Glazed Floor Tile 300*300 Item Code CMAXRA4477

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500 m²
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100000 m²/month

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Glazed Floor Tile 300*300mm, CMAXRA4477 is one of the popular models of 300*300 mm glazed floor tile, which is wildly used for floor of kitchen and bathroom as well as balcony and bedroom. These tiles could create an antique feel of classic European life, just like living in the old times of nature and pastoral life.  

 

Product Features

  Glazed Floor Tile

  Grade AAA available only

  Strict quality control system

  Much competitive price in the whole supplying market

  Standard export packing: Paper Carton+ Solid Wooden Pallet

  Fast production arrangement

  OEM service could be offered based on the actual requirement

  Comprehensive Marketing support on samples, catalogues as well as carton designing

  Professional sales team who could offer service during the whole purchasing process, from the beginning to the ending.

 

Product Specification 

 

  Tile Type: Dry-Pressed Tile

  Quality standard: GB/T4100-2006, ISO13006, ISO9001

  Water Absorption Rate: 3% -- 6%

  Length and Width Tolerance: ±0.1%

  Surface Smoothness: ±0.15%

  Edge Straightness: ±0.15%

 

 

Packing Information (For 27.5 Tons heavy 20’Fcl)

 

  11pcs/Ctn, 18.5kg/Ctn,1472Ctns/20’Fcl, 1457.28m2/20’Fcl

 

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Glazed Floor Tile 300*300 Item Code CMAXRA4477

Glazed Floor Tile 300*300 Item Code CMAXRA4477

 

 

FAQ

 

1.    Can we use the carton with our own design and brand name?

—— Yes. Normally we go with Neutral Carton. If the order quantity is over 5 containers, we could print the carton of client’s design for the final packing.

 

2.   Could you company supply polished porcelain tile?

—— Yes. We could supply various kinds of polished porcelain tile, with size 60*60, 80*80, 100*100 and 60*120.

 

3.    For Ceramic Glazed Floor Tile, what are the regular sizes?

—— The regular sizes are 30*30, 40*40 and 45*45.

 

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Q:fixing bathroom tile grout/underlayment?
Heres a good tip...take some masking tape and stick to the tile in about 3 layers. mark onto the tape where you want to drill. Use a masonary bit that is compatable for use with tiles and start to drill really slow applying steady even pressure.Do not drill in at an angle as this will crack the glaze on the tile and then the whole tile eventually. Once you are through the tile speed up a little so you can drill into the masonary.When you have reached the depth you want slow down drilling,do not reverse the drill but slowly pull the drill bit out. Use a screw or nail to clean the debris out of the hole and then put your raw plug in.
Q:What is good for tiles?
Dehang tiles glue is still very good, our company has been undertaking the project has been used Deutsche Tile glue, the United States sewing agent, sealing agent, etc., are very good, mainly its price is more affordable, like Germany High card is also used, the effect is almost, is more expensive.
Q:any ideas on how to get grout of my tile floor?
Moisten the joints between the tiles with a little bit of water. This makes the grout naturally flow into the crevices and away from the face of your tile. Work in small sections, cleaning the surface of the tile as you go. The longer you wait, the more the grout will set and the harder it will be to remove. Clean the tiles with a damp sponge. After you apply the grout to the joints of the tiles, use a damp sponge to wipe the surface of each tile clean. You may want to go over it a few times to make sure that no excess grout remains. Sweep all the grout to one area, and then wipe it with a rag if necessary. Find a pH balanced cleanser. If grout or residue still remains on the tile, use a gentle cleaner to scrub the surface. If you left the grout on too long and it cured on the tile, you may need an acid-based solution.
Q:on average whats cheaper tile effect laminate or actual ceramic tiles?
Ceramic Effect Laminate
Q:How to convert tiles how much money a square meter?
800 * 800 tiles, one hundred dollars a piece, 0.64 square, 100 ÷ 0.64 = 156.25 a square. 156 dollars a square of floor tiles, 156.25 * 0.64 = 100 dollars a piece.
Q:Can I install granite tiles over a laminate countertop?
Yes to both questions. I saw them do this on a home show. They put some type of a paper coating between the two. My suggestion is to go to Home Depot or Lowes, some place like that and they can tell you how to do it. I'm sorry that I don't remember the exact process but I have seen it done.
Q:Self stick tile for my kitchen to go over top of ceramic tile?
Cons would be that it costs close to $10 a square foot. I also doubt that it looks as good in person as the site claims. I've installed a lot of surface coverings, including tile-textured vinyl wallpaper and a variety of peel and stick material and they rarely look that convincing when they are right under your nose, as a countertop backsplash would be. That's a lot of money for a coverup job, And you don't say where the tile is installed. Walls? Countertop? Floors? That stickandgo is strictly for walls, not any area that would have moisture lying on it or traffic. If it is just your walls it would be a lot cheaper just to hire someone to tear off the ceramic tile and put up something different. It only cost me $6 a square foot for labor and $3 for material to have a real ceramic subway tile back splash installed in my kitchen last year. It would be even less if you did it yourself. If you are thinking of covering a floor, look at the Trafficmaster Allure material at Home Depot -- excellent product and about $2 a square foot. Installs like a dream, completely waterproof, can go over an uneven surface, adheres to itself, not what is behind it (it floats), easy to remove later, and both the tile and wood versions look and feel absolutely real. We did my friend's large bathroom with it in less than 4 hours last winter and it looks like a hardwood floor and holds up to anything. I used the slate-look tiles in my breakfast room of my previous house and everyone who saw it thought it was real stone. If it's your countertops, it is easy and cheap to replace countertops with new laminate and the new laminates are not your Grandma's formica -- many look like high-end granite and even metals.
Q:how to turn square foot into tiles?
I know you had enough schooling to use a calculator. if not a pencil and division.. Size of tiles matter. They do not sell half a tile so you got to go with a whole one and then cut it to size. So lay some tiles out dry on the floor with the proper grout spacing and count them up when you get a foot worth.(or two feet on a flat floor) as maybe by the time you get to 13 or 11 it is only one tile extra you got to figure with.. Basically the tiles go to a wall and if there is extra that is cut off and put on the next wall(like the tiles were bent) so it looks continuous.. Or just use your calculator and multiply 13 and 11(this sounds like you are only doing the floor?) and add 10% more tiles as a just in case thing and you will get the same batch color of all the tiles. Chances are you can return the unused ones for a full refund. Ask the sales people about that while you are buying them.
Q:Floor tile dings-how to repair?
Depends on how bad they are. Sounds like you have an very inexpensive tile on the floor or it would not have all the chips/dings. A cheap temporary fix would be to find a paint to match and just touch up. If you're renting, just try that. If you own, you could do that temporarily while you save up. When you replace though, make sure you get a good quality porcelain tile.
Q:Help with tile installation 5 *?
well your home must surely have some kind of foundation I put tile floors in wood framed homes all the time you just need to be sure to have a strong enough subfloor without deflection for a lasting job I prefer the joists have 3/4 tongue and groove plywood as the first layer the old 3/4 x 6 boards work fine if its not 3/4 plywood, just be sure to screw them tight to the joists then a layer of 1/2 BC grade plywood, the cheaper CDX grade will have unwanted voids then a 1/4 cement based tile backer mortared and nailed to the floor then tile on top of that set with mortar the new schluter ditra subfloor system claims it will be enough over just one layer of 3/4 plywood for any tile install but I have not used the product yet

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