Tile Grid - 3/4"

$14.95 USD
Item# 70801
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Product Features

  • Easily create mosaic designs
  • Perfect grout lines every time
  • Use with 3/4 inch tiles


Product Description

Tile grids are a huge time saver!
Create mosaic designs with perfect grout lines. Use grid with 3/4" tile to keep your pattern in line and looking good! Companion item to Mosaic Tile Creator software (item 7060D, sold separately).  Overall size 13-1/2". Creates a 12-1/2" design.

Delphi Tip:  Place tiles in grid and use adhesive backing like sandblast resist (item 5534 or 5535) to transfer design. 

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Pros : If you already have glass tiles on sheets you may find the sheets made on this smaller than those. I got these to make accent areas of tile. I will have to make the sheets already made over again with the grid to make them the same size. But these tiles fit perfect in the grid if I take them off the paper and re do them. The difference is simply the grout lines. These grids make a smaller grout line, and would rather have a smaller grout line. So what may be a CON to some is a PRO to me. I like the grids, and they are cheaper than some I have seen. The others may be the ones that the grout lines that come out larger too.
Cons : None for me
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