These tile spacers with a 10mm width are perfect for brick slip tiles and half bond joints. Whether you are installing internally or externally, they make the installation task much easier and faster to complete. It doesn’t matter if you are a professional or a first-time installer, as these tile spacers enable you to produce a fantastic finish to the wall.

What are T Spacers used for?

Tile spacers (or brick slip spacers) are used to ensure the gap between each tile remains in place during installation, enabling you to create an even finish when grouting your tiles. They are positioned at the corner of each tile as each one is placed into position, pushing the tiles together until the spacer is in contact with each corner. They can be removed later on and reused again where needed.

Which tile spacer should I use?

The tile spacer you use for your project depends on personal preference more than anything else. Some are better used to help install or repair brick slips, such as these 10mm t-type extra-large tile spacers. Tile spacers will determine the width of the grout lines, which will heavily influence the overall design.

Do you grout over tile spacers?

You should avoid grouting over tile spacers, as this will likely lead to a poor end result. Grouting over tile spacers will also affect the integrity of the grout joint over time, leading to loose and broken tiles. Once the tiles or brick slips have been put into position, always remove the tile spacers before you start grouting to give the best results.

How long do tile spacers need to stay in?

Ideally, tile spacers should be removed within 20-30 minutes after the adhesive has been applied. Removing them too quickly will cause the slip or tile to move, and leaving it in place for too long can cause it to become stuck.



Traditional Brick and Stone
10mm T-Type Tile Spacers | Brick Slip Accessories | Armstrong Cheshire - Armstrong Cheshire

These tile spacers with a 10mm width are perfect for brick slip tiles and half bond joints. Whether you are installing internally or externally, they make the installation task much easier and faster to complete. It doesn’t matter if you are a professional or a first-time installer, as these tile spacers enable you to produce a fantastic finish to the wall.

What are T Spacers used for?

Tile spacers (or brick slip spacers) are used to ensure the gap between each tile remains in place during installation, enabling you to create an even finish when grouting your tiles. They are positioned at the corner of each tile as each one is placed into position, pushing the tiles together until the spacer is in contact with each corner. They can be removed later on and reused again where needed.

Which tile spacer should I use?

The tile spacer you use for your project depends on personal preference more than anything else. Some are better used to help install or repair brick slips, such as these 10mm t-type extra-large tile spacers. Tile spacers will determine the width of the grout lines, which will heavily influence the overall design.

Do you grout over tile spacers?

You should avoid grouting over tile spacers, as this will likely lead to a poor end result. Grouting over tile spacers will also affect the integrity of the grout joint over time, leading to loose and broken tiles. Once the tiles or brick slips have been put into position, always remove the tile spacers before you start grouting to give the best results.

How long do tile spacers need to stay in?

Ideally, tile spacers should be removed within 20-30 minutes after the adhesive has been applied. Removing them too quickly will cause the slip or tile to move, and leaving it in place for too long can cause it to become stuck.



Traditional Brick and Stone
Traditional Brick and Stone  |  SKU: IM-Tile-Spacers

10mm T-Type Brick Slip & Brick Tile Spacers

£8.25
VAT included

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These tile spacers with a 10mm width are perfect for brick slip tiles and half bond joints. Whether you are installing internally or externally, they make the installation task much easier and faster to complete. It doesn’t matter if you are a professional or a first-time installer, as these tile spacers enable you to produce a fantastic finish to the wall.

What are T Spacers used for?

Tile spacers (or brick slip spacers) are used to ensure the gap between each tile remains in place during installation, enabling you to create an even finish when grouting your tiles. They are positioned at the corner of each tile as each one is placed into position, pushing the tiles together until the spacer is in contact with each corner. They can be removed later on and reused again where needed.

Which tile spacer should I use?

The tile spacer you use for your project depends on personal preference more than anything else. Some are better used to help install or repair brick slips, such as these 10mm t-type extra-large tile spacers. Tile spacers will determine the width of the grout lines, which will heavily influence the overall design.

Do you grout over tile spacers?

You should avoid grouting over tile spacers, as this will likely lead to a poor end result. Grouting over tile spacers will also affect the integrity of the grout joint over time, leading to loose and broken tiles. Once the tiles or brick slips have been put into position, always remove the tile spacers before you start grouting to give the best results.

How long do tile spacers need to stay in?

Ideally, tile spacers should be removed within 20-30 minutes after the adhesive has been applied. Removing them too quickly will cause the slip or tile to move, and leaving it in place for too long can cause it to become stuck.



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