Not to contradict Mr. Cadioli, but I use them all the time. Wedges for verticle and cross-lookin’ things for horizontal. I do admire a man that can eyeball it and come out right, I sure can’t. Taunton has a big tile book out and the master tile man/ author sez you should take them out to prevent “ghosting” in the grout, but then on one page there’s a picture of him leaving them in, hmm. Anyway,
i what I do
is get a second bag of spacers and put them in standing up, with just one leg seperating the tiles, and one for each corner of each tile. Doesn’t take that much longer and instead of having to dig them out, you just “pluck em.”
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