Genesis Tile Wedge Spacers
Established in 1989 in the ceramic and accessories market, Genesis quickly became a leading brand in the UK and around the world and have gone from strength to strength since. When it comes to tile trims, corners and end caps, Genesis has it all. Check out the range of Genesis products below to see which one will help you complete your current tiling project. As a leading global brand, Genesis provides innovative tile finishing solutions for professional tilers, DIY enthusiasts, and contractors.
The genesis tile spacer range has a varied format to suit most needs. From the small bag through to the large, extremely popular, bucket container. All spacers are injection moulded for precision and the individual spacer is separated after the moulding process to allow faster use when tiling.
- All spacers are injection moulded for precision
- Manufactured from high grade polypropylene
- Can be used in conjunction with levelling systems
- Crucial for achieving a level first row of wall tile
- Avoids tile slippage on vertical surfaces - will not compress
- Flexible, soft plastic design for easy maneuvering in tile joints
- Position between wall tiles to ensure level horizontal grout lines during installation
|Available Sizes||0>5mm, 1>13mm|
|Pack Quantity||50pcs, 100pcs|
How do I use tile spacers?
Once you’ve applied your adhesive and placed the tiles on top of it, simply place spacers at each corner of your tiles and then push the tiles together until the spacer is fully butted up against each corner of each tile. This will ensure an equal gap wherever the tiles meet.
How long should I leave spacers in?
20-30 minutes. The spacers need to be in place until the tile adhesive sets, which usually takes from 20 to 30 minutes. Don't leave them much longer than that, or they may get bonded to the adhesive.
How many tile spacers do I need?
Estimating the quantity of tile spacers for you project is easy – just take the number of tiles you’re using and multiply it by four! It’s always worth getting a little bit extra though to account for breakages and losing them amongst your tiling tools and materials.
What size should I choose?
Taking British Standards into consideration (as well as common practice) it is recommended that wall spacers are 2-3mm (with 2mm covering the majority of requirements) and floor spacers 3-5mm.