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Cannot find 2 tile soap dish-back wall that measure 4"hx8"wide.

I had a copper pipe leak behind the wall and had to remove to 4" tiles
and now I need to cover up that hole.

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  • hergrace1 May 31, 2009

    Hi Charlie:

    I have 1 piece of 4" by 4" tile left. The other broke when it it was taken
    out. Fortunately, it is in a good place for a soap dish.

    Jeane


  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 11, 2010

    Can you cut the pieces of tile you took out to fill the hole in on either side so a soap dish will cover the rest?



    Charlie

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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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If the copper pipe is indeed leaking, you'll probably need to open the wall to fix it. Sometimes you can open the wall in back of the tile, in the adjoining room. Make sure this is the issue before you start this process.

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We are staying in a rented home with a spa bath. Attached to the spa bath is a hand held shower. The showerhead rests above the bath but the pipe coils somewhere between the tiles and the bath and can be...


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How install the soap dish


There are a couple of designs, one is surface mount and the other is recessed. Surface mount mounts with silicone (hard to imagine it would last) and the other installed similar to a tile, but using grout. The grout install gets a hole cut in the tiles, goop everything up with grout, and goosh it into the wall, clean same as you would when working with grout.

Both designs need support until the adhesive dries.

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