Apply a floor tile entryway can be an excellent way to remodel the floor of a kitchen or bathroom of your house. Some owners find that finishing the tile in a door can be difficult. This happens because the tiles are generally abutted against another type of flooring. A transition strip covers the interim between the two floors, which flowed this part underfoot. Learn how to properly cut and install a transition strip is an important part of any flooring project. Align a line of plaster with the doorpost of the entrance.
Install the tile entryway so that it ends in broken line at the entrance plaster mortar application fine. Use a saw tile if necessary cut tiles to size. Leave installing tiles 24 hours. Lechándolos finish them according to manufacturer’s instructions and allowed to dry the slurry during 24 hours.
Measure the door with a tape measure. Use this action to mark the transition strip to size. Cut it with a hacksaw. Sets the transition strip in place at the entrance. The strip should be spaced evenly on both the floor and the floor tiles adjacent. Cava transition strip in place on the floor with the included nails and a hammer. Avoid nail into the side of floor tile entryway.