A: We installed on painted drywall and just used the glue they required .. turned out better than I expected.. and also did a sealer on them made them a little darker.
A: There are 25 corners in a box.
A: Don’t do it like tile. It will be messed up. Look up on YouTube for grouting brick. Here is a YouTube video. https://youtu.be/gZcIallJSLQ
A: Yes, we do recommend the tile grout. We also recommend using a grout bag.
A: We tried thinset and it did not look or cooperate well. Thinset will look too smoothe and muddy. We ended up using regular sanded gray grout which looked much more appropriate for brick.
A: I installed the brick over dry wall with mastic - which made it very easy. Then I used sanded grout (one of the greys) with a grout bag then smoothed down the grout with a joint raker. After letting it set a bit, then I used a stiff brush to clean the brick off. It really looks nice.
A: We only sell our colonial corners and Brickweb corners by the box.
A: Yes, you can buy them individually. Just verify they are similar in thickness.
A: you can buy samples
|Brand||Old Mill Brick||Old Mill Brick||Old Mill Brick|
|Name||20 in. x 10 in. x 5 in. Old Mill Thin Brick Systems 50 lbs. Adhesive||Rushmore Thin Brick Singles - Corners (Box of 25) - 7.625 in x 2.25 in (5.5 linear ft)||Castle Gate Thin Brick Singles - Corners (Box of 25) - 7.625 in. x 2.25 in. (5.5 lin. ft.)||Columbia Street Thin Brick Singles - Corners (Box of 25) - 7.625 in. x 2.25 in. (5.5 lin. ft.)|
|Compression Strength (psi)||1000 psi||1000 psi||1000 psi||1000 psi|
|Brick Type||Brickweb, Thin Brick||Brickweb, Thin Brick||Brickweb, Thin Brick||Brickweb, Thin Brick|
|Coverage Area (cu. ft.)||0.0 cu ft||0.0 cu ft||0.0 cu ft||0.0 cu ft|
|Product Weight (lb.)||50||4||33||4|
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