Tile is a common choice for bathroom floor material, as it is naturally resistant to damage from moisture and other bathroom conditions. While tiles like vinyl or linoleum are commonly used, ceramic tiles can offer a more sophisticated finish. Installing tile on a bathroom floor is no more difficult or complicated than installing them on any other architectural surface. The project is generally straightforward and can be successfully completed by just about anyone. Before starting, remove the toilet from the floor.
5 When installing tiles around the toilet flange, use the angle grinder and masonry wheel to cut circular shapes so they fit around the flange. Read and follow any operation and safety instructions specified in the angle grinder owners manual.
Slowly add one bag of thin-set mortar mix to 1 gallon of water in a large bucket while mixing with the electric drill and mixing attachment. Continue stirring the mixture for five to 10 minutes. Let sit for another 10 minutes, or as otherwise specified on the bag.
Slowly add one bag of grout mix to one gallon of water in a large bucket, unless other mixing ratios are specified on the grout package, while mixing with the electric drill and mixing attachment. Continue stirring the mixture for five to 10 minutes.