2013 The Hottest Polished Porcelain Tile ZY8006

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Special Features of 2013 the hottest  Polished Porcelain Tiles:

 

Jade Dragon Stone

 

Pink color 

 

Size: 600 x 600, 800 x 800 and 1,000 x 1,000mm

 

Water absorption: ≤0.5%

 

Quality grade: AAA (first choice)

 

Packing:

 

Carton with wooden pallets

 

600 x 600mm: 4 pieces/carton, 1.44sqm/carton, 30kg/carton

 

800 x 800mm: 3 pieces/carton, 1.92sqm/carton, 48kg/carton

 

10,000 x 1,000mm: 2 pieces/carton, 2sqm/carton, 62kg/carton

 

 

Primary Competitive Advantages of the hottest Polished Porcelain Tiles:

 

Experienced Staff

 

Form A

 

Green Product

 

Guarantee/Warranty

 

Military Specifications

 

Polished porcelain  floor tiles:

 

First choice,top grade.

 

 Water absorption:<0.1%.

 

Delivery Time:15~25 days after deposit.

 

Certicate: CE,ISO9001,Soncap,etc.

 

Competitive price and good quality

 

Usage— Suitable for home, high grade office buildings, high-grade hotel, airport, shopping mall,

deluxe clubs floor and wall tiles etc.

 

This series of products in addition to good wear resistance with ultrafine tiles, flexural strength,

and low water absorption, the appearance of the product, due to be fired into a crystal frit, so

three-dimensional effectprominent, white the texture clear, natural, delicate harmony and balance without duplication, with impeccable decorative effect, close to natural stone. 

 

 

Main Export Markets:

 

 

Eastern Europe

 

North America

 

Mid East/Africa

 

Central/South America

 

Asia /Austra

 

Western Europe

 

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Q:How long do ceramic tiles take to dry after washing?
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Q:Im buying a house the main bathroom has ugly blue tile on walls can I paint those tiles a different color?
You say it's for the 40's is the tile plastic?, if so get a wide 3-4'' metal scraper and pop all the tile off the first one may need a little elbow grease but once you get the first one the rest goes easily. The glue will still be on the wall so invest in a good heat gun and heat and scrape all the glue off the walls. These walls should be plaster so you shouldn't have a problem. What ever is left on the walls can be lightly sanded til smooth, wash walls, prime and paint. It will take some time but the end result is worth it. I did this in a 50's kitchen and bathroom, the tile in the tub was even on the ceiling. Good luck! If the tile is ceramic its a whole other story and project. Painting than would be advisable because you would ruin most of the walls removing ceramic tiles.
Q:How do I install laminate flooring in a room with tiled walls?
The box usually has pretty good instructions on it, otherwise ask the people where you bought the tiles. You can use the tiles themselves as spacers between the wall and the tiles so that there is a gap. Just place them on edge. Or you can get plastic spacers from any DIY store. This is to leave room for expansion so the tiles don't warp. You can then cover the gap with floor trim. Good luck. It is fairly easy.
Q:Will vinyl floor tiles damage the original floor?
no the damage would be hreat every thing would have to be removed down to the bare wood. thats what peel and stick tiles do STICK.
Q:Ceramic Tile, Floor vs Wall?
The small thin wall tiles (4 inch square one) are no good at all for floors they will break. The larger wall tiles are generally much thicker and will do the job upto a point. As has been said by others you have to lay them properly or they crack. The real danger in using wall tiles is the smooth glazed surface, which can be as slippery as ice. One drop of water on the floor and whoops over you go! I suggest you get proper but cheap floor tiles - buy end of lines or odd ones that will make a good pattern
Q:how to paint tile?
I saw this done on a HGTV program. The tile on the walls was an ugly blue and they didn't have the $$$ to replace and tear out the old stuff so they painted it white with and epoxy type paint. It looked easy enough but I am sure the right rollers and such matter tons.
Q:What type of putty would i use on tiles?
If these tiles are already installed I think you are out of luck for any long term fix. Ceramic tile glaze is fired onto the tiles in a kiln at very high heat. The firing makes the glaze and tile bond in a way that fillers, puttys, or paint cannot achieve. If your tile is that worn, it is possible that you have the wrong grade of tile for the situation where it is being worn so much. You may have earned yourself a new tile shower, floor, countertop, whatever....
Q:Removing newly installed porcelain tiles...?
if it was me i would remove them, you need to have a flat surface, and it in best to dura rock screwed down before the tile if it's on wood. the easiest way to remove them i have found is to get an air compressor with a air chisel tool for it. or you can always use the old hammer and chisel/flatbar method. but it is really important that you have a smooth surface with no dirt or you will get little air pockets under the tile making it really easy to crack the tile's and it will look like crap because pieces will come out. and when your done with the job, the next day you can lightly tap on the tile with the handle of a screw driver and if it sounds hollow it means you got air pockets underneath. if you have air pockets it is possible to take just the affected tiles out and remortar it/them. also make sure you use mortar not glue, some people think they can use glue but trust me in the long run it doesnt work that well. good luck i hope this helped
Q:Can I use glazed, porcelain tile in the bathroom?...?
glazed tiles are fine to use in the bathroom, the important thing to remember is if they are set properly and to set on either mortar base or hardiboard. the main concern though, would be whether the surface is too smooth a finish when used on the floor, especially when the tiles are wet! this could become a hazard to your health! a lot of tiles used in a floor application, have a sanded or rough finish ,just because of that !
Q:granite flooring over tile?
if you are talking about stick on vinyl tiles then yes. Ceramic tiles, no, unless you put something on it to level out all the grout seams. Seems to me it would be easier to get the tile up and start at the bottom. It might also cause your floor level to be higher than in adjoining rooms, never a good look.
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1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Foshan, China
Year Established 1997
Annual Output Value Above US$ 60 Million
Main Markets Aisa; Mid East; Eastern Europe; North America; South America
Company Certifications ISO 9001

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3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port Foshan; Huangpu
Export Percentage 25% - 30%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 20-30 People
Language Spoken: English; Chinese
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size: Above 100,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines Above 7
Contract Manufacturing OEM Service Offered; Design Service Offered
Product Price Range Medium