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How to do residential bathroom Wall Tiling

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How to do residential bathroom Wall Tiling. The easy to understand step by step waterproofing Technique used by professionals. Also the right tools required to do the job RIGHT.

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19 comments

  1. stop teaching incorrect tile installation

  2. Greeting from Wales. And, thanks for the video, enjoyed that. I will be doing my bathroom tonight. How did you cut around the pipes matey?

  3. The Polack is doing a massive face palm right about now……

  4. I don't know where to begin. First of all, is that a mock up or an actual client's shower? There's so much deflection in the wall board I'd guess the studs are space somewhere north of 30 inches on center. There's entirely too much movement. I would have rejected the walls and had the carpenter fix it before I put any of my work on it. Once you tile it, you bought it and it's now your problem to fix.

    Not sure what you've got going on with that floor, I assume there's going to be glass installed afterwards around the perimeter of what looks to be the shower portion. It looks like you mightbhave enough pitch in the shower but I'm a bit troubled by what might be underneath the tile that gave you a scant more than the thickness of a tile in height difference between the inside and outside of the shower floor. It might just be some crazy thing you Aussies do in your bathrooms, but at first glance all I see is amateur hour. If all they're going to have is a shower curtain, they're going to end up with a flooded bathroom.

    How big were your cuts at the ceiling? With a 12×24 stacked vertically, and considering you started with a mostly full piece at thw bottom, anything less than a 3/4 piece at the top will look like crap. I see a layout line, but why did you stop your thinset 2 inches below it? Looked pretty foolish when you chose that wall to demonstrate your point about checking for coverage.

    Last thing I'm going to rail on you about is the God awful joint spacing at the top of the third full piece to the left of the corner. Looks like something I've seen in a ratty old gas station bathroom.

    Aside from the sloppy mud work and anything else the white on white color scheme kept hidden, I'd say you need to put in another 5 years before you make any more videos.

    Let me guess, your dad us the boss and you had to mow the lawn for an entire month for him to let you make this video.

    Nice cut around the mixing valve though.

  5. I don't know where to begin. First of all, is that a mock up or an actual client's shower? There's so much deflection in the wall board I'd guess the studs are space somewhere north of 30 inches on center. There's entirely too much movement. I would have rejected the walls and had the carpenter fix it before I put any of my work on it. Once you tile it, you bought it and it's now your problem to fix.

    Not sure what you've got going on with that floor, I assume there's going to be glass installed afterwards around the perimeter of what looks to be the shower portion. It looks like you mightbhave enough pitch in the shower but I'm a bit troubled by what might be underneath the tile that gave you a scant more than the thickness of a tile in height difference between the inside and outside of the shower floor. It might just be some crazy thing you Aussies do in your bathrooms, but at first glance all I see is amateur hour. If all they're going to have is a shower curtain, they're going to end up with a flooded bathroom.

    How big were your cuts at the ceiling? With a 12×24 stacked vertically, and considering you started with a mostly full piece at thw bottom, anything less than a 3/4 piece at the top will look like crap. I see a layout line, but why did you stop your thinset 2 inches below it? Looked pretty foolish when you chose that wall to demonstrate your point about checking for coverage.

    Last thing I'm going to rail on you about is the God awful joint spacing at the top of the third full piece to the left of the corner. Looks like something I've seen in a ratty old gas station bathroom.

    Aside from the sloppy mud work and anything else the white on white color scheme kept hidden, I'd say you need to put in another 5 years before you make any more videos.

    Let me guess, your dad us the boss and you had to mow the lawn for an entire month for him to let you make this video.

    Nice cut around the mixing valve though.

  6. What about fibreglass taping the cement boards together with mortar???

  7. When will you be posting the floor tiling video, I have been tiling for 5 years and it's great to see how other tradesman work.

  8. Check out this video on YouTube:

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