Bathroom Wall Tile Ceramic Wall Tiles from CNBM

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CERAMIC WALL TILES Bathroom Wall Tile Ceramic Wall Tiles from CNBM







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Bathroom Wall Tile Ceramic Wall Tiles from CNBM

Bathroom Wall Tile Ceramic Wall Tiles from CNBM

Bathroom Wall Tile Ceramic Wall Tiles from CNBM

Bathroom Wall Tile Ceramic Wall Tiles from CNBM

Bathroom Wall Tile Ceramic Wall Tiles from CNBM

Bathroom Wall Tile Ceramic Wall Tiles from CNBM

Bathroom Wall Tile Ceramic Wall Tiles from CNBM

Bathroom Wall Tile Ceramic Wall Tiles from CNBM

Bathroom Wall Tile Ceramic Wall Tiles from CNBM



1. What is the production period?

    Within one month.

2. What is the payment term?

    Both T/T and L/C are OK.

3. Could you please provide the samples?

   Yes, we can provide you the free samples.

4. What is the package?

   4pcs/carton, 40carton/pallet, 960carton/container


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Q:What kind of paint will stick to tile?
oil based deck paint.also ask at the paint dealers store.they will help you.good luck.
Q:Hanging a tile on the wall?
For the best answers, search on this site epoxy - then duct tape til it dries. the same thing that holds your rear view mirror to your windshield. make sure the tiles are squeeky clean and aoid the grout lines.
Q:Tearing up carpet, tile entire house?
Very expensive when you consider $4-$5 or more per sq foot for installation costs, plus the cost of the tile itself. Tile , whether ceramic, slate, marble, etc., will require a cement backer board [$1+ per sq ft], mastic mortar[ $.50+ per sq ft], grout, sealer, etc.. For 1500 sq ft this will add up fast, even if you do the labor yourself. Consider resale as well. Some option to consider might also include under-tile floor heat at least in the bathrooms, usually well worth the expense. I personally share your likes as far as tile vs carpeting, but future home-buyers might like a more rounded choice, such as hardwood flooring. If you have ever stood on a concrete floor for long periods [painful on the back and joints], this is what a whole house of tile will feel like. Hardwood flooring has a little cushion to it.
Q:what kind of paint do you paint ceramic tiles with?
I would not try painting the floor, virtually nothing available will stay in place. You can use the 2 part epoxy paint for the walls, that is designed for re-coating a tub. It is about $50 for the kit, and one kit may not do the entire bathroom. Kilz, a brand name, does make a primer for going over tile. You should rough up the surface a bit with the sand paper, so the primer will stick, then put on a good finish coat. I did this in my bathroom with pink tile. It lasted about 2 years, I then had to touch up some nicks, but it was easier and much cheaper than all new tile.
Q:Can I paint old vinyl floor tiles?
i doubt it...i wouldn't take that risk
Q:how to fix loose floor tiles in house?
I had this happen this year. they had to come and remove them and relay. IT was $2.00 per tile
Q:Tile Calculation Help!!?
Peter is right, each tile manufacturer will box their tile in different size boxes (per s/f). And w/o know the s/f of the area to be tiled no one can tell you how many tiles you need. Most tile is sold by the box now any ay. So in most cases you ll need to buy whole boxes plus waste for cuts. Any questions or if you come up with more info you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Q:Tap shoes on tile?
Yes it is bad to tap on tile period! It can ruin the tile floor and damage your shoes. Tile is a very slippery surface too when exposed to metal taps (especially Tel Tones). You don't want to fall and injure yourself. If I were you, I would stop by home depot or a similar store and get a square sheet of plywood to dance on. If you aren't able to do that, you can step outside on even concrete (not concrete with jagged edges, smooth concrete) and that will help create traction, and give you a nice tap sound quality. Best of luck and be careful!
Q:Tile 60 * 60 price
There is no certain price, depends on you to buy a few lines of brand, more expensive first-line brand. Second, depends on what type of brick you buy, such as tiles cheaper, all throwing glaze more expensive.
Q:can I put 12 inch ceramic tile over 16 inch ceramic tiles?
you can do what you want, after all it is your house and your money,,, however,,, tile over tile is not recommended at all. the biggest problem with tile over tile is a matter of adhesion between the two layers. the floor leveler needed to raise the height of the old grout joints to level and the mortar used to bed the new tiles, will, for a short time adhere to the clean finished face of the old tiles. as time marches on, the adhesive bond between the mortar and the fished face will break loose. when that happens you will start to hear a hollow sound as you walk across the floor, you may also start to feel a bit of sponginess in the floor,,, then the problems begin in ernest with removing two layers of tile ( not hard to do, just more debris ), disposing of the materials, dealing with a door that was cut off to allow for the extra height, dealing with reinstalling baseboards, dealing with thresholds that no longer fit properly and need to be replaced, dealing with old caulking lines that will no longer be hidden and still you have to install a new floor covering.

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