I'm a DIYer and felt that these would really help. I made sure I had the right color for the thickness of the tile. I was installing large format tiles for a shower which can be pretty challenging as it is. The house is a little older so a lot of work had to be done before tiling to get as level as a surface as possible. When the surface was perfect they worked great. If there was a little variance they really helped but had many of them break when closing which was frustrating. If I was going to do tiling more than this time, I would probably go with the strap system.
Tuscan SeamClip From Pearl Abrasive, Blue Seam Clips
From the creators of the popular Tuscan Leveling System the new single-piece system that virtually eliminates lippage during tile installation.
- From Pearl Abrasive is a 1 piece system that requires no tools to install or remove.
- With the popularity of large format tiles lippage has become more of a problem!
- Now with the Tuscan SeamClip single piece leveling system you can get the job done with no extra tools to buy.
- Simply slide the base under the tile, close the wings on the side and after the installation has cured, use a rubber mallet to remove the top portion from the surface.
- Blue SeamClip are For 1/4" thick large format thin-body ceramic tile and for gauged tile less than 3/8" thick.
- Thickness of the the SeamClip is 1/32''.
- For use on both walls and floors.
- Made in the USA with recycled material.
- Easy Removal!
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Really thought these looked like the best for a DIY dude and price wise. Bought 2 boxes for 2 small 30 sq ft each bathroom projects.
Maybe if you had a helper – and had tiles larger than 12”. But for 12” tiles and using Tavy spacers there was hardly room for all the clips and spacers. Working over Hard-Backer board made it impossible, due to how quickly the mortar sets over concrete backer board. This was a small 6’x5’ bathroom – by the time I set the first row of 5 tiles and went back for the 2nd row – the first row had set and the clips did no good – and even sheared off from the stress while trying to set. I quickly realized all my dreams of the perfectly flat floor using these clips was dashed.
Also if your floor isn’t really flat and level to begin, you will be fighting against an uphill battle. So I removed all the clips from the first row and laid the tiles the old fashioned way, by hand with a level. I certainly do like the Tavy clips though............. LOL