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Very good !
Only a miserable, begrudging bastard would give this a thumbs down. Great vid, thank you.
after watching this video i feel like i know how to perfectly do tiles what a grate video
always trowel in straight lines noob or the air gets stuck underneath and u risk cipping & breaking.l2tile
ive done that put the entire bag in and had too much water had to run out for another bag lmao fuck my life
Thanks very Much
always prime wooden floors and you showed viewers how to mark around or get tile starting point hence you did not mentioned that the most important part is making sure the grout lines run in the centre of the door.. just saying
thanks, some great advice
Not all hero’s wear capes
Dudes got hair just saying not gonna watch. LOL
nice 1 geezer. If you keep doing tiling you might be good at it 1 day.. Nah mate awesome video well done love ya work very helpful
5 washes for patchy 113 grout
horror….very old bad technik…..
“It’s what we do”
Well done! Thanks from Texas.
being critical the tiles could be moved side to side to bed down and if the troweling lines were straight there would be more adhesive and tile contact to minimise chance opf breaking under load but pretty good apart from that
Amazing video thanks for sharing, keep em coming, like so
brilliant video. thank you!
trow lines need to be straight with the mortar
At 12:15 I noticed the way you set out your mortar. It was not in a straight direction. I noticed you put a lot of swirls on your mortar with the trowel. I heard this is not a good idea. If anyone knows why it wouldn’t matter please explain to me, but I prefer someone that has actually done tile work.
brilliant video, well explained
Don’t put down the tiles in the mortar way he is doing it, you will end up with cracked tile. Mortar must be laid straight.
Absolutely the best tile video I have ever seen. Awesome!
..thanks fella!!…top lesson!
Hi guys, nice tutorial, just two small hints :
You should ALWAYS leave a gap of 5 – 8mm between end of the tile and the wall, NEVER push a grout in it (unless it is elastic, goes for the corners where walls meet as well), always use sylicone(because of tiny movements of the floor(walls). Saves a lot of headache, because tiny crack in the corner(which WILL HAPPEN) is really hard to clean, you may not be able even to see it but water always finds its way … use dark opaque sylicon (not transparent or white which will show tiny specks of mold through after some time (same goes for kitchen worktops).
When grouting, you should ALWAYS push the grout in at the angle of 45 degrees to the tiles(goes especially for the cleaning of the grouted tiles with a sponge as well!!), otherwise the sponge is pulling the grout out of the joint what results in uneven depth of the joint between tiles.
Hope it saves some unnecessary work and improves the looks of the tiled spaces.
dude where are yer kneepads ouch that gotta hurt
Thanks a lot. This is what i need right now.Tiling my bathroom.Cant relay on “pro” builders.
I really love your videos..
a tip.comb the thin set straight so the air pushes out to prevent any voids under the tile,looks good though
well done. thanks for sharing ♡♡♡♡♡
Great video, can’t understand why so many haters———- I’m not a pro at tiling , but am precise . it’s the end result that counts and you are good!!!
thank u very match
Wow very awesome work
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