Hexagon floor tile – Ceramic is a flooring material commonly used in damp and wet, such as bathrooms or kitchens, environments and is available in hundreds of different combinations of style, form and color. Hexagon tile offers the classic look of a mosaic floor and almost always offered on a sheet made of several floors connected by a mesh fabric, so it is a material that is generally simpler and less time to install compared to a traditional mosaic tiling.
Tile Setting to install hexagon floor tile, Mix the thinnest in the 5-gallon bucket using the electric drill and a mixing paddle. Apply glue on the floor with trowel putty; apply glue in small areas that are only slightly larger than a sheet of hexagonal tiles. Trim the edges of the leaf wall hexagonal tile floors using the clip so that the sheet of tiles has a straight edge along the wall. Place the blade of hexagonal tile adhesive mortar to ensure good adhesion; press the Level 2 feet above the surface of the tile sheet to squeeze irregular lumps.
Install hexagon floor tile, Mix the grout in the 5-gallon bucket with electric drill and a mixing paddle. Apply the grout to the sheets of hexagon tile using the rubber hammer and spread evenly over the entire surface of the tile to fill all the spaces between the tiles; start the grouting in the same corner that began laying tiles. Wipe the excess grout from tiles and grout with a wet sponge, rinsing the sponge as needed.