Stained and Plain Clear Glass Tiles need more attention when setting up. Because you can see what is on the other hand of the tile, you may wind up seeing the path made by the actual trowel when the installer had been butting the wall. Therefore it is recommended to use a white lute such as mastic and also spread the back of the tiles. Be sure to press the tiles strongly against the wall with a grout float and take a look when there is any air bubbles right after each piece has been positioned so you may correct the issue before the adhesive dries. Certainly this type of glass tiles requires more time to install but the outcome is absolutely worth.
Clear glass mosaic tiles are available in numerous colors, and can be used for several applications such as kitchen backsplash, bathroom, shower, featured walls, and swimming pool.