Floor is one important element that determines the atmosphere of the room, in addition to the walls and ceiling. The changes of the floor will change the atmosphere of the room. By replacing floors, new atmosphere will be created. We can replace it by dismantling or installing a new floor over the old floor, usually known as tiling over tile. However, we can also replace the floor with just give it enough polish, so it looks like a new floor. When installing tile on the floor over the old tile, you have to consider some things that will give impacts to the tiling processes. Many people do not know how. Actually the way is not too complicated, for best results, you can use an instant cement to stick them.
First, you must prepare the necessary equipment such as tiles, instant cement, and basin mixers. Clean the tile surface to be affixed to the new one. Mix the instant cement consisting of both powder and liquid. It used specifically to enhance the flexibility and adhesion of instant cement. Flatten instant cement on tiles surface that will be affixed to the tiles. Create thickness in accordance with the provisions on product packaging for about 3mm for 30x30cm of tile. The wider the tile, the greater it thickness. Put the tiles, it is adequately cleaned of dust, it does not need to be soaked in water first. For the installation of the application on the old tiles on the walls, there is little difference because the wall have to get the force of gravity.
Put the tiles phased per line. Wait until dry for about 2 to 3 hours per line. This is done so that there are tiles under dry ones can withstand the load on it. Instant grout can only withstand for about 30 minutes. So make sure you run out of the mixture within it. Make sure about the precision and the measurement of the tiling steps, because with a centimeters missed, it will cause another missed in the next tiles placement.
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