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Note: This article was updated on 2017-08-26 and previously published under WIKI_Q210794

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QWe have a 15-year-old swimming pool that has shed some of its trim tiles. Town & Country, the company that built it, has no replacements. Do you know of a company that stocks old swimming pool trim tiles?


AThe simplest solution might be to have new tiles custom-made. One company that specializes in this is Arcana Tileworks in Winter Garden, Fla. (407-876-1613, The company makes all kinds of tiles, including historical designs with relief shapes and flat bathroom and kitchen tiles. It can match colors, shapes and artistic designs — all services you may need to get pieces for your pool surround.

You’ll need porcelain tiles, which don’t absorb water and therefore stand up to use in a pool surround. And judging from the pictures you sent, it looks as though you will need three glaze colors. “Fortunately, the cobalt blue and white will not be difficult,” Arcana owner Nancy Krug wrote in an email, “but the rust color may not be one...

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Veneer stones are thin and mimic the look of thicker stones. Veneer stones are less expensive than their full counterparts are, and their thinness allows installation in areas unable to bear the weight of thicker stones. A veneer stone may come loose from the wall because of water infiltration behind it, seismic movement or improper installation. In many cases, you can repair fallen veneer stones without calling in a professional.

Clean the stone and the void – where the stone fell from – of any loose mortar, dirt or debris. Brush the back of the stone and the void with a stiff metal brush.

Put on protective rubber gloves.

Mix veneer stone mortar or S-type mortar according to the manufacturer's directions. You will need enough mortar to anchor the veneer stone back in place and to grout the space around it.

Moisten the void and the back of the stone with water. Use a masonry brush to dampen the surfaces until they are moist, but not dripping. Do not set...

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Sounds like you have a bigger problem than you might think,if the tiles are falling off...I had the same thing happen to me, I live in an apartment 2 tiles fell off ..water got in behind them,through cracks in the grout and caused mildew/mold to grow behind them causing the adhesive/glue to deteriorate.If I were you I would check for mildew/ will know it when you see it, normally black,,if this is the case get a pro to take a closer look at it ...mildew/mold can be very bad for your health..if you don't see anything like that,,for a quick fix,let the area dry out,where the tiles fell off,scrape& sand,tiles too, go to your local hardware store and tell them what has happened and you need small can of adhesive/glue& grout,,and follow the direction on the product you can do it,,it's really no big deal....

Source(s): Painter & Home Repair 20 plus years

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How To Fix Tiles In A Swimming Pool

So you have a problem with the tiles in your pool. Maybe you have a few cracked tiles or chipped tiles, or more commonly you have a few that have fallen off and you want to replace them. Before you start trying to stick the tiles back up on the wall there are a few things you need to consider - first and foremost is why did the tiles fall off / break in the first place? If you do not address this extremely important question then it is very likely that any tiles that you repair will simply fail again. The information on this page will teach you how to inspect for tile failure, how to fix them, and how to prevent your tiles from failing off again.

There are a number of factors that keep tiles on the wall, any of which can cause the tiles to fall off if there is a problem. What it boils down to is that if the substrate fails (substrate is the surface the tiles are mounted on) then the tiles will fail. If the substrate cracks,...

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Reattaching tile that has fallen off of an inground pool is quite simple , you will need a small flathead screwdriver a small hammer and some tile-set. you can purchase the tile -set at home depot .first you make sure all loose cements around the tile are removed the hammer and screwdriver can be used to chip away the grout on the sides of the remaining tiles .check to see if the tile that has fallen off will fit back in place nice and flush. mix up a small amount of tile set depending on how mwny tiles have fallen off, to a whipcream texture. apply a even amount to the back of the tile place it back in its proper place tap it a little with the blunt end of the screwdriver allow to dry and grout back over it , grout is what fills the joints in between the tiles .grout can also be purchased at the home depot.

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Tile Falls Off Wall TIPS

DEAR TIM: The 8-inch by 10-inch wall tiles in my bathroom are bulging out in places. I pushed on them and they moved.

Further investigation revealed many are loose and only held in place by the grout between the tiles. The tile have been up for eight years installed by a pro who supplied the adhesive.

What might be the cause for this problem? I believe I can salvage the tile. How can I permanently adhere my salvaged tile to the wall? Lloyd May, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

DEAR LLOYD: I'm sorry to hear about your dilemma.

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My Own Failure

I've had the same thing happen to me many years ago when I was just getting started in construction. It only took eight days for my tile job to fail, not eight years! It was the first and last time I had a problem with tile failing.

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There's a real quick and easy fix that will buy you time. You will need a caulking gun. You'll also need some liquid nails (which comes in a tube that will fit your caulking gun) and also a tube of Silicone caulk.

Before you do anything else, scrape off any exceess loose fragments from where your tiles have come off. A quick spray of tilex will help destroy any lingering mildew. Let this dry a half hour or so. You'll also want to clean up the backs of the loose tiles themselves.

Apply the liquid nails to the back of each loose tile and set each into place. Avoid using too much liquid nails. (If it oozes beyond the tile edge when setting into place, its too much.) Let this dry for a couple hours.

If you have white grout on the rest of the tile, so with a White Silicone caulk, otherwise consider a clear or appropriate colored flavor if your hardware store has this. Use the Silicone as your "grout". With a drop or two of cooking oil on your thumb, you'll be able to...

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You will want to replace broken or cracked tiles to maintain the appearance of a room. It is also important to replace them because damaged tiles can lead to leaks in the room, which can damage walls and floors, and may lead to mold problems and eventually structural damage.

Use a grout raker to remove the grout from around the edge of the broken tile (Image 1). Check for electricity or water supplies using a detector.

Weaken the tile surface further by drilling a number of holes through it (Image 2).

Use a club hammer and chisel to remove sections of the broken tile. Be sure to wear gloves and protective goggles (Image 3). Apply tile adhesive to the back of a tile using an adhesive spreader (Image 4).

Position the tile, checking that it sits flush. Use spacers to maintain grout gaps. When dry, remove the spacers and grout the joints (Image 5).

Reusing Broken Tiles
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