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I would recommend heavy duty constructive adhesive followed by grout colored caulk that best matche the grout around the tiles https://www.google.com/search?q=grout+colored+caulk to minimize cost and work I would risk using the caulk as glue try to remove the old adhesive clean back of tile and wall well put a lot of construction adhesive on the back of ...


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Get a fine sander/ grinder. Carefully remove adhesive from back of tile. Apply tile adhesive (available from hardware store) to the back of the tile. Put the tile back where it fell from. Hold the tile until you can remove your hand without it falling off or you can put something heavy against it to hold it in place.


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fyi, bianco perfecto is not a granite - its a marble. thats why you are having so many problems. i have had customers before who want marble in their kitchen for looks, and they either listen to or ignore my warnings about how inappropriate it is in a kitchen environment. if you weren't aware of this, they should be flogged for not warning you about it. ...


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Quartz weigh's 16-20 lbs per sq. ft. depending if it's 3/4" or 1-1/4". You will be fine with attaching a strip of 3/4" x 2" depth plywood or solid wood strips on all three wall sides and then slide the quartz into place for 1-1/4" (3cm) thickness, all four sides need support for 3/4" (2cm) thickness. I am a professional fabricator of 19 years.


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The countertop guys will laugh at you if you want to span quartz over a 5' span. Basically quartz and granite can barely span a dishwasher width - meaning we get buy with not having plywood over the counters. And that is given nothing heavy is stored on it on that section. Given you will have a washer and dryer below it, I would protect it. Since if a ...


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Usually tops like that are built by fitting a base sheet (usually particle board for flatness and smoothness) and edging it with hardwood using miter joints. Then laminate is applied across the entire surface with contact cement. The laminate is then trimmed flush with a router, and a bevel or more detailed edge is routed into the hardwood and laminate ...


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Do not use sealer on engineered stone, it has to be mechanically re-polished if it's lost its luster due to abrasion. If you're lucky it's just dirty. Of course, you cannot apply a sealer to Silestone quartz countertops, so it's just a matter of cleaning it. –countertopspecialty.com Do not use oil-based soaps for this. Dulling of the shine occurs ...


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Step one of redoing the slab is pulling those cabinets back out. IMO, only you can define acceptable. 1-2y, eh? So, like anywhere from 5 years to "temporary-permanant"...? Just do it right or the doors won't stay closed and all your carrots will roll off. It'd be easier and better to shim the piecemeal cabinets, instead of the entire counter top along each ...



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