Laying corners with tiles

Before laying, you need to take into account the number of tiles, which will come from one angle to the other when accounting for tile joints (up to 5 mm). It is recommended to start facing work from the “red corner”, that is, from the most prominent place, and end on the opposite, less noticeable corner. It is necessary to try so that half the tile fit in a less noticeable corner. When laying out the tile, strict symmetry must be observed. Therefore, for cutting the material, you can use a special tile cutter.

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Laying tiles should be started from the “red corner” from below, while covering an area of ​​about 1 square.m. The cement mass is distributed on the surface with the gear side of the spatula, where an even layer should be obtained with the same grooves. Having made the necessary indentation, the first tile is glued to the corner. When laying the next tile, you need to use plastic crosses to obtain the same seam width. When consistent layering of the elements, each of them must be checked by the level. Tiles are also laid out in the same way on the adjacent wall, where the second half of the cut tile is also located. So the elements of the cladding are laid to the desired height.