Penny tile floor – Soil preparation to penny tile floor, Separate wall sockets. Sockets covering the edges of the flooring material to be covered. Remove the existing floor. Smooth the surface of the floor base. In a well ventilated space, use the spatula and the separator to remove any adhesive plant present. A flat surface is needed, level on which to install the pennies. Ensure floor is level by establishing a level on it in several places in the room. Let dry. Paint the floor with a primer color.
Place the penny tile floor, Start in a corner of the room where the mistakes you make during the first races will not be visible. Adhere every penny to the floor with a drop of glue. The glue must be able to accept the epoxy coating ending ground. Adjust every penny in place carefully. Work in rows to ensure the plant lines are straight. You can alter the face showing on the penny, “heads” or “tails”, based on your personal preferences.
Working in one direction rather than in multiple directions at once. By working in one direction, it is easier to avoid making mistakes alignment and allows continuity in the look of the penny tile floor. Finish adhering every penny glued to the ground. Allow the glue to dry thoroughly for at least 24 hours before adding the polyurethane. Cover the pennies with a layer of polyurethane. Apply with a brush or roller. This layer seals the pennies instead.