I'm laying granite tile on a peninsula countertop (on 3/4" plywood + 1/2" backerboard). As part of the job, I need to put edging (nosing) on both sides of a 3 foot wide peninsula countertop where I have less control over the overhang of the countertop tiles (using 3 full 12" tiles on the peninsula top - don't want to cut them). Any advice on what the minimum & maximum thinset thickness is for the edging pieces? What's too little & too much? 1/16" to 5/16"?
I'm using the same granite tile for the edging, with a 45 degree bevel to fit the top and edge pieces together.
Also, any advice on using something like Liquid Nails to stick on the edging rather than thinset?
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