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Mirrors add light, depth, and dimension. These versatile inverted beveled 2x8 mirrored tiles will help create an elegant, custom look for any decor, seamlessly adding an artistic and dramatic flair to your surroundings. Please note this tile is not recommended to install in a pool or shower. Mirrored glass is not resistant to alkali and water.
- 1.875" x 7.75"
- 0.91 sq. ft. / unit
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 5 answersWhy did you choose this?TileBar StoreFun while still neutral for a light themed kitchen. Mirrored edges compliment stainless steel appliances without overwhelming. Perfect mixed with felicity frosted.Rita D on Sep 26, 2016Fun while still neutral for a light themed kitchen. Mirrored edges compliment stainless steel appliances without overwhelming. Perfect mixed with felicity frosted.Rita D on Sep 26, 2016Does this tile have to be grouted?BEST ANSWER: Yes, these must be grouted to avoid damage to the tiles.I'm trying to get a sense of this tile...are some tiles flush while others are dipped/inverted inward? Do they all uniformly reflect like a mirror?BEST ANSWER: The face of this glossy glass tile is completely flat. All tiles are the same. The frame has the mirror quality therefore the observed reflections vary. The center is just white. While simple to install, it has a fun and lively look.
Installing Mirror Glass Mosaics
(Mirror glass mosaics are not resistant to alkai and water. Ensure that mirror glass mosaics are kept away from alkali, acid, and water.)SETTING ADHESIVE Mirror should be installed with CRL Gunther Extra/Build Mirror Mastic or equivalent. Do not use solvent glues, generic adhesives or construction adhesives. CUTTING Cutting mirror should be done using a score and snap tile cutter with an an appropriate wheel. You may also use a glass cutter and straight edge to score and snap the tile.