Home Repair : How To Replace Cracked Tile




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Garry Gemmell: Never lever against another tile thats just a recipe for chipping it!

geeksgadgetsgames: Thanks!

Fattrac: Great video. Thanks for posting!

KrisFlix: How to you ensure the new grout will match the old grout? A tile floor that is a few years old will have grout that is faded over time. The new grout will be noticeable in color, right?

ptrick213: This dude seems like the nicest dude.

Sajjad Mehal: Thank you Ryan, you should have your own TV SHOW :-)

RetroSteveUK: Thank you. Was a mystery to me. Turns out it's surprisingly simple! Nice, short instructional video. Others I've found were 20 minutes plus. Good job!

Maynard: Never in my days as a carpenter have I seen old grout & a tile come up so easy.

William K: Thanks. That easy. I looked at yours because it was the only video under 15 minutes. Who has 15+ minutes to spend learning how to fix a tile. :)
Nice video.

Gin Amber: This looks so easy, we did with my husband and nothing, tiles next day collapsed, nobody stepped on this, tried second time, still the same, not sure what's wrong, we spend a lot of money and supplies and at the end we still got to hire remodeling person to change it. Not so easy at it looks in the video, believe me.

slay1122: Thanks

danteshammer: huh. doesnt seem so hard. so then why did my landlord charge me 200 for replacing 3 tiles after i left?

Gigawatt Graphics: What if there is no concrete below the tiles, just wood boards, same technique? Is the lack of cement board part of the reason why it would crack?

Scott Laperriere: Great video! I just started a maintenance job and youtube has been helping me a lot! Your video makes it look very easy!

area859: Can you basically do this to an entire kitchen floor...just break the old tile and replace with new tile without laying new backer board down?

wayne lynch: Good video. Easy instructions and no annoying background music, screaming kids, barking dogs etc:)

Mark Igolnikov: Good video. plain and simple.
Thank You

Rhiannon Targaryen: do you know what  model number and name of those tile they look very similar to the ones I need to replace. thanks

nogard144: Don't be fooled by watching this video into thinking the removal of thinset is a piece of cake. I'm literally replacing 3 18x18" tiles, removing the thinset by hand with a hammer and a wood chisel, and it is extremely laborious to say the least. Gives me a whole new respect for guys who lay tile for a living, and I'm no slouch. Next time I'll stick to hiring the experts. This video, while informative, is misleading.

Timefliesbye: Damn straight wear glasses!

A tile shard killed my daddy! Damn you Stanley D. Stookely for inventing ceramics!

A tip for taking out tiles. Start in the centre. Drill four holes take a chisel and set it in one of the holes and hammer towards another of the holes. This way you can easily get out a square piece and then work outwards towards removing the rest of the tile.

Minimizes risk of having to replace yet another tile you accidentally scratched.
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