Like in any other cases, there are both good things and bad things to say about tile countertps. Let’s start with the pros. First of all, tiles come in a wide variety of colors, shapes and sizes and this makes these countertops highly customizable.
AVOID adding water in spots. One strategy I attempted but now recommend that you AVOID is adding water to my fingertips and spreading the corners smooth, if I miss the window of malleable opportunity. This is also evidence of powder-to-water ratio discrepancies and discoloration, even after it dries.
Using the smaller putty knife, spread concrete on the edges of the countertop. I found it best to strive for thick coverage on all corners (like the corner between the countertop’s top surface and the sides) and the edges, because this can be sanded smooth. It’s easier to sand smooth when you have a little extra concrete to begin with.
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