Tile shower wall tips for tubs

Always use horseshoe shims between the tub and first row of tile…and don’t forget to back butter large format tiles to achieve 95% thin-set coverage…if you’re doing a bathroom remodel and need help, join Bathroom Repair Tutor’s Video Library of over 325 step by step tutorials…make your bathroom renovations easier at https://bathroomrepairtutor.com/ 👍🏼

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0:00 Tile shower wall tips for tubs
0:02 Use a Euro-notched trowel for large format tiles
0:03 Apply modified thin-set to the Wedi backer boards
0:07 Cut the first row of tile with a manual tile cutter
0:09 Mark the center of the tile and center of the shower wall
0:12 Back butter the tile with the flat side of the trowel
0:13 Align the center marks on the tile and wall and set the tile
0:15 Check thin-set coverage on the back of the tile
0:19 Put horseshoe shims between the tub and first row of tile
0:29 Use T-Lock tile leveling Clips and Wedges for large tiles
0:37 Apply thin-set to the wall using directional troweling
0:40 Adjust your laser level for each row of tile
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