If you want to add features to your tile project, consider using mosaic tiles. They look great and are easy to adapt especially in those tricky areas. Mosaic tiles are usually equipped with a back panel made of fabric or mesh. In this article, we will look at how to install them quickly, neatly and professionally. Because they are installed much faster than most people think. First of all, mark the area you want to tile with a pencil, and it\'s always a good idea to use slats and spiritual heights. The next step is to use the tile adhesive, and simply use the cut edge of the tile adhesive spreading machine held at a 45 degree angle to lay it on it to produce a truly deep even Ridge. Once your adhesive is applied, it\'s time to put it on your first tile. Make sure you stay with the area you marked with a pencil and press the sheets in place with your hands. Then use a stick or stick to consolidate the tile level, including the tile level on the edge of the paper ( These increase when you apply pressure on the center of the mosaic tile). Mosaic tiles are usually used for borders and splashes. With this in mind, it is not uncommon to encounter obstacles such as sockets and electric light switches. In this case, you simply trim the right tile part by laying the tiles on a flat surface and using a Stanley knife. Once all your tiles are in place, allow your tile adhesive to dry 24 hours a day. Then grouting between tile gaps as needed. Recently, I used matching mosaic tiles in the bathroom tile theme, creating a border around the center of the room. The end result looks great and the border adds a very dynamic feel to the room.