Installing Over 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.
Use your dampened, lint-free rag to thoroughly clean the tile before application.
Use a level to draw your reference line. Details on how to find your reference line can be found in Starting Your Project.
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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