Cobalt Blue Glossy - 3x9 Cobalt Blue Subway Glass Tile - Bathroom Tile & Kitchen Backsplash Tile (Price Is Per 5 Pieces)

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Cobalt Blue 3x9 Subway Tile (Glossy Look).These tiles have a 8mm thickness that increases their durability and the depth of their color making them truly beautiful subway tiles.
Installing Your Tile 1. Clean the surface you are installing your tile to, you want a nice clean and smooth surface before you apply your thin set. When you?ve finished cleaning your surface you will want draw some guidelines on the wall, so get our your tape measure, chalk guide lines and level and draw as many necessary guides as you think you?ll need to properly line up your tile. 2. Once you are happy with the amount of guides you?ve drawn on the wall it is time to mix your latex modified thin set. All thin sets are a little bit different so make sure to read the manufactures instructions on mixing. 3. Time to apply that thin set to your surface! Using the flat side of your trowel apply the thin set to only the area of your surface that you plan to install tile on in the next 10 to 15 minutes. Typically this would be the size of 2 to 3 square feet, but if this is your first time I?d recommend that you only put up enough for 1 square foot your first couple of sheets of tile. 4. Now you?ll want to angle your trowel about half way between 45 degrees and 90 degrees using the notched side of the trowel to evenly spread the thin set. Once down switch back to the flat side of your trowel and gently flatten all the peaks and notches in your thin set. Your goal here is to flatten your thin set without changing its thickness and minimizing any air pockets or gaps in your thin set. 5. Time to set your first sheet of tile. With your hands gently press the tile into the thin set while aligning it to your guide lines. Make sure to use gentle and even pressure across the sheet when pressing it into the thin set. 6. Grabbing your wooden block that is wrapped in cloth, place it