Tiling Any Vertical Surface

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Old 07-30-2017, 02:02 AM   #1
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Tiling Any Vertical Surface

So I've done a few showers/walls/backsplashes with ceramic, porcelain, etc. and because I've only done it a handful of times I'm still learning new things each time. I recently read that you should start the second row on a vertical wall due to the wall possibly not being perfectly vertical, but I've seen other posts about chalking a center line and bottom row and just making sure it's all squared up from the very bottom row. Just trying to get some professional input to figure out what route I should go my next project. Thanks.
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