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Repair a broken tile

An easy way to make the broken tile in your kitchen floor look like brand new!

Broken tiles in your kitchen floor makes it look messy. The solution is easier than you think, learn how to repair broken tiles! Avoid having to lift up the tiles or remodelling your kitchen: You can easily fix it with the appropriate adhesive and make your kitchen floor look as good as new!

 

WHAT YOU NEED

MATERIALS

- All purpose glue (e.g. UniBond 100% Power Glue)
- A damp cloth

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Get the Materials

To repair a broken tile you will need an all purpose glue (e.g. UniBond 100% Power Glue) and a damp cloth.

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STEP 1

Clean the parts

Clean all parts involved, removing any loose grout and dust from the floor and the back of the broken tile. Use a tissue and vacuum cleaner to make sure it’s well cleaned.

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STEP 2

Moisten for a stronger bond

To help form a stronger bond, lightly moisten the broken piece and the floor before applying the product.

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STEP 3

Apply the product

Apply a generous amount of an all purpose glue (e.g. UniBond 100% Power Glue) to the broken tile in a zigzag manner to ensure enough adhesion.

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STEP 4

Apply pressure

Press the corner of the tile into position and carefully align it with the other part of the tile.  Hold it for a couple of seconds to make sure it’s in the right position.

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STEP 5

Remove the excess glue

After you have positioned the tile, with a damp cloth remove any excess glue before it dries.

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STEP 6

And that’s it!

Let it dry for 24 hours and it’s done. You've just learned how to repair broken tiles, now you can get back to your cooking! If you want to have a nice splash guard in your kitchen check out this project!

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