Wood porcelain tile – molding, such as baseboard molding, adhering to the wall instead of tiles. As other materials, porcelain tile moves with changes in temperature and humidity. If the motherboard is attached to tiles, it would move away from the wall as the porcelain shrank, leaving a space between the wall and molding. Transition moldings, however, do not adhere to the tiles. Transition molding covers the gap and save the gap between two different soil types, such as tile and hardwood.
Insert a tube of construction adhesive or silicone caulk into a caulk gun. Tilt the cut at an angle of 45 degrees and make the hole is about 3/16 inch in diameter to produce the correct bead size. The hole does not have to be exactly 3/16, only somewhere around that diameter wood porcelain tile. Insert a long nail in the hole and through protective foil seal on the nozzle base.
Remove the nail and squeeze a drop of adhesive on the bottom of the wood porcelain tile molding transition to attach the tile. One long grain, thin is sufficient to maintain the molding in place. Place the molding where you want it attaches, press down to seat the adhesive and hold the piece down for a few minutes.