That is not such a fantastic thing, although tiled walls can last several decades. Tiles may go out of style, and some tiles are inappropriate for the space. You can tile over existing tiles if the wall is sturdy and none of the tiles is loose or chipped. Remove and clean them, then re install them with new adhesive if there are just a few loose tiles . Epoxy tile bonds with present tiles, which makes it among the best choices for tiling an present tiled wall within.
Mix degreasing cleaner with water in a bucket recommended by the manufacturer that was cleaner.
Layer newspaper on the floor throughout the base of the wall.
Scrub the wall tiles with degreasing cleaner along with a nylon scrub brush. Then rinse the wall.
Put on a dust mask and then sand the wall tiles with a handheld power sander and medium-grit sandpaper to roughen the surface.
Remove with a hose attachment and a vacuum cleaner wipe the wall with a sponge.
Apply painter’s tape around the outside of the wall to safeguard the area from tile glue.
Wear a set of chemical-resistant work gloves, a dust mask and safety glasses.
Epoxy tile glue elements in a bucket with the precise proportion of materials recommended by the adhesive manufacturer. The bond to fail of the adhesive can be caused by deviating from the mixing instructions of the product.
Scoop up glue on the flat edge of a trowel without moving too, at which you can work and spread the material over an area of the wall. Glue sets quickly, so before it is possible to set up the tile, glue spread too far may dry.
Spread glue within the wet adhesive on the wall, now using the edge of the trowel. The edge leaves ridges of a uniform elevation throughout the glue.
Press the tiles from the wet sandpaper, adding the appropriate spacers between the new tiles.
Harness every tile’s face lightly with a rubber mallet to seat them into the adhesive.
After the complete wall is completed before grouting let the wall dry for at least one hour.