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Specifications of Porcelain Tile

1.Polished porcelain tile

2.Great natural stone image and high glossy degree

3.Water absorption:<0.5%

4.Sizes: 600 x 600mm or 800 x 800mm

6.Product features: resistance to fading, staining and discoloration, easy to clean

7.Package: carton + strong wooden pallet

8.Transportation: by sea

9.Package: 4 pcs/Ctn for 600mm; 3 pcs/Ctn for 800mm


Applications of Porcelain Tile

1.Suitable for homes flooring tiles

2.high grade office buildings

3. high-grade hotel flooring tiles,

4.government and corporate projects flooring tiles

5.deluxe clubs flooring and wall tiles


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  • Asia

  • Australasia

  • Central/South America

  • Eastern Europe

  • Mid East/Africa

  • North America

  • Western Europe

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Q:What is the concept of tiles?
Smick (002162): Is located in Minhang District, Shanghai, the main precision ceramics, building ceramics, the company is Shanghai's local construction ceramics company, combined with the company in the color ceramic and high-grade building ceramics leading position in the next few years the development opportunities better. The company has an independent research institute, specializing in new product technology development and basic research work. Since its inception, the Institute has developed the polishing technology of convex and concave surface tiles, free feeding technology, two cloth forming technology, colloidal roller technology, Ultra-white industrial brick formula technology, imitation natural bloodstone glass tiles technology and ultra-fine lines of powder technology, and so on a number of international and domestic advanced level of non-patented technology.
Q:Ceramic tile floor?
if you have wood sub floor, and is at least one and half inch thick, i would leave lanolium down buy quarter inch ply wood. screw it to floor and get bucket of mastik and install ceramic tile....I've tried it and works great has been down for 5 years and no problems yet. it was in bathroom and kitchen
Q:What is good for tiles?
Now the market is full of a lot of ceramic tile brand, a national well-known brands, there are some small brands for the local market, of course, in the conditions and budget allowed to recommend or choose some well-known brands, so the quality of the product more To ensure that at the same time after-sales service and construction guidance and so will be more sound, the following can give you some of the market on the front of the brand sales De Gao, Leibang Si, Xi card, porcelain Lai paste, the proposal is for reference only, specific Or you need to decide.
Q:how can i tile over linolium flooring without pulling it up?
By tiling over it without pulling it up... :) Really. You either tile over cement or whatever is already there. It's commonly done, it's just not the 'clean' or thorough way of doing things. It's best if the floor is completely flat without the ridges that linoleum usually has, to prevent cracks. Just clean the floor well, leave no debris, and you should be alright.
Q:Help.. removing thinset tile mortar from drywall?
Rip, dig or pull it off. It has to come off and there is no trick way to do it. You can mud the damage when you prep the rest of the wall for painting.
Q:Cleaning ceramic floor tiles....?
If the tiles have a shiny finish, the polish designed to clean glass topped stoves will safely remove built up grime. As far as polishing afterwards, I don't know what brand you have. In light of this I would suggest you take a good look at the detaisl and pattern and visit a store that sells tiles. Find your best match and read the package for all cleaning/polishing instructions. If the help seem competent, you could ask them as well.
Q:Leopard Gecko floor tile?
I put a little layer of sand under my tiles to fill up any air spaces under the tiles (as they're textured to hold grout). Tiles heat up and hold heat a LOT better than pretty much any other substrate. If you want some really neat tiles, try slate. They are really natural, come in awesome colors naturally and hold heat just as well as other tiles. But there are some really nice ceramics, too. Just don't get anything overly glazed.
Q:How best to start a tiling job?
i really dont know how to answer this question im really sorry but my moms boyfriend meant know i can talk to him and found the answer
Q:Laying Tile Flooring??
first take a 4 foot level and place it on the floor move it around and look between the level and the floor for gaps. small ones are ok any more than 3/8 should be filled with self levelling concrete. do a dry run with your tiles. from the door to the wall and 90 degrees to that to the other wall.like an L shape. you don't want to have to cut a half inch of tile to make the wall sh space them at the start to end with about 1/2 tile on the finish wall. and the one thing no one will tell you is if you look on the back of the tile you will see paint lines going in one direction all the tiles should be layed with the line going in the same direction. use adhesive concrete to hold down the tile and use the spacers for your grout lines.
Q:In tiling a small square area in front of my entrance, where do I lay the first tile: middle or a corner?
Of course you start in the middle...but then again there are two ways of starting in the middle. Measure the space. Measure the tile and add the thickness of the future grout line. When you expect to cut the tile, and one always expects to cut the tile, you want to make sure that if you in fact begin with a GROUT LINE down the middle, you will have tiles of at least 1/2 the size down the sides. You don't want slivers of cut tile because your tile almost made it to the walls. So you may want a whole tile centered in the entry rather than the grout line. You can always lay the tiles out and see how it will look. Generally you do not want to use a wall as a straight edge, because usually they are neither straight nor parallel, nor perpendicular to other lines. Cutting a tile ever so slightly over a short distance will hide the building's flaws. Over a long distance it might become noticable. When you lay the tile out and you can decide where to end it rather than it automatically ending at a wall or something, you could start a nearly whole or whole tile at the door. Again you don't want a sliver of tile anywhere. If your tile is ceramic and has a stone pattern, be sure to orient them differently so as to minimize the repetitiveness. Never start in a corner.

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