Unique and attractive! Brick backsplash tile for kitchen offers easy installation without a lot of budget. Are you interested in installing bricks for your kitchen wall covering and decor? Tools and materials are simple to collect. You can get them all at nearest home improvement stores.
The tools are caulking gun, paintbrush, trowel, rag, safety googles and a bucket of water. Materials are construction adhesive, dowel, grout, brick sealer, brick veneer and ½ inch wooden dowels. Here are the steps in how to install brick backsplash tile.
First of all cleaning the walls where the brick tiles to take place! Then layout the brick in a small section for a pattern as you desire. So that to have the grout in line, a wooden dowel is usable both horizontally and vertically.
It is time to place the brick tiles onto the walls. Construction adhesive in high strength is to apply. This will make sure of finely installed brick tiles. Just work one layer at a time until you finish the job. In case there are some sections of the walls need smaller brick tiles, use a tile saw. After that, applying grout is the next and final step. Just use a trowel. Then apply sealant after the grout is dry.
Well, you are ready to install brick backsplash tile now!
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