How to Install Beveled Mirror Tiles
Beveled mirror tiles can be utilized to expand almost any room in the home’s space. Mirror tiles are utilized to create big mirrors on the wall mirrors and even murals. They arrive in the conventional silver-backed mirror end, or you could get them backed with gold or brass. One method to utilize the tiles would be to make big, segmented mirrors in hallways, bedroom and bathrooms.
Out the wall mirror tiles.
Sand the surface of the wall. The rough surface can help the glue stick.
Place a work surface with the mirror tiles and organize them. Assess width and the length of the design and move these measurements to the wall using a pencil. Use a carpenter’s level to make certain that are directly and even .
Apply an even layer of mirror glue primer/sealer to the wall using a roller paintbrush. Wait 40 minutes to the primer.
Apply an even layer of mirror tile glue to the wall using a notched trowel according to the packing instructions. Prior to installing the tile wait the setting time that is necessary.
Insert four mirror tape squares for every 12 inches of mirror tile. If your mirror tile is less than 12 inches, place a part of mirror tape around every corner of the tile. Peel the plastic cap and push it into the back of the glass. The tape ensures that the mirror tile remains on the wall while the glue sets.
Remove the cap from the the double-sided tape on the mirror tile. Hold the mirror tile that is beveled . Gently but firmly press on the back of the tile. You might want to slide the tile set up to get it to stick to the wallsocket. Insert all of the beveled mirror tiles using the installation lines that are drawn . Wipe excess glue from the surface of the mirror tile using a clean rag or moist paper towel.