Installing Hexagon Floor Tile – Ceramic tile is a common flooring material in wet and humid environments such as bathrooms or kitchens, and are available in hundreds of different combinations of style, form and color. Hexagon floor tiles gives the classic look of a mosaic floor and is almost always offered in a composite sheet with several sheets joined by a mesh fabric, making it a material that is generally simpler and less time consuming to install than traditional mosaic tiled floors.
To install hexagon floor tile the first sweep all debris and dust from the floor using a vacuum cleaner. Mix thin set in 5-gallon bucket by means of the drill and the mixing paddle. Apply thin set to the floor using putty trowel. Starting work in the corner farthest from the room exit prevents trapping yourself into a corner. Trim wall edges hexagon ring blade with tile nippers so that the washer blade will have a straight edge along the wall.
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Set the blade hexagon floor tile on the thin set applied in step 3 and press firmly to ensure a good bond; press 2-foot level of the tile sheet surface to push out any rough lumps. Mix the grout in 5-gallon bucket by using a drill and mixing paddle. Apply sealant to the hexagon tile sheets using the rubber float and spread evenly over the tile surface to fill all tile joints; Starting grout application in the same corner as you started on the tile. Clean any excess grout from the tiles and grout with a large wet sponge, rinse the sponge as needed. See the grout packaging for special or other instructions.