How Do You Tile A Bathroom Shower Stall?
Ceramic tile is one of the most durable products on the market today. With its versatility and style, it can be used in every room of the house. The most common places to see ceramic tile is in the kitchen and bath areas. Remodeling a shower stall by applying ceramic tile will add a new level of beauty and will also increase the value of the house. Prepare the floor of the shower by mixing some thin set mortar and applying it to the floor with the non-grooved edge of the Mortar Trowel. Be certain to create a slope to the drain. Cut the membrane with a utility knife to run up the walls at least four inches. After the mortar is set, lay the Shower Pan Membrane on the floor of the shower stall. Cut out for the drain. Fold the corners of the membrane and secure them to the wall with 1 ¼ inch galvanized roofing nails. Be certain that the nail heads are flat against the membrane. Measure the width and height of the walls of the shower stall. Mark the Green Rock with the Chalk Box. Cut the Gr