Granite tile countertop – Granite tile is the second best choice for a solid granite slab counter and unlike a slab, granite tiles are something that you can install yourself. Granite tiles are natural stone, so it will have a wet saw to make the cuts. (Rent one in your store home improvement.) Be sure to use non-sanded grout, as a regular scratch sanded grout in granite.
Sand the surface of the hob with an electric sander, tarnishing it. Use your square and pencil to mark a line downs the center of the top, front to back, coming down on the front edge. Measure the vertical front edge of the granite tile countertop. Cut granite tiles at that point in a wet saw.
Granite tile countertop spread thin-set along the edge mortar with a trowel and presses the tiles in place, from the media and proceeding towards the edges. Put spacers between them. Cut the tiles around the edges as needed. Keep your board two by four in the first tip tiles and gently tap the board with a mallet, for the top of the tiles, even each other. Five mortar over the counter.