Bang! That’s the sound of a canning jar dropping to the floor and cracking your kitchen tile. It happens more often that you would imagine. If you’re lucky enough to have an extra piece of your kitchen floor tile handy, the rest of the repair process isn’t as difficult as you might imagine.
Some of the tools you’ll need are:
Utility knife, Cold chisel, Hammer, Bucket, Grout,
Tile adhesive, Notched trowel, Level, Rubber float, Sponge
In this video from This Old House, general contractor Tom Silva shows us the correct way to replace a damaged kitchen floor tile.
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