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As a choice of marble, it is often used in homes, hotels and buildings.
Lime China is installed as a floor and is also used to make countertops and decorate walls.
The rounded edge of the Ox Nose tile provides a structured and finished look when used for the tailgate or tile substrate. Instructions1.
Mark the bottom or substrate surface with chalk lines as a guide for laying tiles.
You don\'t need to mark each square, just the perimeter. 2.
Install the ground floor specially designed for stone and marble floors.
This material is made to help with water and steam management and to support the weight of the lime China.
Apply the underlying layer according to the manufacturer\'s instructions. 3.
Perform a dry test run, arrange the tiles and check if they are defective.
This will make sure you have the plan accordingly and will be able to finish the floor. 4.
Cut according to your size with a wet saw will face the lime tile of the cow nose.
Let the cut tiles dry completely 24 hours a day. 5.
Mix thinset according to direction, only mix enough in one-
Prevent the thin sleeve from drying every half hour.
Stir thin until it reaches thick peanut butter-
Starting from the farthest corner, apply the thin sleeve to the substrate using a notch spatula.
Use the straight edge of the spatula to spread it evenly on one part.
Hold the tro knife at 45-
Degree angle, and comb the thin sleeve in the first part. 7.
Apply the sheet to the back of the lime tile and lay it on the base material.
Repeat the process of applying thinset to the base and then to the tile of all the remaining parts of the lime tile installation project.
Clean up any mortar on the surface of the lime or ox nose with a wet sponge. 8.
Apply grouting between the lime tile and the surrounding edge next to the cow nose tile.
Clean any grout residue with a wet sponge.
Use the pencil or putty knife edge to clean the mortar around the grouting line to keep the line clean and even.
Let it dry for 24 hours.
The rounded edge of the Ox Nose tile provides a structured and finished look when used for the tailgate or tile substrate.