How do I install new peel & stick tiles over existing ones?
I have peel and stick tiles that are coming up and cracked. I want to install new, really cheap tiles, just as a stop gap until I remodel the kitchen, in a about a year and half. Underneath the current peel and stick tiles is another layer of peel and stick. I would like to take up just the top layer and put down new. Any thoughts on whether this is possible?
We are in the process of remodeling our guest/hall bathroom; we removed the tub to create a walk in shower instead. I'm using subway tile on the walls, and penny t... See more
I am going to decorate my porch steps by adding mosaic tile to the raisers of my concrete steps and would like to know what adhesive would work best. Also what kind o... See more
Years ago, I tried using tile nippers on glass mosaic tiles and they just looked chewed up. Because they’re iridescent, a chewed up edge is going to really show. Th... See more
My home is only 4 months old the caulk and grout are cracking around the edges of the tile in the kitchen and bath. Is it normal for new grout to crack?
Hi there. I tried the Homax Tough as Tile product (Bathroom, Sink, Tub & Tile Refinish) on the tiles in my bathroom shower. I waited the 3 hours as mentioned. The fir... See more
Hi fellow home talkers! How are all of you doing? If anyone could help me out...I would really appreciate it! We have a very porous PORCELAIN tile in our kitchen. ... See more
I have to replace this board with waterproof stuff. I want to then tile the enclosure. How far should the tile go- up to where the edge of the tub is? I would think t... See more