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1.Snap center lines through the length and width of the room with a chalk line.

Follow up with a detergent, like tri-sodium phosphate (TSP). Make sure the area is well ventilated when you use this strong chemical cleaner.

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2.Check the levels on the floor to determine if the concrete is level.

If it is not level, you will want to purchase self-leveling underlayment to create an even surface. If there are pockmarks and cracks, you will want to use some leveling compound or filler.

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3.Roll or brush a latex primer onto the surface of the concrete.

Some leveling underlayment products, like LevelQuick, also sell a primer to be used with their self-leveling compound. Wait for it to dry according to package directions.

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4.Mix the self-leveling underlayment in a bucket or purchase it pre-mixed.

Pour it in the lowest area of the concrete floor. It will seek its own level.

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5.Watch where the leveling compound stops flowing.

Smooth down the edges of the compound against the adjoining concrete with a smooth trowel. Wait for the leveling compound to dry completely

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6.Purchase an anti-fracture membrane to lay over your leveled concrete.

This will help prevent cracking of tiles. You can purchase it in sheets or in liquid form.

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7.Snap center lines through the length and width of the room with a chalk line.

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9.Lay out the tile on the surface of the floor.

Cover the whole surface in a thorough dry run.

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10.View the edges of the tile.

In almost all cases, tile must be cut near the edges to finish the tiling.

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11.Adjust your center lines if the tiles near one edge are less than one-half tiles.

Move a center line to one side enough so that you have even tile cuts on all sides.

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12.Cut your tiles near the edge of the room.

If you need to make small, intricate cuts use tile nippers. Use a tile cutter if you are cutting vinyl tile.

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13.Check that your newly cut tile fits back into your layout before you start to lay the tile.

Leave a 1/4" gap on all edges (by walls, cabinets, fireplace hearths, etc.) to allow for thermal expansion.

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14.Remove the tile in the quarter of the room farthest away from the door.

This is where you will start the installation. You can remove the tiles quarter by quarter or all at once, as long as you know where they will go.

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15.Mix your thinset mortar.

Place the bucket and a one-fourth inch (0.6cm) notched trowel near your empty quarter. You may want to put on knee pads during the installation process.

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16.Spread a three by three foot area with thinset.

Smooth it over the entire area with a smooth trowel.

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17.Comb the thinset using your notched trowel.

The lines should be horizontal and run the same direction throughout your installation.

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18.Set your first tile against the corner of the center line.

Push down lightly to ensure it adheres. Keep a bucket of water and a damp sponge nearby to wipe off tiles if they get thinset on the top. Wipe them off immediately to avoid ruining the surface of the tile.

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19.Place one-fourth inch (0.6cm) tile spacers between the tiles, if you want even, thick grout lines.

You can also skip using spacers and create a thin grout line at the end of your installation.

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20.Place the ceramic tiles down in your three by three grid. Check that they are level.

If a tile is not level, you can ?back-butter? it by placing an extra layer of thinset in a corner to make it level.

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21.Move across the floor in a three foot by three foot area, working in one quarter of the room at a time.

Take your time to ensure you have an even surface. Use a 4' carpenter's level, if you have one..

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24.Lift grout out of the bucket with a grout float

Hold the float at a 45-degree angle and run it across the surface of the tile. Repeat until all the grout spaces seem to be filled

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25.Leave the grout to set for 20 minutes.

Return and clean the top of the tile with a damp sponge. Clean it often and ensure it isn?t too wet.

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26.Allow the grout to set for two hours.

Buff the surface of the tile with a dry cheesecloth. Let the grout continue to dry for 72 hours.

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27.Snap center lines through the length and width of the room with a chalk line.

If you want to seal the entire tile to resist water, you can apply some sealants with a large sponge.