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Discussion in 'Tiling Forum' started by py rookie, Oct 11, 2018.
Discuss Wave patten to marry in corners in the Tiling Forum area at TilersForums.co.uk.
How can you have the wave flow through shower, doesn't marry up the the internal corners
You can- you have to work out every vertical cut before you begin tiling and wrap the tiles round each corner round the entire room
With difficulty. The only way it can be done is by using both halves of the tile to wrap round the corner. But you may have to compromise the layout on the remainder of the walls to suit. Might need a little bit more time on setting them out and planning the cuts before fixing any more. You may also have to take a hit on the most inconspicuous internal corner not lining up.
What’s that your tiling on chief?
You can but you need to use the remainder of cut less the thickness of tile to turn onto next wall
Took me a moment to realise you hadn’t tiled the ceiling!
Me to. I'm only tiling inside the shower area
Just thought it looked like ply you are putting the tiles on.
yes, you have to stay back the thickness of the side tile,
fill the centimeter which remains empty with adhesive
so you can make the silicone or grouting
Arghhhh the photo on its side
Gotta rotate it, it’s messing with my mind
That’s better. Nice job
Oragh...we meet again, are they those 880mm long jobbies?
Ive just used them and loads were chipped.
doing one at the mo... thankfully no wrap as it wouldn't have worked due to room layout and size. These are 900x300.
Off topic but do yourself a favour and buy some wedges, they’ll make lining tiles up a lot easier.
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