we had a complete new bathroom fitted late last year. all looks great but
having a "little free time" i was looking at the border tiles and spotted 2
fitted upside down. 1 near the main window and 1 on the otherside of the
bathroom near the bath. (5m apart).
the border tiles have a fancy scroll and a line at the bottom which on these
2 is 180 deg out.
do you think its possible to cut out the grout and remove the 2 tiles
without effecting the tiles next to them. then either use 2 new or if ok the
same 2 tiles?
On Sun, 27 May 2007 08:33:30 +0100, Mark D. Smith wrote:
==================================Since it's taken several months for you to notice the offending tiles it
would appear that they're not very noticeable. The most sensible thing to
do is to leave them alone as they're obviously not very visible to the
Trying to take out individual tiles is always problematical, but if you do
decide to try, rake out the grout and then tap the face of the offending
tile with a hammer until it breaks up into bits which can be removed
piece-meal. Consider the risk of damage to surrounding tiles before you
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