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Unread 01-13-2010, 09:56 AM   #3
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Hi Steve:

As Ed mentioned, what you are proposing is not recommended for the sake of quality and longevity. We can help you do it right... However, you can do as you wish in your own house. You can always lay bullnose strips along the top edge of your countertop so that they overlap the edge by a little more than a tile thickness. The width doesn't matter if they're on the top. Then cut strips of tile for the front edge that are as wide as the edge is thick and thinset them on beneath and flush with the edge of the bullnose. By making a custom front like that, you can accomodate any substrate width.


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