How to Install a Marble Tile Backsplash
Boost your kitchen's wow factor in a three-day weekend by installing a timeless Carrara marble backsplash in an updated subway tile pattern.
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Caulk Between Countertop and Backsplash
Load caulk into caulking gun and cut off the tip at a slight angle. Position tip in the gap between countertop and tile. While applying even pressure, slowly move caulk gun along seam, leaving a line of caulk (Image 1). Wet your fingertip and smooth the caulked line (Image 2), wiping excess off caulk on a paper towel. Finally, reapply switch plate covers (Image 3), decorate and enjoy your stylish new kitchen (Image 4).
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