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This Re:Fine video shows you how to finish tiling a bathroom window ledge and prepare bath grouting.
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How to Tile a Bathroom Part ¾
Now, tile into the window recess remembering to match up the tile joints. Here, we’re going to snap a tile. Using a set square, scour the tile place. With snipers of pliers, nibble away at the area to be removed and don’t try to nibble too big of a piece at any one time. This can be a tricky process. Take great care when tidying up the corner.
Clean up the rough edges with a fine grade sandpaper. Now, it's time to grout. Use a good quality waterproof grout. Mix it as part of the brand instructions. Apply a small quantity of grout to your grout applicator. Fill all of the tile joints. Again, only attempt to grout small areas at any one time as the grout will usually start to cure within a couple of minutes.
Wipe it over with a damp sponge. Leave the grout to dry and buff up with a limp-free cloth. Although you have used the waterproof adhesive and grout, it will still be necessary to seal around your sanitary ware with silicone. Mark off with tape using a five millimeter gap top and bottom.
Apply a good amount of silicone in a masking tape. Smooth it out with a damp spatula immediately. This will form a smooth and tiny radius. Leave it for a few minutes and then remove the masking tape. Leave the silicone to dry for 24 hours and you now have a watertight seal.