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fixit

01:25AM | 11/08/03
Member Since: 08/15/03
7 lifetime posts
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I'm installing some ceramic tile in the ceiling,but they stick for 2 mins and fall off.What is the best epoxy mixture to use?

I see the guy that did my basement bathroom ceiling mix a tube of clear and a tube of yellow thing together.He apply a small about of the mixture to the back of the tiles and in seconds it drys.Those tiles he put in the ceiling was about 1/4" thick too.I try to contact him to ask him what he uses but I can't.

carpetman

03:27PM | 11/08/03
Member Since: 01/26/03
549 lifetime posts
you said it yourself,the tile fell down,what happens if 2 years from now the tile falls down,this is a bad idea......how would you feel ir the tile fell on a small child (dead kid)......find something else for your celing

fixit

12:19AM | 11/09/03
Member Since: 08/15/03
7 lifetime posts
Carpetman stick to carpeting.I see my friend tile his bathroom ceiling with ceramic tile and it is now 15 yrs and they still standing strong.You just have to use the right adhesive,grout and seal it properly.I've been to alot of residential and commercial places and see they tile the bathroom ceiling.The tile I'm using is not 1/4"(thickness)its about 1/8"(thickness).Anybody who know about tiling please help.

[This message has been edited by fixit (edited November 09, 2003).]

[This message has been edited by fixit (edited November 09, 2003).]

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