Ceramic floor tile can add color and dimension to any area of your home. Change your home decor with contrasting bright tile mosaic with smooth, dark walls or tight white walls. You can choose sheets of ceramic floor tiles with mosaics already arranged for you. Or you can break the tile sheet apart to create your own mosaics. Installing a ceramic tile mosaic can be a challenging process, but it can be a success with some advanced planning.
Ideas for install ceramic floor tile mosaic clean the floor surface debris with a vacuum. Cut the mosaic blade away from its support with a matt knife. Size plates with clever tools or a kicker. Smooth down all the pass bit edges with fine slippers. Set the mosaic sheet aside. Spread and comb mortar with morsels in a 1-foot square area of the floor. Put the mosaic tile sheet gently into the mortar. Use a piece of plywood to apply even pressure to the plates so that they will fit into mortar without air pockets. Allow the brick to dry completely.
Use a grout float to apply grout joint between ceramic floor tile. Use the flat end of the float to scrape out excessive grouting. Wipe away any grouting haze on trays with a wet sponge. Rinse the sponge in clear water, and keep the plates dry until they are no longer cloudy. Work over the floor in 1-foot square areas. Allow the grout to dry overnight and polish the plates with a clean cloth.