How to install
How to install
Learn how to grout mosaic tile – it’s simpler than you think! Save money and have fun by doing it yourself. Our step-by-step guide will demonstrate how to install a glass tile splashback. Give your kitchen a dazzling elegance that you can feel proud of.
Choosing the pattern that’s right for your kitchen is a matter of personal taste. When it comes to the tile itself, there are a few different types of tiling styles to choose from. There are self-adhesive peel and stick tiles, loose tiles, or the more popular tile rolls with mesh backing sheets. The tile rolls can be particularly convenient when you’re installing mosaic splashback.
The following instructions will help you achieve precise installation of your glass tile splashback:
Grouting between tiles gives the splashback a finished look, holds the tiles in place, and makes the surface easy to clean. Here’s how to grout tile a splashback perfectly.
Remember: When using a sealant, always have a damp cloth and warm water ready in case it is applied in the wrong place. Mistakes are easy to fix if you clean up quickly!
Mosaic tiles sheets are a quick and convenient way to install a flawless splashback. The mesh sheets hold the tiles in place, making it easy to arrange many tiles on the wall at once. Before purchasing your tools, check the packaging to make sure the mortar and tiles are compatible. Here’s how to install a mosaic splashback.
If your cooking has got out of control and you’ve damaged your splashback, no worries! Repairing a splashback is quick and easy. We recommend using UniBond No More Nails Waterproof for a simple repair. It’s suitable for most surfaces, and can fill any gaps in your splashback.
If you are replacing a tile where the splashback meets the countertop, use a sealant that will protect against moisture. We recommend UniBond Anti-Mould for the job as it provides a flexible and resilient seal.