How to Put Tiles on Bathroom Vanities

Oct 29th

Toilets make functional and stylish sinks for the bathroom vanities. Many homeowners choose to install a solid surface or laminated on top of the toilets.

Bathroom Vanities And Mosaic Glass
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Instructions of bathroom vanities

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  1. This surface should be level and be flat. Similarly, if the edges of the surface of the basin are rounded, have problems when installing cement board.
  2. Replace the top of the toilet if it is not in good condition or if the edges are circular. Remove the top with the rotary saw.
  3. Staple the damp proof membrane to the top of the dresser. Install cement board ½ inch (1.27 cm) above the membrane. The plate shall be marked with the cutter and then cut to fit before installing of bathroom vanities.
  4. Check the basin shape with a pencil and template basin provided by the manufacturer. Cut the sink area with the jigsaw.
  5. Place the tiles on top of the dresser. Put spacers between each tile and arrange until you are satisfied. Brand tracing with a pencil and then remove the spacers and tiles.
  6. Spread thin-set dresser on the surface with a spatula. Press the tiles on it and put spacers between each tile.
  7. Remove the spacers and fills the spaces between the tiles. Spread the filling between the joints with a rubber spatula.