Fixing Cracks In Tile Without Replacing Them.




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Jim Harris: Appreciate this video. While some of the professionals indicate the obvious - namely that a professional can remove the entire tile floor/wall (or some of the tiles) ASSUMING replacement tiles are available, this video allows for a DIY to cost effectively try and repair the cracked tile. What I don't see being posted by the tile layers is the entire cost to re-tile a bathroom built before 1970. For example, my house was built in the 30's I'm sure it would cost me over $5,000.00 to re-tile the bathroom. As I understand it, my tiles were adhered to the underlying structure with concrete. A handyman who works on old houses indicated that it's extremely hard to get off tile of bathroom walls that were plastered (i.e., labor intensive and extremely messy). Plus trying to remove cracked or broken tiles can very well break tiles that are not broken or cracked. In other words, short of this repair video, one's only hope is to re-tile the entire bathroom. Kudo's to Linda for posting this video. Last, but not least, as the old saying goes "doing it Linda's way can only help, it couldn't hurt, and it's extremely inexpensive to try."

G Gio: Good one. Hide don't fix. Save money. Save time. Save mess. Good one.

Kelly Gervais: Omg that is amazing, I have white tole in my bathroom, gonna give this a try...

Judy Howe: First of all, I watched this YouTube months ago. I was just in the room where I used your fix, and I thought, "I should tell her how happy this made me." So, I opened up YouTube, and there was your video! Doo doo doo doo. Doo doo doo doo. Anyway, I used your idea, but instead of using nail polish, I used some acrylic paint that I already had. The crack is by the wall, so durability is not really a factor. I have been living with that stupid crack for over 20 years! It was caused by someone who was installing paneling, and it was dark and crooked. It is hardly noticeable now. Thank you so much.

momof2: How durable is it? How often have you had to do this? Nice fix, Well done

Deputy Van Halen: Will try this...but what will happen after mopping the tiles and general wear from people walking on the treated area? I guess it will have to be a case of repeat the process?!

Julia Merrill: Hey Linda...GREAT video honey. Can’t wait to try! Glad I Googled this problem :) you’re amazing, thanks!

Grant Cook: What a crock of ....

Letter H: Do it right when you sell your house

Hopefull Sinner: Cool great to see a lady fixing stuff for herself. 👍I touch up lots with nail polish.. Painting your drill driver bits is awsome to help find them in your tool boxes.

Andrew James: I shall now proceed to amaze my wife! Thanks!

King Leo: Great video, not to be a Debbie downer but it’s kind of noticeable. I guess I’ll be replacing all my kitchen floor tiles.

Stuart Hayward: Thanks very much! I tried it and after the second coat, the only person that could slightly see the repair was me.

Love not the world: Nail polish is good for scratches on bicycles.

Emi Hosaka: Thanks Linda.

Sandra Onus: Omg thank you you seriously do not know hpw much this is going to help me thank you so much

Carmine Conti: Thanks

Desmond Arkinstall: L

buitoni123456789: love the accent ! from England.

Red Pill For Real: Couldn’t you just use a product specifically made for crack tiles?
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