Paving construction method of antique bricks

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Step 1: “ Determine the scheme. The common paving methods of antique bricks include “ People stickers, “ I-post, “ Oblique rhombic line, “ Chamfered bricks lined with small flowered bricks, “ Floor tile with side line paving, etc. There are various ways of paving, each with its own merits. Choosing a suitable paving method with the designer is related to the purchase, counting and other aspects, which should not be taken lightly

step 2: “ Leveling. The so-called leveling means that before paving antique bricks, the surface of the paved building should be treated, such as the inner wall, outer wall, ground, etc. Remove the dirt attached to the surface, spray water to moisten it, and then mix and level it with cement sand. Generally, use an ash shovel to constantly smear on the surface to keep the cement floor roughly horizontal, and pave it after the cement sand mixture is completely dry

three steps: “ Snap the line. This snapping refers to using a long thin line to paint color or lime on the line according to the determined paving method, and then drawing the location of antique bricks and the reference line of brick joints on the leveled ground. It's the same reason with carpenters to use black lines on boards

step 4: “ Paving. After making the above preparations, it is time to really start tiling. In order to achieve a more natural effect, some high-end/imported antique tiles are specially made into “ The original edge, not the edge cut in a straight line. In this way, it is more important to emphasize the paving skills. You must pave along the sign or arrow direction of the brick bottom (a good antique brick brand will be fine in this regard, and the brick bottom generally has directional instructions), otherwise it will be caused by the wrong paving direction “ First class problems. Pay attention to whether the construction method of the construction team is meticulous, which can greatly reduce the decoration problems that will occur in the future

step 5: “ Soak bricks. Immerse the matte bricks in clean water, subject to no bubbles. Make the ceramic tile fully absorb water, and prevent the dry ceramic tile from absorbing water again after decoration, resulting in brick deformation

step 6: “ Mixing. The cement mortar shall be mixed in the ratio of 1:2, and the mixed cement mortar grade shall be less than 200 # and these will be used to coat the back of the ceramic tile

step 7: “ Paste. Take out the soaked ceramic tiles, wipe the water stains dry, spray enough water on the leveling layer, and then evenly smear cement mortar on the back of the bricks. The thickness of mortar is 5~6cm, and the bricks are appropriately thickened when paving large-scale matte; Immediately stick the bricks, gently pat them firmly with a wooden hammer to avoid hollowing, and level them with a ruler at any time

step 8: “ Trim. After a certain area is pasted, fill and scrape the brick joints with caulking agent. Finally, remove the dirt on the brick surface, such as cement mortar, sewage, stains, etc., and strengthen conservation





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