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Four days ago I layed porcelain tile on drywall using thinset mortar. When I went to remove the shims which were holding the tiles in place, chunks of the tile chipped off at the bottom on one of the tiles. Unfortunately, this will show and won't be covered by anything! Can I try to remove that single tile or will the drywall just be destroyed? I'm just sick about leaving something like that. It will make a brand new job look bad.
 

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TO: RON6519

If I am able to remove the tile, what kind of shape will the drywall be in?? That's my concern. It's an 18x18 tile and I don't want to pry it off if the drywall will be totally shot. I forgot to mention that there's no tile above this one as I haven't layed the bullnose above it or grouted yet.

JAN GM
 
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