Published at Saturday, May 18th, 2019 - 10:40:12 AM. Ceramic Tile. By Jean Baptiste Prost.
Removing ceramic tile is usually a secondary job that includes the application of some tools coupled with physical power. Ceramic tiles generally do not come up easily and their removal process depends on the surface on which they are installed. For instance, if they are set in mastic, ceramic tiles come up easily with the help of a long-handled floor scraper. But, for removing asbestos-laden mastic ceramic tiles, you require special equipments and respirators.
The first step in the removal of ceramic tile is to take out the trim covering the edges of the tiles. Next, scrape out the grout found on the perimeter of the tiles. Caulking on the vertical corners should also be properly scraped out. For removing these elements, equipments such as sharp utility knife, razor blade, and grout saw with wooden or plastic handle can be used. Once the tiles are free of grout and caulk, tapping can be done on the tiles to check whether any of the tiles is loose.
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