Repair a broken tile on the wall
The perfect guide on how to place tiles on your bathroom wall without drilling or making any holes.
Whether you’re replacing your bathroom wall tiles or repairing a broken one, fixing tiles is really easy! Avoid drilling, dust and broken tiles and just see how easily it can be done!
WHAT YOU NEED
- Construction adhesive (e.g. UniBond No More Nails)
- Kitchen cleaner
- Paper roll
- Cutting board
- Waste box
- Cutter knife
- Cartridge gun
Get the Materials
To start this process you will need a construction adhesive (e.g. UniBond No More Nails), a kitchen cleaner, paper roll, cutting board, a waste box, a cutter knife and a cartridge gun.
Prepare the materials
Take the cartridge and put the tip onto a piece of wood to stabilise it while cutting. Then screw the nozzle onto the cartridge.
Cut the nozzle
Cut the nozzle on the board, making sure the diameter is around 6mm. Now you can put the cartridge into the cartridge gun.
Apply the adhesive
Lay continuous beads of construction adhesive (e.g. UniBond No More Nails) without pressing too hard, and apply with constant speed and pressure. Try to apply the same amount of adhesive in every section.
Stick the tile
Stick the tile onto the wall and press it gently. Check the final position to make sure it’s well aligned and then it’s done! After fixing tiles, it’s time to learn how to apply a mirror on your tiled wall without making any holes!