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How to stabilize wall cabinet on tiles without drilling?

Could you hang the cabinet after all? There is a non tiled wall just above it. If you really want it to sit on the floor, you could also get a second shorter cabinet of same type, bolt them together, ...
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Should I use leveling clips for 3 x 18 tile?

Yes. They will make the install look more professional, and will force you to redo the thinset behind some tiles right away. In fact if you are doing larger tiles and you have to ask if you ...
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How can I finish a joint between drywall and tile near a corner when the drywall is 1/2" proud of the tile?

I agree with @RMDman's answer: rip the new studs down to fit. To finish the drywall end at the tile, I suggest using a tear-away L bead to provide a clean transition. This will also make mudding much ...
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How can I finish a joint between drywall and tile near a corner when the drywall is 1/2" proud of the tile?

You can rip 1/2 inch off all the studs. Then add a firring strip to the existing stud at the end of the tile and attach your drywall to make everything on the same plane. Or you can use a Vinyl J-Bead ...
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Replacing Shower Tile Directly on Plywood

It's not the tiles being caulked that was causing the leakage, it's that the substrate was incorrect—it'd still have leaked if the tiles had been grouted. The good news is that since it's a prefab ...
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Replacing Shower Tile Directly on Plywood

This is a prefabricated shower cubicle, so assuming it's installed correctly, it's almost certainly not leaking. Tiles (in particular the grout between them) are not waterproof, so to prevent the OSB ...
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How to restore my tile pavement?

Looks like you have some kind of paver patio. Not clear if it's all on concrete base or aggregate, but the "step" at least appears to have a hard setting material. Anything you put there ...
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Best adhesive for hairline crack in porcelain tile

If you find epoxy grout too thick to wick in, but epoxy has been suggested, then a lower-viscosity epoxy would be a suitable choice. "Marine epoxy" (for building or repairing boats, ...
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Best adhesive for hairline crack in porcelain tile

Not by any means an expert in this area but my feeling is that expecting the crack to become stabilised sufficiently to resist the forces of a full person’s weight at quite some distance is simply not ...
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Wall behind bathroom sink

It's probably concrete. You can know for sure if you have any towel or toilet paper holders seemingly built into the tile. It's probably half an inch thick and you'll want to use an angle grinder or ...
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Backboard to follow the path of the slight off level tub?

Well, neither. Set the backerboard from the ceiling down, and cut the bottom edge to fit the tub. This is how most wall sheathing is done in retrofit scenarios, including drywall. It can generally be ...
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