I belong to a little brick bungalow in the midwest, built in
'54, original kitchen.
I need to remove maybe 2 sq. feet of the wall to replace a
corroded drain pipe. Wall is ceramic tile in front of traditional
plaster on steel lath. After repair of drain, I need to repair
wall. Never worked with tile before.
How to do it?
It occurred to me that I *might*
be able to cut thru both grout
and plaster/lath and remove a square without destroying the tile
(if I can come up with the right saw apparati). Might this be
practical? If so, how might one *replace*
the removed square,
permanently mounting it back in the wall?
Or do I bark up the wrong tree? :-)
Any help/advice much appreciated.
Pease pudding hot,
Pease pudding cold,
Pease pudding in the pot
Nine days old ...