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Tip: Use a wooden dowel to create your grout spaces.
Clean the wall where the backsplash is to be installed.
Use a wooden dowel vertically and horizontally as a spacer to get the grout lines.
Apply high strength construction adhesive to brick, and then place the brick on wall in the desired location.
Make any cuts of the brick tile with a tile saw. Get the look of aged brick by roughing up the edges of the tiles with the edge of a tile saw.
When all the brick is secured to the wall and given plenty of time to set, (about a day) mix the grout and apply to spaces between the bricks using a trowel. When the grout is dry, apply sealant.
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