Victorian Dream BathroomVictorian Bathroom, London
Philadelphia Encaustic-style Cement Tile - custom made and provided by Rustico Tile and Stone. Wholesale prices and worldwide shipping for Cement Tiles.
Rustico Tile and Stone offers 2 types of this Concrete Tile. Our MeaLu Collection features this specific tile and other in-stock, ready-to-ship Cement tiles. Or customize your tile with designs from our Traditional Collection.
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Bathroom design and installation completed by Drummonds UK - "Makers of Bathrooms"
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Once the tile is out, you need to use a flat scraping tool to scrape out the old mortar down to the substrate so that the new thinset will stick. Next, apply the setting material to the back of the replacement tile, place it and let it dry according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Once it’s dry, you can grout it. Bear in mind that even if you use the exact same grout color, it might not match perfectly. Grout color changes over time as it accumulates dirt and wear. “One tip we do tell people who are going down this path is if you replace a tile, consider regrouting the entire area,” says Jef Forward, creative director of a Forward Design Build in Ann Arbor, Michigan. “If it’s a bathroom, 5 by 8 [feet], yes, I would consider it.” For a larger room, Forward suggests regrouting a smaller area — maybe 3 by 5 feet — so that you can blend the grout a bit more. These are the steps, assuming that removing the tile goes smoothly. But it’s possible that when you pull up the cracked tile, you’ll discover a cracked subfloor. “If the tile is cracked from an impact, sometimes that damage can extend through and crack the substrate below,“ Forward says. If you see a big crack, you need to follow it beneath the tiles to assess the damage. “The consequence is you may have to pull up perimeter tile,” he says.