Lake Abbey Vitrified Porcelain Paving :
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Suggestions laying with adhesive on a Screed
1 Apply the adhesive spreading two layers, one on each surface (on the tile and on the foundation).
2 Arrange gaps of 3-5 mm between the tiles using the cross spacers provided for this purposes.
3 Upon completion, clean the surface thoroughly removing all residues of plaster and adhesive.
Suggestions laying dry on Grass
1 Once the positions of the tiles have been decided upon, remove the grassy surface for a depth of about 5 mm.
2 Place a layer of fine gravel or sand in the empty space to level it & stabilise the tile.
3 Position the tile, checking that it is flat and correcting this if necessary
Suggestions laying dry on Gravel and Sand
1 Flatten the surface of the foundation with the help of a leveling bar.
2 Choose the pattern, arranging the tiles on the ground.
3 Position the tiles exactly, using a bar to space them out (or cross spacers if positioned close together) to improve the alignment.