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Edging tiles in bathroom after installation

Postby Beckface » Sat Jan 30, 2021 9:11 am

We moved into our house a few years ago. The previous owners had a new bathroom and toilet room installed, and the installers left the tiling unedged in both. The bathroom we're having redone, but I want to know how best to edge the small amount of tiling behind the sink in the toilet room. I've attached photos.

Although I am aware it would give the best finish, taking the tiles off is and slipping proper tile edging behind the tiles (as I've seen recommended elsewhere) is not an option for me.

I was thinking of attaching PVC edging to it, something like uPVC quadrant moulding, unless someone can suggest something better. Would silicone be ok to attach this? Also, does anyone have any recommendations for how I could finish the corners off relatively neatly?

Thanks all.
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Postby stoneyboy » Sun Jan 31, 2021 10:30 pm

Hi beckface
You could use aluminium angle stuck on the tiles with silicone and mitre the corners. Try B&Q or Screwfix for a suitable size.
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