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 Basic Information of Polished Porcelain Tile CILO26608:
1.Size:60x60/80x80cm tile
2.Certificate:CE ISO
3.W.A. <0.5%
4.Material:Porcelain
Features of Polished Porcelain Tile CILO26608:                        
1. Size:600*600mm;800*800mm  Porcelain tile
2.Various colors are available;Fashion and elegant pattern tile
3. Usage: use in Inner Floor.
4. Engobe(water proof)
5. Certificate:CE;ISO;SONCAP
6.Tile Minimum order: 1x20'FCL (items we have in stock can be mix loading)
7.Delivery Time : within 25 days after received 30% payment by TT
8.Payment term: L/C; T/T, 30% deposit, balance paid before loading.
9.Packing: standard carton with wooden pallet or per customers' request

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Q:Can Ceramic tile be put on concrete slab?
You may want to make the first answer the best answer now because you probably won't get a better one. Covering it is a short-term fix and the moisture will continue eventually not only forming mold but the tile will come up.
Q:Questions about installing bathroom tile.?
As far as the toilet, remove the toilet and tile as close to the flange as possible. You will need to make a few cuts in your tile. When it is time to reinstall the toilet use two wax rings one with the plastic flange and one without. When you are done but a small bead of caulk around the base of the toilet and tile. As for your vanity, you can do it either way. You can install it first and then after tiling install a small shoe molding around the base. If you tile first you will still need a shoe molding. In the bath, it is a good idea to caulk all the baseboards and around cabinets so in the event you ever get water on the floor it doesn't seep under the floor.
Q:covering ceramic tiles???
They have a thin piece of granite that can be installed over the top of an existing counter top, but those are designed primarily for resurfacing a regular laminate counter top. I'm not real sure it would work on a counter top that is ceramic tiles. You'd have nearly the same type of look you have now. I believe they stock these granite counter tops at some of the big box stores like Lowe's. To change the look to a regular laminate counter top, you'd likely be further ahead to have the old counter top removed and a new top installed like you want. Some contractors may be able to save the old counter top so you could sell it if it could be made to fit somewhere.
Q:need some idea About Ceremic tiles?
Ceramic tile are great for both wall tile and floor tile applications, they're softer and easier to cut than other tile products. Find out how you can find hardwood flooring at good prices.
Q:what should I use to clean my bathroom tiles?
tile lab makes a heavy duty cleaner and stripper for tiles you can try that.
Q:alternatives to wonderboard for tile?
1-1/4 thick of plywood. not osb or k3 board, but real plywood (2 layers 5/8th thick. then, when you lay your tile, use a polymer-modified thinset mortar, instead of a dry-set mortar. they have a powdered latex additive that helps it bond well to the plywood. of you look at the back of the bag it will tell you if it will stick to plywood.
Q:How can you adhere ceramic tile to ceramic tile?
Don't half-a* it with glue....do it correctly: take off the bottom row of wall tile. install the tile base cut the wall tiles the proper size to fill in the remaining gap between the base and next row of tile.
Q:tile or linoleum for kitchen and bathroom?
tile is more expensive in the long run. Each tile doesn't cost that much but you have to install subflooring for ceramic tile. The total floor to bear the weight has to be at least 1 inch thick. Lino is warmer and easy to maintain. Myself I would tile if I had the money but would settle for a nice lino that looked like tile if cost was a factor as you stated.
Q:What is better for a kitchen floor, vinyl or tile?
I think you're correct about your comment with respect to wet, high traffic areas. I don't thinks self stick is a good idea in a bathroom or a kitchen. I have had success with a better quality vinyl, they are much easier to work with than cheap stuff while still being inexpensive. I also recommend laminate flooring, it installs easily with minor trimming around corners, edges etc. but I've done 2 kitchens in the past year for friends the project only take a day and they love it.
Q:Poll: Tiles or Carpet?
Tiles carpet holds dirt.

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