Remove ceramic tile adhesive by softening the adhesive and using a putty knife to scrape the adhesive from surfaces. The method used to soften the adhesive depends on the type of adhesive you need to remove. More »

Most chips in ceramic tile can be repaired without calling in a professional, according to SFGate. First, thoroughly clean and dry the area on the tile. Carefully fill the chipped spot with a dab of epoxy glue using a to... More »

To fix a broken ceramic tile, make sure the replacement piece (or the original piece, if still in good condition) fits perfectly in the space or gap created by the break, lather the back of the piece with the selected gr... More »

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To affix ceramic tiles to a tabletop, use a trowel to apply commercially available mortar or tile adhesive to the tile backs, then press firmly onto the surface of the table. Maintain a 1/4-inch space between each tile f... More »

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To remove vinyl tile adhesive, scrape the adhesive up using a putty knife and a heat gun, and remove the remaining adhesive using a solvent. When using solvent, refer to the manufacturer's instructions, and work in a wel... More »

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To tile a ceiling, you need ceiling tiles, nails, a hammer, an industrial stapler, chalk and adhesive. Measure the ceiling, cut tiles if needed and attach ceiling tiles using either adhesive or furring strips. The entire... More »

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To cut and glue a solid surface material counter top, such as Corian, take precise measurements and use a circular saw to make the cuts, and then use a two-part epoxy adhesive to glue the surfaces together. Consider maki... More »