Glass Tile / January 11, 2019 / Astrid Hachee
If you are really set on using glass on your renovation and construction projects there is a way to cut down on costs and that is through the use of discount glass tile. There are a number of places where you can look for them that come with huge discounts on them and these are often due to a number of reasons. One reason for the huge discounts you can get on stock is because these tiles that you get from certain dealers have been discontinued. This does not mean however that they are of lower value or quality than other tiles that you can find at higher prices. This just means that these tiles will no longer be available to you or anybody else once the present stock is sold out.
A sponge dipped in soapy water does the trick of removing the dirt away. As long as the installation process is done perfectly your glass tile backsplashes can last a lifetime. Perhaps the right time has come to begin that remodeling plan you have been thinking since last year. Thus start planning now. Call your designer and ask for quotation in renovating your home with this particular backsplash. Clear Glass Tile is one of the most popular tiles among homeowners and interior designers who are working on a kitchen backsplash bathroom or swimming pool project. Because clear glass tiles are translucent - you can see through they have a shiny and rich look that opens unlimited possibilities in terms of design.
The first type of tile is a translucent glass. A translucent glass is a type of tile that you could actually hold up and see right through it. The most common types of glass that is translucent is a recycled glass or an oval penny round or brick type of tile. Majority of translucent glass tiles are paper faced. The reason that most of these are paper faced is because the mesh backing can be seen through the glass tile. When installing this type of glass tile you want to use a small notch trowel when spreading your mastic on the installation surface. After spreading the mastic you will want to flatten down or knock down the trowel marks.