Glass Mosaic MSC-579 2015 Hot Sale Design

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Our glass stick mosaic tile is the most popular kitchen backsplash decoration material

among customers. In the shape of long and short thin sticks arranged in staggered

rows, this kitchen glass mosaic tile is suitable for decorating the whole wall. Besides, it can also be cut into border

tiles as customer requires and the mosaic borders will go well with the wall tiles.

 

 

 

Item Name:

glass stick mosaic

 

Item No.:

MSC-579

Series:

Vicia cracca

Material:

glass

Chip Size:

multi size

Sheet Size:

298x268mm

Thickness:

8 mm

Joints:

2 mm

Packaging:

11 sheets / box

Coverage:

1 sqm. (10.76 sq.ft.) / box

N. Weight

16.5 kg/ box

G. Weight:

17 kg / box

 

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Q:Help.. removing thinset tile mortar from drywall?
all you can do short of replacing the drywall is to fill the holes with drywall patch and then sand and paint
Q:How can I tell which ceramic tiles are good quality?
Ceramic tile is the same where ever you choose to buy it.If you see the boxes in home depot,some are from the Dal tile company,one of the largest in the US.I am a ceramic tile artist and I buy direct from Dal warehouse for one reason,a bigger selection than what home depot carries.If your not looking for an unusual color,most likely home depot has the same stuff there for cheaper.
Q:How to distinguish between Dongpeng ceramic tile origin where?
Dongpeng factory in Jiangxi Fengcheng Feng mine, the right is the Smick factory, the left is Marco Polo plant!
Q:Bathroom tile quandary?
I am just real curious how you are going to hold the new backing in place. If you have that figured out I would suggest cement board. Sheet rock won't last and green board is little better. Use a clear sealent from the old to the new. (If you leave a little space - 1/8 inch or so, you can squeeze the sealent in.) Make sure non of the sealent is on the surface of either backer. Let it set for 48 hours. Tile and grout. My mother's folks all did tile work for a living. They would tell you to take the tile down for the entire wall and start over. In the long run, that is probably the best thing to do. Steven's answer was posted while I was writing. His recommendation and suggestions make great sense.
Q:Can you paint tiled floor?
There okorder.com/ it recommends not using floor tile paint in places such as bathrooms where there is moisture. I guess you could paint the floor a week or two before putting it on the market - a case of buyer beware if it all scrapes off 6 months later - but the paint is quite expensive so I wouldn't personally go down this route myself - as it's not a nice thing to happen for the unsuspecting buyers. I'm guessing that currently the floor is more of an eyesore as you haven't integrated this into your current bathroom design? Personally, I would ditch the painting idea and buy a decent off-cut of lino and cover up the old floor tiles since you only have a small area to work with. Lino nowadays comes in many guises/patterns and since it's a small area you can check all local companies for offcuts of perhaps the more expensive pseudo 'wood' type lino etc... You may spend £50 but it will brighten the room and transform it into a more modern look - and ultimately will help you get your asking price. (You could also tell the buyers that the original green tiles are still underneath and they could reveal them if they wanted to...just don't tell them how ugly they are...the secret is to get them excited about new possibilities in the future!!) LOL Fingers crossed that your house sells quickly in the Spring. xx
Q:How to tile a basement bathroom floor?
I tile every day of my life and since the paint is assumed to be part of some aesthetic over concrete, you can scuff it with a wire brush, belt sander, grinder, cleaning all debris. Beyond that, concrete, unless sealed, is a prime substrate for tile/mortar. Certainly you should check for level, as in depressions or any rise, then proceed as is standard Measure snap two perpendicular center lines adjust those lines for cuts and the least waste work from deep in to an exit point test level with a level or hand use a 1/4 in. toothed rectangular trowel to spread mortar use a poly based mortar use rubber spacers at 1/4 or 1/8 inch do not press aggressively save cuts and cut installs for last and do not attempt to kneel on tiles installed to add a piece missed perhaps remove cove base if it exists to replace later wait no less than 24 hours for dry/set time use Poly blend grout of you choice in color mix both mortar and grout to mashed potato consistency fill grout spaces after removing spacers use a rectangular rubberized spreader/squeegie wipe with a barely damp sponge first time then in 2 or 3 re-wipes as the grout sets you can increase dampness (grout sets faster than mortar) by the third wipe of grout excess you should be ok and notice upon drying a DUST that can easily be mopped away after the fact. allow 24 hrs for grout dry/set If you have a pedestal sink, pull it. Pull the toilet as well Tile to the sewage drain flange and replace with a new wax ring with a rubber flange extender embedded. Mop clean after two days and enjoy Steven Wolf Just my two sense
Q:Self stick vinyl tile on sheetrock wall?
Use green board. It is a sheet rock panel made for bathrooms because it can endure the many extreme changes in temperature and humidity. And I agree that stick-ons may not last very long. Use tiles and get some good guidance on how to do it and what to use. It's not that complicated.
Q:Replacing a ceramic tile floor?
it is never a good idea to overlay anything, but it is your choice... myself i would remove the floor tile, check to make sure that the underlayment is well attached, if not you can screw down all the joints, put down luan board (screw and glue) which is 1/4 inch thick, using the correct thin set for what you have relay the tile floor. if there is any height differences around the cabinets simply use a small 1/4 round around the kick plates at the bottom of the cabinets, this will help with any cosmetic looks. when you get someone to lay the floor make sure they are bonded and insured and get any permits if needed for your area.
Q:Glazed tiles for floor, good or bad?
I agree with the above answers. Tile in a living room is not what I would call common. However, if you are committed to going with tile, I would avoid anything with a high gloss or shiny finish since any scratches will show right away. If your living room doesn't get much traffic or you are careful with it, it probably isn't that big a concern. Tile is pretty tough so I wouldn't make my decision just based on that. However, I would also recommend going with something that looks a little more natural or stone-like. I'm no decorator but have recently remodeled our bathroom and we did a good bit of homework looking at tile options. Natural or stone are the popular looks right now. As another option, have you considered a laminate floor instead? There are a number of brands that look like wood, stone or tile. It can be a little more per square foot than tile (depending on the tile you buy), but the installation is 10 times easier. Also, there's other expenses associated with tiling a floor that bring the cost up to at least the same price as the laminate. Lastly, if you sell you house in the future, most people would not be surpised by a laminate floor in the living room but tile would be a bit different unless you were in a very hot climate or maybe located on the coast.
Q:craft projects for extra floor tiles?
If the tiles are 12x12 it depends on the number of tiles you had them paint. You could put them in album frames and hang like pictures; you would get a piece of 1/4 plywood cut to size at Home Depot, paint the wood, glue them down and put hangers on the back; You could get cut plastic sheets or acrylic and arrange the tiles on the sheets, let's say if you had four, you could put four square in the center with 1 1/2 inch between them and two inches around the outside (30x30) You could then get the kids to decorate the border on the plastic with paint, beads, mosaic.

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