453Re: [craftsmanhome] Removing tile
- Nov 13, 2008Since you are dealing with a backsplash, the existing wall surface will be fine. I always prefer to use what is known as green board (actually it's purple now!) on walls behind counter tops, and even better is cement board. But, if you put a consistent layer of mastic (here again, prefer thinset) on the wall the cover the surface completely, you'll be good to go. Be sure to grout the tile joints pushing the grout deeply into the joints and then seal with a good grout sealer. That should last you many years!Doug-------Original Message-------From: BethDate: 11/13/2008 1:56:09 PMSubject: [craftsmanhome] Removing tile
hello, We are getting new counter tops in our kitchen. I am now
removing all the old tile on the wall behind it that were glued on. It
is removing the top white layer of paper on the wall board. My
question is..... Do I need to now replace the wallboard? or is it
alright to place the new tile over this brown paper layer?
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