- Can I place ceramic tile over my existing kitchen countertop?
Can I place ceramic tile on my existing kitchen countertop, which has chipped on the edges? If so, what is the best way to prepare the countertop, etc?
Thanks for the assistance in advance.
First, give the arborite (plastic laminate) a good sanding with a 60 grit sand paper. Remove the sink and faucets. Any loose areas must be nailed down using ¾” galvanized box nails. Proceed by using a ceramic tile mastic and set the tiles on your “new” countertop.
It's just that easy!
Article courtesy of: Shell Busey
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