Metallic Ceiling Tiles – are often made of tin or copper and a decorative element in any room. In addition to enhancing ceilings, metal ceiling tiles often installed behind sinks to create a decorative backsplash. Loosen one of the metal ceiling tiles, so that the face down. Apply a clear construction grade adhesive to the back of the first application of a line of it around the periphery and filling the center in a zigzag pattern.
Lift the tile and turn it so that the adhesive to the wall. Align the bottom of the tile to the lower portion of the wall on one side and press it firmly on the wall. Press and hold the tile in place for 5 to 10 seconds. Repeat the process of applying glue to another mettalic ceiling tiles. Turn the adhesive side to the wall and look for the small ¼-inch lip at the bottom of it. Position the lip on the associated tab in the installed tile and press it against the wall. The two panels should overlap seamlessly.
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Install any remaining metallic ceiling tiles in the same manner, wherein the upper row of tiles for last, because therefor to pass trimming. Place a tape measure at the top of the cabinet and measure up to the last installed tile on the wall. Transfer the measurement to a new ceiling tile, with the aid of a pencil. Cut along the line, using tin snips. Install the latest top row of tiles in the same way as the others, upwards from the cut edge to the cabinets as you press it on the wall.