Glazed Porcelain Floor Tiles With Price 9003

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Type:

Tiles

Place of Origin:

Guangdong China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

Sunshine

Model Number:

9003

Size:

600 x 600mm,800 x 800mm

Material:

Porcelain Tiles

Usage:

Interior Tiles

Function:

Antibacterial,Non-Slip

Surface Treatment:

Polished Tiles

Technique: 

Vitrified Tiles

Tile Type:

Floor Tiles

Color:

beige ,black ,white

Thickness: 

9.5mm

Water absorbtion:

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Design:

Various

Type details:

Polished Porcelain Vitrified Tiles With Price

Delivery time:

Quick ,on time

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:White carton with wooden pallet with fumigation in 20'GP container
Delivery Detail:15-25 days after receiving deposit

 

  Product Description

 

 

DESCRIPTION

 WATER ABSORPTION

    PC/CTN

KGS/CTN

M2/CTN

MINIMUM ORDER QUANTITY 

CTNS 

        M2

      G.W.(KGS)

Vitrified Tiles With Price   600X600X9.5mm 

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27440.00 

 

 

 The Advantage of  Vitrified Tiles

1.No Radioactivity.

2.No color difference.

3.Low water absorption.

4.Resistence to bending strength.

5.Resistence to fading ,discoloration.

6.Glazed surface ,top grade quality.

7. Equipment from German and Italy.

8.It is good for house decoration of interior flooring and wall tile bulding materil , kitchen wall tile building materils ,bathroom wall tiles build material ,Balcony ,super market ,house design ,shopping mall ,warehouse construction material

 

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Q:painting over ceremic tile?
They do sell specific 'paints' to use over tiles/ceramic. Check your local Home Improvement store.
Q:granite flooring over tile?
If they are vinyl tiles stuck to the subfloor and you put another substrate, such as 1/2 cement board, yes you can. If the vinyl tiles are over another type subfloor, such as luan, then no, the vinyl and its substrate must come up and then the proper subflooring put down over the subfloor, correctly and then tile. If its a self stick tile, over slab, it must come up. If its a glued down vinyl tile over slab and bonded well, there are proper ways to put ceramic over this. If your doing ceramic over ceramic, and the ceramic is down well and no signs of cracks or loose tiles, again there are proper ways of putting ceramic ( or granite) over ceramic. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and heck my qualifications there. GL
Q:What are the brands of tiles?
Third-rate brand: You Lulai, Yan card, the new porcelain, the new Cody, modern, Sheraton, Double Happiness, on the yuan, Tao City, Montagut, Nock Weir, Europa, Pierre Cardin, Fuling, St. Paul Road, Lihua, Revlon Lirong, Dickson, Dunhill, High, Personality, Red Lantern , Hongfeng, Warner, Heng Yi, King Yi, King Kong, Kang Bo, Lei Ke, Li Wei, Mai Dehao, MG, Michael, Malaz, Nimio, Qiao Nan, Shengfa, poetry Manli, St. Luo Lan, the world outside the pottery, the charm, the Italian, Heavenly Creed, Centrino, the new world, Xiaoyu, emperor women, Italy Fort Luo, Yaluo Si, the promise,
Q:what type of glass tile is this?
Are these beads seed beads? Really beautiful
Q:Installing Floor Tile?
Without knowing exactly how you define upgrade; I suspect more vinyl wouldn't be. While some might enjoy hardwoods or laminates for a kitchen; I personally don't. After doing many various floors and installing multiple thousands of sq. ft. of tile and other substances; this is pretty much a choice you have to make. If you went with wood or laminate you might be OK leaving old flooring; though If I was contracted to do a job as such; I might turn it down. Most especially with vinyl tiles; I'd remove them or install concrete backer board/ a new sub floor over; removing any cove base molding to replace later. You'll get many various opinions here; and your options should be weighed using various factors. For one thing the kitchen; while it should be aesthetically pleasing; is pretty much a utilitarian room. Usual ceramic or Porcelain tile will last a lifetime with proper care; but will also be a cause for broken glasses or dishes if dropped. Certainly wood or laminates might as well. More Vinyl; be it sheet or tile would be an inexpensive way to go; and the patterns and colors are vast. Easy is a relative word; but I'd be happy to walk you through any substance and process. I like Pauls suggestion; and have samples of it; but I'm not sure of it's proven durability. Similarly I like Pergo; in a patchwork but again; it's a laminate. Actually the most durable wood flooring/ laminate I've found; is bamboo (no it doesn't look like stalks laid on the floor) You might also consider the rooms use in a general sense; how the balance of the room is decorated/accesorized; etc. Steven Wolf
Q:Wood or Tile in my master bath?
I would suggest Tile. I honestly do not think that Wood is the best choice because there will be a lot of water on the floor most of the time so it could harm the floors.
Q:Tiling countertop?
I agree with you. You will always need to be aware that there is a possibility the tiles may come loose one day and need to be fixed. Tile adhesive on plywood or particle board may react differently than on backerboard. If budget is a problem, I would try it.
Q:,I'm removing tile?
Ok here goes. I just did that same job and disposed of it a little at a time in the trash by breaking it up. I removed it with a hair dryer of all things. You heat the tiles up with it and scrape under them. Most of the tar or adhesive will come with it. Plan on it taking a good deal of time too. I then just washed it down good let it dry over night and re-did peel and stick tiles with a shiny finish. It looks great. Happy flooring.
Q:can you lay ceramic tile outside?
don't believe anyone who tells you that you have to put porcelean only outside. porcelean costs more, and that's a sale to them. my company has put many a ceramic tile outside, regardless of the type of weather an area receives, and have yet to have a problem. i strongly recommend a multi flex thinset, over a regular thinset, and please don't buy your thinset from home depot. if you would rather buy from lowes over a tile distributor, buy lowe's ultrafex II. it's a superior product. pick any tile you want, from any store you want, and put it on your porch. make sure the right thinset notch size is used. a tile up to 12 inches requires a 3/8 notch, a tile up to 18 inches requires a 1/2 notch, and anything over 20 inches requires a 3/4 notch. if the proper notch size is used, you shouldn't have any problems with cracking. if your area is subject to hard freezes in the winter, a little rubbing alcohol (not much, maybe a cup per bucketful) added to your thinset guarantees the thinset will never freeze. good luck!
Q:probablity question: there are 5 red tileds, 4 blue tiles......?
4 out of 12 then 5 out of 11

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