How To Replace A Cracked Floor Tile




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Andy Chen: 4:49 Who find this satisfying!?

I Don't Know: Its a tiny crack who cares?

kael obrien: Thx YouTube for recommending this to me instead of sleeping

Gregory Oakley: I had no idea Charles Bronson was a tiler as well as an actor!

Janet Edens: Thank you, I think I can do that.

Roger Morelli: Had the same issue in a home we moved into. Unfortunately the prior owner did not leave any replacement tiles. I noticed that the builder had put a clearly different tile in at the front entrance which I decided to call an โ€œaccentโ€ tile. (Maybe Iโ€™d heard of that at some point โ€“ I donโ€™t know). I couldnโ€™t come up with a perfect match for either the original tiles or the existing accent tile, so I brought home several different tiles and my wife and I picked out one that we decided would look ok. Instead of just putting the tile down, I used a tile cutter and put one down inside the removed tile space so at a 45 degree angle so it sat in the space appearing like a diamond. I then cut 4 triangles to go in the spaces around it. Did a similar thing with the second tile โ€“ I cut the 12x12 size down to about 8x8 and then trimmed in tiles cut as a frame around the replacement. Itโ€™s not our forever solution โ€“ but it sure beats replacing 1200 sf of tile โ€ฆ

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SnowDog0: How convenient the previous owner had leftover tiles

Karen Younger: Tom is very cool....๐Ÿ˜œ

Doherty AK47: How much would you charge for this

Bobby Harris: A utility knife to cut grout.....that's What a grout saw is for....and not using a mortified thinset especially on a plywood floor. ...which is totally wrong to start with a cement board should have been installed prior to tile installation. ...and I know what I'm talking about. ...and never use premixed grout ....

Carter P: Everyone else is fine with what tools they have but not that guy he has to have fes tool wich is one of the most expensive tool brands known to man!!!

David De La Cruz: Anybody from LA?

Sword Beast: It is so satisfying when he spread that Stuff

Keith Roberts: Could he have taken that tile up any slower? I had to check my computer I thought it was in slow-mo.

DJ Wadu: How to ruin a perfectly fine utility knife

stratz808: I'd smash her

Trent Myers: how do keep the floats from drying out ? anyone?

MAGA MAN: She should start saving up for a new floor. If that tile comes up that easy, all the tiles will come up that easy and they are a lot more likely to break when they are not secure to the floor. Whoever did that original job did NOT know what they were doing.

Josue Vazquez: 5:10 set the kyle

wnc817: Gluing tile to wood.. Oh boy.
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