The same process that applies to tubs applies to wall tile. However, normally the process takes an additional day of preparation and an additional day of set-up.
Day one consists of prepping and regrouting.
Day two is curing time, needed to allow for proper drying of the grout. (Some other companies claim they can do this process in one day. However, the moisture in the grout, if not allowed proper cure time, can cause a "weak spot" in the bonding process resulting in adhesion failure.)
Day three is product application in the color you select, and we clean up the room.
The next 24 hours is cure time.
Regarding wall tile: please keep in mind that as a general rule, wall paper and painted surfaces cannot be salvaged. For optimum results, vanity, sink, commode and other fixtures should be removed from the room.
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