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Installing Over Tile

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Tools You'll Need
Level
Pencil
J Roller
Cleaning Solution
Step 1
Clean the Tile

Before starting your project, you will need the tile to be clear of dirt and grime so that the Stikwood can properly adhere. Start by using a lint-free rag and a tile cleaning solution. Dampen the rag with the solution.

Step 2
Clean the Tile

Use your dampened, lint-free rag to thoroughly clean the tile before application.

Step 3
Draw Reference Line

Use a level to draw your reference line. Details on how to find your reference line can be found in Starting Your Project.

Step 4
Install Stikwood

Remove the adhesive strips and install your first piece of Stikwood at your reference line. Use a J roller to secure adhesive.

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