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I would demo the entire back splash area removing all the Sheetrock. Trying to save 10$ (about a sheet) makes no sense to me because the Sheetrock gets damaged or has residue on it. I would rip& strip the tile and Sheetrock out and then if replacing with Sheetrock use green board or if tile use backer board to replace the Sheetrock. Replacing a large ...


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If you don't want a hole in the tile, get some hooks: If they're adhesive, remove the adhesive on the back, and use some MS Polymer caulk like Bostik MS118 to stick it to the wall. This has excellent adhesion to tile. If you use a hook that is designed to be mounted with a screw, make sure it looks like the one above, with the hook on the bottom. If the ...


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Drill a 1" deep hole into a grout line (or at a corner between 4 tiles) and use a simple plastic anchor and screw hook. For a 1.5lb wall clock ... You don't need a tile bit (use the grout line) You don't need a joist. You don't need to drill deep enough to hit any wires or pipes. You don't need to rely on command strips or glue. The tile cement and ...


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Easiest way is to use silicone caulking or like substance. Silicone will hold up 1.5 pounds quite easily and can be cleaned off ceramic tile completely. And can be cleaned off clock, yet it may stain the back.


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It is common to drill through bathroom ceramic tile and its backing to install plastic anchors for screws for grab bars. If there is a stud where you want to place the hook, then an anchor would not be absolutely needed, but you would need a long enough screw to reach 1 inch into the stud. However, you could drill a large enough diameter hole into the stud ...


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