Glass Mosaic Tile Backsplash Installation – Glass mosaic tile installed as a backsplash behind a kitchen counter the look of the kitchen will update and add depth and texture.
Glass mosaic tile backsplash installation takes three days for most kitchens. Select tiles in a range of colors that complement your existing kitchen decor.
1 Prepare the wall surface by sanding the rough edges.
2 Measure the distance from the top scorer for top in the hole where the stove is usually set.
3 Mix and apply the adhesive mortar Thin layer using the smooth side.
4 Place the first sheet of tile in the point (often the center line of the stove). Press the tile in place.
5 Align adjacent sheets so that they are slightly closer than the grout lines but not touching.
6 Dip a sponge in water and wring until damp but not soggy to remove the paper face along the tiles.
7 Remove the backing paper several times during installation by keeping track of the time the adhesive.
8 Wash the adhesive residue with a sponge and a soft brush.
9 Clean the tile with a sponge and clean water until no grout remains on the surface of the glass mosaic tile backsplash.