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Today on Modern Builds, Mike Montgomery is partnering with Rachel Andersen (@randersen) to create a DIY Vertical Subway Tile Backsplash in a small Half Bath. We chose not to use spacers for a really low profile look, but I’ll link some below if you’re interested. This was my first time installing backsplash and I hope sharing my experience can lower the stress level of anyone else who’s interested in trying the same.

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Stuff We Used:
3″x9″ Subway Tile:
Tile Adhesive:
Spacers:
Grout:
Trowel:
Grout Float:
Sponges:
5 Gal Buckets:
Tile Saw:
Diamond Blade:
Ceramic Hole Saw:

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The first 300 people to click this link will get 2 months of Skillshare for free: Today on Modern Builds, Mike Montgomery is partnering with Rachel Andersen (@randersen) to create a DIY Vertical Subway Tile Backsplash in a small Half Bath. We chose not to use spacers for a really low profile look, but I'll link some below if you're interested. This was my first time installing backsplash and I hope sharing my experience can lower the stress level of anyone else who's interested in trying the same. Follow Rachel: Follow Mike: Stuff We Used: 3"x9" Subway Tile: Tile Adhesive: Spacers: Grout: Trowel: Grout Float: Sponges: 5 Gal Buckets: Tile Saw: Diamond Blade: Ceramic Hole Saw: More Info and Written Article: ___ DONT FORGET TO LIKE COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE. Subscribe: ___ ADD ME ON: Instagram: | @modernbuilds Facebook: Subscribe: Website: ___ Thanks for watching! -Mike Montgomery MODERN BUILDS
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