Jun 19, 2020 5:09 pm
Anyone tiled over glass splashback before?
Planning on using mosaic diamond tiles over the existing colourback in my kitchen. I'm not keen on ripping out the splashback prior to tiling up. Just want to tile over the top.
I was thinking about giving it a good clean first, metho wipe down, possibly sanding the colourback to rough it up and give it a good coat of this;
https://www.bunnings.com.au/dulux-4l-pr ... r_p1400849
Then tile over the top.
Anyone got any other tips for me?
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