Bathroom Wall Tile 300x300 300x450 300x600 Ceramic Wall Tile

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1. Description of Bathroom Wall Tile 300x300 300x450 300x600 Ceramic Wall Tile


Ceramic tile, is a kind of refractory metal oxides and metal oxide, by grinding, mixing, pressing, glazing, the sintering process, it bcomes acid and alkali resistant porcelain or stone construction or decoration materials, such of these called ceramic tile. Its raw materials are mixture of clay, quartz sand and so on.


According to craft and characteristic, Ceramic tile can be divided into Glaze tile, Full body tile, polishing tile, Rustic tile, Vitrified tile and Mosaic etc. Different characteristics has its own best usage way. 


2. Features of Bathroom Wall Tile 300x300 300x450 300x600 Ceramic Wall Tile


Glazed tile: refers to the brick burn with glaze layer surface. This kind of brick is divided into two categories: one is the use of clay firing; Another is made of porcelain clay fire, about 80% of the buyers choose it as ground decorates material.


Full body tile: this is a non-glazed porcelain tiles, has good skid resistance and abrasion resistance. Usually said "slippery prevented floor tile" were mostly body brick. Because the price moderate, it is quite popular with consumers. 


Polished tile: it is polished, this kind of tilt is with high hardness, very wear-resisting. 


Vitrified tile: it is made from high temperature. Vitrified tile is the most hard of all ceramic tile. 


Ceramic Mosaic: also known as Mosaic, with more specifications, thin and small, hard, acid-proof, alkali resistance.


3. Specifications of Bathroom Wall Tile 300x300 300x450 300x600 Ceramic Wall Tile


  • Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile

  • Sizes: 600 x 600, 800 x 800mm, many choices are available

  • Thicknesses: 9.3-9.5mm


  • water absorption rate: 10%-18%

  • Size: 300*300MM,300*450MM,300*600MM

  • Surface: smooth

  • Min. order quantity:500 SQM

  • Certificates: CE and ISO9001

  • Usage area: Be suitable for market, hospital, metro, school, office building, hotel, real estate, bar and living room etc.

  • Package: standard export paper carton with wooden pallet

  • Payment terms: T/T or irrevocable L/C at sight

  • Delivery time: With 20 days after deposit



4. Images of Bathroom Wall Tile 300x300 300x450 300x600 Ceramic Wall Tile


Bathroom Wall Tile 300x300 300x450 300x600 Ceramic Wall Tile

Bathroom Wall Tile 300x300 300x450 300x600 Ceramic Wall Tile

Bathroom Wall Tile 300x300 300x450 300x600 Ceramic Wall Tile

Bathroom Wall Tile 300x300 300x450 300x600 Ceramic Wall Tile



5. FAQ



1)  Where it could be applicated?


The living room, kitchen, bathroom, balcony wall ground and local background wall etc.


2)   Are free samples available?.


Yes. But express delivery cost is to be collected and we will pay it back after confirming the order.


3)  What about the lead time for mass production? 

 

Honestly, it depends on the order quantity and the season you place the order. Generally speaking, we suggest that you start inquiry two months before the date you would like to 

get the products at your country.

 

4)  What is your terms of delivery? 

 

We accept EXW, FOB, CIF, etc. You can choose the one which is the most convenient or cost effective for you.  


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Q:Do I need to lay backerboard before I lay tile?
Tile should go down first. However, if you want the tile to lay flush against the cupboards as opposed to being underneath the cupboards, then you should install the cupboards first. Just make sure you seal that edge between the cupboards and the tile. You need to lay backerboard down first because that will keep the floor from accidentally suffering water damage, which so often happens in a bathroom.
Q:Floor tiles pop up?
Bad prep when putting the tiles down - Cheap tiles (or Cheap adhesive) - Excessive water (either standing water or water continuing to leak in the same area) - Clean the area before placing the tiles - Buy the right tiles adheasive for the area your doing. - Keep water from pooling-up on tiles
Q:Tips for installing porcelain tile on stairs?
this is a really risky thing here not to mention costly. you would have to make some type of wonder board on your stairs. if you are not working with an open stairwell above and below it is really going to be quite a messy, costly job that may or may not even come out the way you want it. Just as a suggestion i wanted something different looking too i took glass rocks and glue them all the way up on the sides. it came out beautiful but it was a helluva job itself to complete. it still gave it the unusual look and everyone who sees it comments on it and likes it personally, i would rethink the tile ON the stairs thing.
Q:how to lay tile in bathroom?
I merely retiled my kitchen floor and am interior the technique of doing the bathing room. Are you utilising the self stick type tiles? you do not could get rid of the sheet vinyl if there is not any injury to it. you would be suitable to place the back board for a sparkling floor for the tiles to stick to. while you're utilising the self stick tiles and don't choose to place the back board you additionally could make the tiles stick purchase utilising a tile glue purely a skinny layer will cause them to connect with the floor everlasting.
Q:porcelain floor tiles?
No you shouldn t.. Dirt, dust and every day stuff will accumulate in the joints and be almost impossible to get out. All tiles are designed to have a space, some smaller and some larger than others. The grout the goes between the tiles is part of the system to make it stable. Sealing the grout is a major help in keeping it clean and stain free, if this is your concern. Porcelain is made to have a sanded grout along with a space of 1/8 to about 1/4 inch. Or 3/6 mm This spacing will also help make up for minor tile sizes that will throw you off if you try to but them tight. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there.. GL
Q:Ceramic Tiles???
If you buy a good tile cutter , take your time and use spacers it is pretty easy. It takes a few days because you have to let it dry good before grouting. Then you need to let the grout dry for at least one day before you seal it .IT MUST BE SEALED . Or all your work will be for not. If it is your first time I would suuggest using smaller tiles, easier to cut. And NEVER start in a corner!
Q:What to do once I remove wall tile ?
If the tiles are on a villa board just rip it off the studs and take out any nails or screws so the drywall can just be fixed straight onto the studs. First you have to knock one of the tiles off, since that walls is being redone this won't upset the apple cart. Just be care when taking off the tile, because I was doing the same things years ago and I hit a tile with a hammer and it shattered sending bits of razor sharp tile fly one cutting my arm, wear eye protection and put something like a towel over the tile so it won't fly everywhere. Once you've knock off a tile if there's board behind it you're in luck, just continue doing as you got the first tile off and clear the studs of anything that will get in the way of the sheetrock. If not you'll need to batten the wall out to take the sheetrock as your contractor said Well depending on what you intend to do with the wall, will you re-tile? If you intend to re-tile just use a chisel and carefully knock them off the wall taking as much of the tile mortar off as you can, it doesn't matter if there's a little unevenness, but you can't have high spots all over the wall, because if you re-tile the high spot will cause the tile to ride on ithe high spots making it hard to tile, if it's just a little the tile compound/mortar will even out around it during tiling. I'd take anything higher than 1/8 off using a Scutch Hammer. ...
Q:How to drill a large hole in ceramic tile?
Tile Hole Saw
Q:How do I repair a cracked tile?
Ceramic Tile Crack Repair
Q:craft projects for extra floor tiles?
well you can put the tiles somewhere else? Maybe buy some more and make a cool tile medallion in your backyard or something? That seems to be pretty popular !

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