Getting Started: Start by choosing a smooth, dry surface to make ceramic tiles. The area should be away from any source of moisture, heat, or sudden movements. Kneading Clay: The basic constituent of all ceramic tiles is clay. You need to knead a handful of polymer clay. This kind of clay is more durable (moisture_tolerant) than other cheaper varieties of clays. Wet the clay with water and start kneading it. Knead the clay until the entire clay_mix seems soft and devoid of any lumps.
How to Make Hardwood Floors Shine: To bring back the shine to dull, worn out hardwood floors all you need is a little vinegar and warm water. First, clean your floors properly by vacuuming up any dirt, dust or particles to avoid scratching your hardwood while shining. Fill a bucket up with hot water and depending on how large your space is add 3ǚ _ 1 cup of vinegar. Soak your mop and squeeze out as much water as you can _ you want your mop to be damp not wet. Mop up your floors and continue dipping it into the water/vinegar mixture to bring back as much shine as possible.
by Shirley C. Howard on Aug 01, 2018 Ceramic Tile