Hot sale Polished Porcelain Tile BJ1116 From CNBM

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China polished porcelain tile 

Size : 600 x 600 cm, 800 x 800 mm 

Surface:Nano polished finish 

Water absorption:< 0.2 % 

CE&ISO


Features:

 

1) Available in many designs, specifications and assorted color, unique designs and exclusive quality

2)Used for indoor & outdoor wall and floor decorations,  building exterior,

3)Easy to install, anti-dust, washable, acid-proof, alkali-proof, durable

4)Material: porcelain

5)Customized sizes available according to clients’ requirements

6)Available dimensions

Hot sale Polished Porcelain Tile BJ1116 From CNBM

Hot sale Polished Porcelain Tile BJ1116 From CNBM

It’s good for hotel lobby flooring, shopping mall, big project etc

We have many different color and different design for you to choose. If you want to know more about us, go on

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Our products are good quality with reasonable price.

We have CE & ISO9001, SASO for most of our tiles

 

 

Specification and technology information:

·         NANO polished

·         Water absorption:<0.1%< span="">

·         Price terms:FOB Foshan

·         Delivery:within 15~20 days after 30% deposit received

·         Payment:T/T,L/C

·         CE mark,ISO certificate

 




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Q:Can I Tile over cracked concrete outside?
First deal with the cracks. They are normal if they were caused over time by the concrete just settling. If you go to the hardware store you will want to find some crack repairing compounds. They are like concrete and mortar and should be in that section. They contain a rubber based martix which will bend and flex instead of breaking and fill cracks easily. Make sure you put down a even layer of mortar before you begin tiling and it should be okay to tile.
Q:The word COUNTED has been spelled using Scrabble tiles.?
i) 1/7 * 1/6 = 1/42 ii) 3/7*2/6 = 1/7
Q:How to Repair Ceramic Tile?
Remove the grout from around the tiles in question. Using a stiff scraper, gently work it under the tile. Remove tile and clean both the floor area and back of tile. Vacuum and thin-set both floor and back of tile. reset and grout after about 12 hours curing time.
Q:I am going to be using a self stick floor tile in a mobile home. What can I use under it as a vapor barrier?
use luanue it is recomended as a prelayment over plywood for tile it comes in 4 by 8 feet sheets.....its less that 1/4 thick and lightweight........
Q:can you put tile over tile on the kitchen floor?
As long as the existing tile is not cracked, has missing chips, free from grease and dirt and has been vacuumed you won't have a problem putting new tile over it. Also you want to make sure the existing tile is not loose in spots. Yeah, a few new tiles might lose their grip and come up.....in about forty years. We did the same in 1974. I am now in the process of a remodel and a few of them came loose. Must have been a bad batch of tiles! Lol. You'll be fine.
Q:can i use porcelain tile in the shower?
I tile every day of my life and the direct answer is YES, primarily given the size of the tile. Tile has grades of durability, usually 1 through 5. 5 being the better for flooring. Porcelain is clay, just a finer grade, and usually porcelain tile has it's color/pattern throughout the piece, not just glazed onto the surface. It's fired at a higher kiln temp, so has an added measure of strength from that. More important than the species, is the substrate, which should be concrete backer board, and the mortars should be exterior or poly blends for the conditions a shower endures. Grout lines can be 1/4, but I prefer 1/8 for walls, and again a poly blend grout. Sanded grout. Sealing after the fact,,,in my opinion,,,is a wasted step and expense, if you've used the proper substances to begin with, and would need regular RE-sealing. Vertical installs are best done with small tiles, 2/4/6 inches, often mesh backed, and the first/lowest course set first, allowed to dry/set, then proceed up. You have Gravity and Shear weight to consider. I prefer floor to ceiling install. The shower pan/basin is another consideration that involves tile size, given that the drain should often be slightly concave to allow run off, even a pre formed basin often is modestly graded toward the drain. Etc. Etc. Etc. without rambling on about my opinions of install methods. Steven Wolf Just my two sense
Q:When did the tiles begin?
The use of tiles has a long history, it first appeared in the ancient Egyptian pyramid of the room, and a long time ago began to contact with the bath. In the Islamic state, the tiles are painted with flowers and plant patterns. In the medieval England, people will be different colors of geometric brick shop in the church and the monastery on the floor.
Q:why tile installed was defective?
Installing Tile can be a beautiful thing, but it can also be a terrible mess if not done correctly. A few things that could cause this is: Did you use mastic(glue) or thinset(concrete)? If you used Mastic that is not a good thing for an entire install on a floor, it should only be used as a repair or on small tile on a wall as it never truely dries gue to the outsite of the glue crusts and the center of the tile stays wet. If you used thinset was it mixed properly as that can be an issue due to coverage and set time. Did the back of the tile have dust on them from the box (the mill making these is dusty and sometimes tiles need to be cleaned before install) was the surface properly preped before you started? It needs to be a clean porus surface, if it is sealed or painted the tiles will not stick. Those are the most common issues, I hope this helps
Q:Can I use wall tile on a floor?
First, wall tiles are thinner than floor tiles. Because of gravity, wall tiles are made slightly thinner to make adherence to your wall easier. Wall tiles are also often more porous on their adhesive side than ceramic floor tiles, again for ease of installation. Ceramic floor tile on the other hand is made thicker for application to flat surfaces. It is also set with a different mixture of thinset mortar. You can find most styles of floor tile made for walls as well so that you can match your border to your floors. Consult with a ceramic floor tile specialist to see if they can find the style you are looking for in both ceramic floor tile and ceramic wall tile.
Q:Why did my porcelain tile crack around my toilet?
jac...dee, there are several reasons the tile could have cracked, but I wouldn't categorically state that the tile cracked around the toilet because you put tile over linoleum. It just depends on how stable the linoleum was when you put the tile over it. I've have tiled over lino and and it's going on 5 years without any problem. So, if the lino was in good condition, that's not the problem. I'm wondering if maybe you applied too much pressure by screwing the toilet screws down too tightly. It's a common mistake. You should only snug up the toilet screws and not over-tighten. You could cut out the linoleum around the floor in the area of the lino as someone else suggested. But if it's in good condition and lays flat, it shouldn't be a problem. Still, to be safe, maybe cut it away but then add a bit more mortar to ensure the tile is the same height as the rest of the tiled floor. Still, I would avoid tightening the toilet too tight. Only snug! good luck

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