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Can You tile over a brick fireplace?
Joe Ferrante replies: Sure you could, but it鈥檚 a lot easier to trowel thinset over the brick and then tile right over that. Here鈥檚 how to do it: Steps for Tiling Over a Brick Fireplace: Cover the hearth with a drop cloth and remove the mantel and anything else that鈥檚 attached to the brick.
What can I use to cover a brick fireplace hearth?
Choose from ceramic tile, or natural stone tile like marble, granite or slate. In many cases, skim-coating the existing brick with thinset will create a strong, smooth surface for tile installation. Place drop cloths over the hearth and the floor. Use painter’s tape to mask off adjoining walls and the mantel if it will remain in place.
How do you make brick look like tile?
Spread an even layer of thinset mortar over the bricks with a trowel. Smooth out the mortar to create a flat, even surface over the bricks, filling in any indentations, grooves or bumps on the brick. This will provide the flat surface necessary to install the tile later. Let the mortar dry for at least 24 hours.
How do you thinset brick before tiling?
Using a trowel, spread an even layer of thinset over the bricks. Use the flat side and edge of the trowel to smooth the thinset, eliminating any ridges or bumps. Allow the thinset to cure for 24 hours before tiling. The thinset will cover the bricks and mortar and provide a flat, smooth surface for tile installation.