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Different Method of Removing Tile Backsplash
Kitchen is the hearth in every home. People do several things there for cooking and preparing breakfast for lovely family. So you must evaluate whether your kitchen is good enough or not. When you see that there is problem with its tile backsplash, it becomes a necessary for you to remove it soon and replace it with the new one. A new look from the tile backsplash will give a complete makeover to your kitchen. Then, it will be successful to give newly fresh appearance to the kitchen to add its value. So, you will need the information about removing tile backsplash in which you can do it by yourself.
How to Remove Tile Backsplash DIY
How to remove tile backsplash diy? To answer this question, we recommend two different method which will need different tool and technique. Before you start removing tile backsplash, you need to cover your countertop and sink with the gloves or safety glasses so it is safe from any fraction from wall and tile to avoid being dirty and scratched. Learn more at hgtv.com
Method 1: Removing Tile by Tile
The first method is by removing tile by tile. Individually removing tile by tile backsplash is recommended and lots easier to do for tile with less hard surface and easy to chunk and pop up. So you will only need the chisel and hammer. Simply tap a chisel with a hammer in the back of the tile and wall, and make sure it does not damage the dry wall. However, there is still a big risk that the dry wall pulls out more. Finish this process until the tiles are removed entirely. Just click via homedit.com and via hgtv.com to get more reference details.
Method 2: Removing Tiles with Dremel Tool
The second method of removing tile backsplash will be less risked for dry wall damage. You do not need to remove tile by tile, you remove it entirely in once moment. You will need multifunction (dremel) tool. To do this, simply cut along the side of the backsplash tiles from the top of the countertop to the top row of tiles. Do not cut into 2×4 framing within the wall itself. Then, simply pull the tile by using crowbar. Do this carefully and it is faster and better to keep wall from damage. See also the video here.