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I am doing a bathroom,and am currently tiling the tub surround. Apparently, the idiot "me" did not install the backer board plum.
The back and sidewall tile meet at the bottom of the tub, but by the time they reach the ceiling, their is a 1/2 inch gap between the back wall and the sidewall. This gap is too large to fill with caulk. Can I use a tile called Bead Tile (it reminds me of 1/4 round molding)? If I use this tile, can I use the same thinset I used to adhere the tile to the backer board? Will it adhere tile to tile? Also, if I use this tile, do I grout it or caulk it? Because I have read on this forum, not to grout corners.
Thank you in advance for your help
I posted this question on John Bridge and got two different answers. One said to use adhesive caulk, the other said to rough up the tile and use versabond to attach the Bead Tile. What is the opinion of the folks on Breaktime.