CHINA HOT SALE Rustic Tile CMAX IMB67666

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Key Specifications/Special Features:

  • Size: 300 x 300mm; 400 x 400 mm; 500 x 500 mm;

  • MOQ: 1 x 20ft FCL

  • Applications:

    • Thin slabs are made from clay and other inorganic raw materials

    • Generally used as coverings for floors and walls, usually shaped by extruding (A) or pressing (B) at room temperature but may be formed by other processes (C), then dried and subsequently fired at temperatures sufficient to develop the required properties

    • Tiles can be glazed (GL) or unglazed (UGL) and are incombustible and unaffected by light

  • Standards: GB/T 4100-2006, ISO 13006:1998 (E)

  • Certificates: ISO 13006:1998 (E), SASO 1031/1998

Primary Competitive Advantages:

  • Brand-name Parts

  • Experienced Staff

  • Price

  • Prompt Delivery

  • Quality Approvals

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  • Good Payment Term

Main Export Markets:

  • Eastern Europe

  • North America

  • Mid East/Africa

  • Central/South America

  • Asia

  • Western Europe

  • Australasia

Rustic Floor Tile

 

Packing

Tiles are packed in styrfoam boxes and are further packed into fumigated wooden crate. For slabs, each slab is packed in a separate polythene wrapper to reduce or avoid scratching of tiles and slabs which are packed face to face. 2cm slabs about 15-18pcs in one bundle; 3cm slabs about 10-13pcs in one bundle

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  • Our Advantanges:

  • 1. Our company is a state-owned group company. So we have good reputation and credibility.

  • 2. We own many qurries in china,brazil,iran,india to ensure our supply of different types of granite,marble,limestone,sandstone,etc.

  • 3. We are a professional manufacturer so we can provide you various tiles with high quality and best price.

  • 4. We have more than 5 years exports experience.So we can make your order more smooth.

  • 5. All of our goods will pass THREE QUALITY INSPECTIONS before shippment.

  • 6. Best after sale service, customer can follow their orders situation any time, no matter on production line, warehouse or shippment.

  • 7.Special dimensions available according to your request.

  • 8.We have many certifications of our tiles.

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  • Here you can find good productions, better price and best service; please enjoying and welcome inquirying!

  • Choose us is your best choice! Our purpose is: CUSTOMER IS FIRST!

 

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Q:Kitchen Sink Tile Backsplash ?
tiling directly to plywood is not recommended for 2 reasons. the first is that specific products must be used to guarantee its adhesion to the surface and the second is that you would have the thickness of the plywood showing at the edges. it would look odd and incomplete. just pick some tile you like from lowes, home depot or you local tile distributor (which offers better quality tile than home depot or lowes, and usually at just as comparable prices) and adhere them to the wall with either mastic or thinset. mastic should only be used for ceramic tiles under 6 inches and not for glass tiles or marble. your best bet is just to buy thinset. ultraflex II from lowes is a good product. a tumbled marble on a diagonal with stone accent pieces placed throughout would look nice and not break the bank, since your backsplash space isn't more than 15 square feet. mosaic tiles would look nice as well and wouldn't be too costly. the great thing about such a small backsplash space is that you can splurge on the tiles that range from $3-$10 a foot if you want. a 4x4 or 6x6 ceramic tile in your preferred color would look nice on a brick pattern if you aren't into the tumbled marble. i'm including some links to some backsplash pictures. the 1st couple are specifically tumbled marbled designs and the last couple are just other different options. good luck!
Q:What is Spanish Tile?
Mexican tile, also known as Spanish tile, is a broad term used to describe a number of tile materials on the market, ranging from saltillo to hand made ceramic tiles sporting traditional Spanish and Mexican designs. Regardless of the type of tile you choose, you can count on Mexican tile to add a warm, pastoral, south of the border flair to any space in which you have it installed. Saltillo Tiles Saltillo tile is by far the most common of the Mexican and Spanish tiles found on the market. It is made from raw clay traditionally pressed by hand, and has an earthy, rough, almost terra cotta look to it. Depending on the firing, saltillo tiles range from deep yellow to deep orange in color, and come in a large variety of tile shapes, everything from your basic square to hexagonal and more elaborate patterns. Because of the nature of the clay and the more traditional form of production, these tiles are more porous than other ceramic tiles. As such, they should always be sealed with a quality sealant to protect them from stains and spills, which they would readily soak up if not protected. They will also need to be periodically re-sealed. Don't think of this as a downside, however. Like with hardwood, refinishing your saltillo will revive your floor, keeping it looking like new far past the time when other ceramics will have lost that newly installed look. On a final note, saltillo tiles get their name from the town in Mexico where they were originally, and still are, manufactured. If you get the real deal, and not an imitation variety, you can expect to find an odd chicken foot print or other animal print in your tiles when they are installed. Place these tiles in a prominent place in your tiling project for a great conversation starter and enjoy the rustic feel such imperfections will add to your finished product. Most tile floors, including Spanish tile, will feel cool to bare feet in both winter and summer.
Q:Is it a bad idea to attach tile over existing tile? What is the best way?
NO!!!! the top tile will crack if you do that do not do that it will be super expensive to get it fixed
Q:Tile TV wall is good
Now on the market a lot of brand tiles have done a low radiation, the human body without harm to environmental standards. But I personally stand with the point of view, the TV backdrop is not suitable for paving a lot of series of polished tiles, because the polished light reflection is strong, is not conducive to the effect of television lighting, and imitation stone brick, too natural and Afraid of the radiation of the TV itself will lead to imitation of natural stone radioactive elements, wanted to talk about the same floor, there will be a negative impact. Comprehensive advantages and disadvantages, to use the tile paving the back of the wall, you can choose fine powder Rs surface or Rw surface, you can use a lot of results, ask the Lord can go to the market to see such bricks, joint design drawings, looking for satisfactory methods and way.
Q:tile old brick fireplace?
To do that it is a bit more complicated than it sounds. You would need to make the brick surface smooth, no crevaces. It's expensive time consuming. Consider resurfacing the fireplace
Q:Floor Tiling?
let the first slot be filled with a tile covering the whole breadth. then the remaining slots can be filled in f(n-1) ways. again if the first slot be covered in 1ft /3ft way then the remaining slots may be filled in f(n-3) ways. so in my opinion f(n)=f(n-1)+f(n-3)
Q:Tearing up carpet, tile entire house?
You can count on paying $7 to $12 a square foot depending on material. Thats just basic flooring, if you want anything high end, then expect to pay more accordingly
Q:tile back splash?
absolutely not!.....first there are easier ways to tile a backsplash other than cement board, grout, and mud (you know, the stuff contractors use).First, figure out your tile. Make sure that if this tile will come in contact with a lot of oil or dirt that you either get glazed tile or glass tile, or know that you will have to apply a sealer. Second, go to your local Lowes, Home Depot, etc and ask the tile dept guy or girl about tile mastic......it is a thin coat of stuff that you can stick tile to and then use a pre made tube of grout (ask the tile person) and you can have it done in a couple of hours. Another really easy way to stick up tile permanently is using a product called 'Liquid Nails' that is made for tile......you just use a caulking gun, put some on the tile, and stick away!.....then fill the cracks with the toothpaste looking tube of grout. Good Luck and I hope this works well for you!
Q:grout vs caulking in shower tile?
You need to grout the spaces between the tiles and caulk the area where the tile meets the tub or shower basin. Use a grout sealer on the grout.
Q:What are the tiles?
1, polished turn: the type of brick with clay and stone powder pressed by the press, and then fired from the front and the opposite color, not on the glaze, burned, the surface and then polished, so positive It is very smooth, very beautiful, the back is the original face of the brick. Polished we all know? Such as stone floor and wall, is polished, stone province is not bright, but polished, it looks very bright. Since it is polished, the problem will follow, because the smooth, bright, so it is not dirty, and dragged with a mop, will leave the water mark, because your mop can not be 100% Clean it, like the same glass, so if you want to clean, it is more effort; The second drawback is that polished because of smooth, so it is not slip, that is, once the water on the ground, it is very slippery, which is why we see the building inside the stairs and other shops are not the stone Cast into light, but matt, the only way to non-slip. The third problem is the color of the liquid is easy to penetrate, the simplest test is to take the pen in the brick surface to write a few words, poor polishing turn, immediately wipe after writing, are not necessarily able to clean, writing may have infiltrated Well, good brand, because the press is good, high density, coupled with the firing of the high temperature, the density is very high, so it is not easy to infiltrate, but this is not absolute, no matter how good the polishing, if write the word 10 Minutes and then rub, but also must leave the traces of never wipe, because the ink has been infiltrated into the brick inside.

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