Glazed Floor Tile 300*300mm Item No. CMAX3B625

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Glazed Floor Tile 300*300mm, CMAX3B625 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

  Only Grade AAA available

  Strict quality control system on product, package and after sale service

  Competitive price and with quality quaranteed

  Standard export packing: Pater Carton+ Wooden Pallet

  Fast production arrangement after order is confirmed by the client

  OEM service could be offered based on the actual requirement from the client

  Marketing support on samples, catalogues as well as carton designing

  Professional sales team for the whole importing and exporting procedure.

 

Product Specification 

 

  Tile Type: Dry-Pressed Tile, Silk Printing Glazed Surface

  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*300mm Item No. CMAX3B625

Glazed Floor Tile 300*300mm Item No. CMAX3B625

 

 

FAQ

 

1.    For Glazed Floor Tile, what is the popular size?

—— Now the popular sizes are 30*30mm, 40*40mm, for some special market, we are shipping 50*50mm tile also.  

 

2.    Is there a MOQ for each model?

—— Normally the MOQ is one 20’ container. For some special models, whose production could be arranged frequently, 2 or 3 models could be mixed into one container.  

 

 

3.   What is the delivery time after we paid the deposit?

—— Normally we shall get all items ready for loading within 3 weeks after we get the deposit or the formal Letter of Credit?

 

 

 

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Q:Should the ceramic tile throughout my house match?
If your tiling just the common areas and they are continuous to each other ie : Kitchen, hall,foyer,mudroom etc. I find most people are keeping the continuity as it increases the overall appearance of the area being tiled.(No start and stop,no transitions etc) However,changing pace in the baths and being creative is most usually reccomended. Glad to see you fighting back from Katrina.. Best of luck to you... bellzie
Q:How to cut vent hole in floor tile?
Masonry blade on a skill saw or a grinder. It'll make some noise and a lot of dust, but it will cut the tile.
Q:My Kitchen floor is covered w/ vinyl sheets and it is wood underneath. can i put tiles on wood instead?
The number 1 reason to keep the vinyl and use tile over the existing floor is that you may run the risk of asbestos exposure depending on how old your floor is. Just go to Home Depot or any other flooring supply store and use wonderboard or hardibacker (1/4 thickness sheet) to use as an underlaymnet over the vinyl.
Q:crackling sound under my cermamic tiles?
It's rather difficult to diagnose the problem without seeing what is under your tile. It could be that you had a thinset failure, or perhaps you have a moisture problem within the slab. I would try and take up the full tiles where you hear the crumbling. It is possible that you allowed traffic on the tile too soon after setting. The concrete might have not been cleaned well enough prior to thinset application, thus thinset bonded to tile but not to slab in this area. Pull up some tile and write back with what you found out. I would bet the thinset is bonded to the tile, but not to the slab.
Q:Kitchen Backsplash Tiles?
Stone tiles and I recommend sealing twice before installing . should not need to be sealed again w/ the newer penetrating sealers. This make a great backsplash in looks and durability. I have several picts of some I ve done over the years if you need an idea of how it ll look. The grout sealed 72 hrs after grouting giving the stone actually 3 coats. Been at it for 20+ years and never a problem Any questions you can e mail me thru my avatar and check my qualifications there GL
Q:Quarry tiles - replace or restore?
Quarry tiles are made from unrefined extruded, high silica alumina clay that gets pressed into the desired form and hard burnt. They are hard and durable but have a softer composition than ceramic tiles. It is an unglazed form of tile, which comes in a natural colour selection, red, brown and beiges. A good and cheap place to start is to try using raw linseed oil. This will usually remove most of your tough stains. You want to be careful about using acids on real quarry tile because they are very porous and acids could etch your tiles permanently. If the linseed oil doesn't do the trick then a more expensive alternative would be using Lithofin Victorian Tiled Floor Restorer and a good sealer is HG Golvpolish. You should be able to get these from good tile retailers. If the tiles are laid on earth, or on a lime bed on earth, they should not be sealed as they need to breath to avoid damp being trapped. The original tile finish was a clear oil and of course this still allows the tile to breath. Try Slate Dressing from a fireplace shop, this is colourless and will give a richness to the tiles.. Hope this helps.
Q:is it hard to take off shower tiles? i have a house built in 2000 with bathroom showers all tiled in the?
Being that your house is pretty new most likely the tiles are on drywall and set using latex glue. However if they were set using thinset cement on drywall it will be a little harder or if the builder used the older method and set the tiles in cement on wire mesh, then it's a beast and everything must come down. Using a stiff putty knife start at the top and tap the putty knife behind the tiles and gently pry away from the wall. You will have some damage to the drywall, apply drywall compound, let dry sand down and paint with primer. NOTE: Be sure to wear eye protection and gloves, broken tile is very sharp. Also protect your tub by installing a piece of plywood on top of it to prevent falling tiles from damaging it. It's also not a bad ideal to just tear out the drywall and tile and install new backer board. Maybe a little more work money but In the long run it will make for a much better job. If you are going to use that large of tile you really should tear it out and use the cement backer board and thinset as your glue as these tiles are heavy. Rent a wet saw to cut the tiles.
Q:Where is cheapest in dublin to buy tiles for kitchen walls?
Sorry, some of that wasn't really about tiling, but still: Home Depot is a great place to get tiling from. It has some extremely cheap prices! I definitely would recommend them as far as pricing. Hope this all helps!
Q:Tile setting problems?
I can t believe these builders and tile setters didn t pick up on what you said..You said he installed the backer board and should ve leveled the floor. Un even grout will occur if the floor isn t flat so the installer is right about that. But he was wrong in doing a job that had a floor that wasn t flat. Part of his duty when bidding or time of installing is a floor inspection. And he should ve brought it to your attention and tell you that it ll be a bit extra to fix it or tell you that you have a dip or hump. It may have been a simple fix or something costing some money, I can t see it from here. Give him a chance to fix it. Then work w/ him to see if it can be worked out..Any questions you can e mail me thru my avatar and check my qualifications there GL
Q:what is better for cutting tile, a wet saw or a tile cutter??
It depends on what kind of cuts you need to make. A tile cutter is fine for straight cuts, but inevitably you will have to make some sort of crazy cut that you can't make with a tile cutter. A wet saw can be rented for a fairly reasonble rate and makes the job a lot easier.

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