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rocasonventureltd
i want to know about the modern terrazzo methods if possible send me links or videos.
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Karen Kelly

can you pour terrazzo over a level ceramic tile-or does the tile have to be removed. I have a white tile home and wold like to install terrazzo instead.

   
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tamaracsr
You have to remove your tile and install terrazzo directly to concrete.
   

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