Ceramic bathtub tile

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Old 08-16-05, 06:04 PM
michlyne
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Ceramic bathtub tile

I was trying to replace my chrome recessed soap dish in my tub and found mold behind it, I also inadvertantly removed 5 or 6 tiles in the process which also had mold behind them. I cannot take on the job of removing and replacing all of the tiles (they surround the tub and go up about 3/4 of the wall) so I am going to try and dry the area, recaulk and hope that I can contain the problem, the tile is in excellent shape. I have tried to soak the tiles that I removed (they were set on some type of paper backing) to clean them, but I don't know how to remove the adhesive that was originally used. What should I do? All I was originally trying to do was clean an old tub and paint the walls. Please help!
 
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Old 08-17-05, 05:14 PM
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That paper is probably the drywall backing, if so, time to get out the credit card and start shopping.
 
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