, off set each piece of backerboard during Installation). After sweeping the room, use a trowel to fill screw holes with unsanded Mastec. Tape all Joints and fill with un-sanded Mastec.(Let Dry for 24 hours).

Tile Installation:- 1st- Sand Mastec used for joints, and screw holes. 2nd- Sweep roome very good and vacuum very well. 3rd- Measure each wall to find the Center Point of the room.(I prefer nailing a board down across one side of the line to keep tiles straight, and butt tiles to the board, and put spacers in between tiles). I use a 1/4" trowel to butter tiles before laying. With using Spacers, buttering tiles, laying tiles.( I prefer using a 2 x 4 and tap tiles across with a rubber Mallet to keep all tiles same heigth). Let One side tiles laid for 24 hours. 4th- Then do the same thing with other side of line.

Finishing Project: Once all the tiles are set, and all spacers removed. Mix up color of Choice unsanded Grout, and follow Manufacturers mixture Specs. Use grout Float and fill Spacing between Tiles. Let dry for 15 minutes. Use bucket of Clean water and Big sponge rinsing frequently removing all Grout from Tiles. Let dry for 30 minutes, and clean tiles again with Clean Water. Let set overnight. Next day, take Clean towel and rub haze off the tiles. Lastly, Seal Tile and grout.

Enjoy your project, and the Satisfaction of doing it yourself. Hope i was some help!!

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For Danze Sheriton/Plymouth tub/shower faucet, I am finishing the wall with ceramic tile and have set plumbing so plastic guard face will be flush with finished tile. One drawing in the instructions shows...


Don't cover area where plastic guard should be. Make it flush. Some trim is designed to recess into the wall before it's flush. Screws, adapters, trim etc. all will need to be installed when tile is set. Make sure you have nipples extending out from shower head and spout area's as well. If you do this and think ahead a little, you will have fewer problems assembling trim.

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I need to buy a tile saw I was searching on the internet & after spending 3 hours I came across this impressive website http://www.ciciliotandson.com/. I just want to ask you that are they reliable ?


Hi, I just went to that site you posted, I don't know what saw you were looking to buy, the saws looked like good quality, BUT they all looked very overpriced. Ive been doing tile since 1984 and have owned, mk,target, felker, pearl, tile saws. everyone of these saws have a 10 inch blade and are very very good for a thousand dollars you can get these saws with saw stand,blade all the gauges ready to cut.the pearl saw \pearl abrasive co.\vx 10.2xl has a 1 1\2 hp motorweights 83 pounds and cut a 2 foot by 2 foot tile or a 18x18 diagonally,great saw,the mk, target and felker have saws that will cut the same size of tile but are bulky in size.if i was you go ask tile setters at a tile store, before you buy a saw.good luck Chad

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