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Hanging Your Tiles
Hanging Your Tiles

Learn some tips and tricks for putting your tiles on the wall! 😊

Updated over a week ago

Your Mixtiles have arrived??? How exciting! πŸŽ‰ Hanging your Mixtiles is easy-peasy.

Single Sticky Adhesive Strip:

Check out this quick video to see how to hang your Mixtiles, or read through the instructions below.

Hanging Your Tiles

  1. Wipe your wall with a dry cloth before hanging your tiles to be sure the wall is dust-free.

  2. Decide on a display design before you peel the backing off your sticky so it doesn't dry out.

  3. If you like, you can use any measuring tool to ensure even spacing between your tiles.

  4. Use a level to be sure they're nice and straight.

  5. Peel the protective sheet from the sticky.

  6. Apply pressure evenly around the frame for a great grip.

Unsticking Your Tiles

Hold the bottom of the Mixtiles, and lift the bottom towards the ceiling – they should come right off!

Magnet Stickies:

If you've received Mixtiles with a single magnetic sticky on the back, you can check out this quick video to see how it works!

Unsticking Your Tiles

Peel the magnet off the wall by pulling it backwards against the wall instead of out towards you.

Keeping Your Tiles in Great Shape

  • To clean your tiles, use a dry, soft cloth. No need for water or cleaning products.

And, if there's ever any trouble, just send us a chat or email to [email protected]. We're always here to help! πŸ‘

How To Arrange Your Mixtiles

Now, this is totally up to you! But, if you need some inspiration, there are a few places we'd recommend looking:

  1. Visit our website ( and click on the three lines in the upper corner to find the "Gallery Wall" option. Here, you can find some of the layouts we offer as a Gallery Wall set to get some inspiration for your own display.

  2. If you have an Instagram account, search #Mixtiles to find tons of customer pics of their Mixtiles displays. This is a great way to get inspiration for your own layout. πŸ’–



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