Bathroom flooring with ceramic floor tiles are very popular in the toilet because they are durable and look stylish and elegant. However, they take much work to be installed and a disadvantage is that it can get cold feet. To resolve this problem, you can install a floor heating, or simply use a bath mat structure. Hard tile bathroom ceramic are available in a wide range of sizes, colors and patterns. Most glasses are, but if you need to seal unglazed tiles to prevent them covered with tile adhesive and grout.
For best results, and make your job easier, it is important to plan. Because most bathrooms are not completely square, is not a good idea to start the tile from the edge of the room, as if the walls are level, this imperfection will be visible in the tiles. It's much better to find the center of the bathroom and working toward the edges. The tiles are generally provided on a surface of the subfloor.
When you start laying the bathroom floor, use a notched trowel to apply adhesive to a small area where you plan to ask first. Do not cover too large an area at a time, as you can take "some time to define each tile there is the possibility that the glue begins to dry before they get there. Use pieces of cardboard between the tiles of act as spacers and to ensure a uniform space. When you set a few tiles, maintaining a level on them to ensure they are level. If they are not, it is necessary to adjust the amount of adhesive accordingly. Repeat this as you go to ensure you get the best finish.
Once you do the main bits of tiles, with whole tiles, you must leave overnight for the glue to dry, because you will need to stand on them when you assemble the pieces cut along the edges. Use a cutter to cut the edges straight, and a tile saw for curved edges. Once all the tiles are finished, let the glue dry before grouting, as you would for coatings.