Can tiles be laid on putty if they have been primed beforehand?

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I am renovating the kitchen myself. I have putty on the walls and the plasterboard box and will put tiles on the apron, but I have heard the opinion that tiles cannot be put on putty. Is this true?

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You can not put the tiles on the putty, it can not withstand the weight and the entire layer, along with the tiles will fall off the wall.

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Do not tile over putty.

Clean the area for the apron and make notches into the wall, prime the area and then tile.

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Of course it is better to remove the putty, but if you're too lazy to do it, make a couple of coats of primer deep penetration, it helps to strengthen the putty.

But again, to avoid problems in the future, remove the putty before you lay the tiles.

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    No matter how you prime, and the finishing putty is not designed for it to put the tile – it simply can not withstand the weight and move away from the wall with the tile.
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