- How thick should Thinset be for large format tiles?
- How do I know what size trowel to use?
- What is considered a large format tile?
- How do I use large format tile?
For large and heavy tile mortars, formerly known as medium bed products, the minimum thickness is also 3/32” while the maximum is 1/2” after the tile is embedded.
Finding the right trowel for the job is quite simple when you know that, generally speaking, the trowel size should match up to the tile size – the smaller the tile, the smaller the trowel, the larger the tile, the larger the trowel.
Large format tile is considered to be square or rectangular tiles larger than 12×12, including popular wood look porcelain planks in sizes like 6×24 and 6×36. They are durable, and because of their size, fewer are needed per space, meaning fewer grout lines making cleanup and maintenance a breeze.
1:423:45Tips and Tricks – Installing Large Format Tile – YouTubeYouTube