How Do You Do Shower Or Bathroom Tiling?
Tiling a shower or bathroom can be a complicated household project. The addition of a moisture rich environment requires that you select your materials carefully. You’ll have to choose mortar, tiles and grout that are moisture resistant, and set the tiles to the bathroom surface flawlessly to avoid weak bonds made worse by the water in the air. With all the elements of the project working together though, you can build a tiled wall that shrugs off the water and adds an attractive decorative element to your bathroom walls. Prepare the surface of the walls for the installation of the tiles. Remove anything on the surface that may get in the way of your laying the tiles, such as shelves, fixtures, baseboards or trim. If tiling the shower, cover the drain with tape to prevent anything from falling down the drain. Remove wallpaper if present, and if the walls are painted sand the surface of the paint to remove any glossy finish. Install a moisture resistant drywall to the walls of the showe