Yes you can. Self stick tiles will work. If you use regular tile use tile mastic not thinset.
Yes, you can. Here's a link to a tutorial on how:
Yes, it will have to be scuffed up with sand paper and super cleaned.
Then I’d use a mastic, and I’d read the labels in which one.
The grout will need to be polymer or acrylic modified and non-sanded.
Seal it 2 days after completion. Non-yellowing sealer is worth the time.
Thanks for the help!
yes you can there is some prep work though. Here is a link to help you.
Anita, the link in your response did not come through.
With the proper prep work done, you can definitely make it work.
here is info I found for your project
with the proper glue you can ... you need to go to local tile store and pick up laminate tinset
Have you thought of using tile covers or Contact?
I would not.
I personally would not as it's not a stable substrate and not meant for tiling over. You could certainly paint it.
It can be done but not recommended. There is a lot of prep work, surface must be scuffed up all over. The laminate is slippery therefore mastic does not want to stick to it if you want to use tiles. The weight of the tiles will make them slip on the laminate surface. I would take the laminate off, and install the tiles on the drywall behind the laminate.
Peel and stick may work, but I do not think with heat in the kitchen would last.
Here's a post that might help - https://todayshomeowner.com/how-to-tile-over-a-plastic-laminate-backsplash/#:~:text=It's%20possible%20to%20tile%20over,than%20molded%20or%20rounded%2C%20edges.&text=Sand%20the%20plastic%20laminate%20with,damage%20the%20countertop%20or%20wall.
Hi Julie, hope this video helps you out, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuETq9R_z3s