Sixth, dry fit tile with cutout.
This is the nerve wracking part. It’s not easy maneuvering the cut tile around an object without the fear of tearing it along with hopes that it fits properly. Then when it does fit you, have to remove it without tearing it so you can remove the backing and again carefully put it in place. Yeah, this was my least favorite part of the whole project.
But, the results were well worth it. Check them out on the next page.
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