Remove Old Home Depot Bathroom Tiles
The first step to any bathroom renovation is removal of existing home depot bathroom tiles and fixtures. That means breaking apart tiles and glue to bonds to their substrates. For old tiles, you can also find that this means removing as much as 1-2 inches of mortar under the tiles and backer board behind the wall tiles. While this can be messy work, big bites of that mortar will likely come up with the tiles as you paint them
How to remove old home depot bathroom tiles, apply for protection against sharp tile slices and dust that removes tile will create. Created a place to put slabs of tiles and mortar for easy removal and to keep the area ready to go. Hit some tiles with hammer and chisel. Break the tiles and mortar into large pieces, which you can lift. Clear a section right down to the surface and big enough for you to get the broken iron behind. Put the edge of the iron under the mortar holding the old tiles in place, not the edge of the tile. Use iron to put pressure on mortar, pull it and tile up.
Then to remove old home depot bathroom tiles, use hammer and chisel to break free any tile or mortar does not come loose for iron. Divide all stubborn stains and test surrounding areas with bars to determine where the fracture can end. Often, breaking the tile in an area will loosen the surrounding tiles. Use a floor scraper to get the last of the glue, leveling the surface.