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Specifications of Porcelain Tile

1.Polished porcelain tile

2.Great natural stone image and high glossy degree

3.Water absorption:<0.5%

4.Sizes: 600 x 600mm or 800 x 800mm

6.Product features: resistance to fading, staining and discoloration, easy to clean

7.Package: carton + strong wooden pallet

8.Transportation: by sea

9.Package: 4 pcs/Ctn for 600mm; 3 pcs/Ctn for 800mm


Applications of Porcelain Tile

1.Suitable for homes flooring tiles

2.high grade office buildings

3. high-grade hotel flooring tiles,

4.government and corporate projects flooring tiles

5.deluxe clubs flooring and wall tiles


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Q:I dropped a hammer on my ceramic tile floor!!?
Got any tiles left over from the job? You can (carefully!) chip the old tile out in pieces with a hammer and a chisel, (VERY carefully!) chip out the grout between the broken tile and the ones next to it. and chip out the cement under the broken tile until you're down to the backer board. Once that's done, clean out all the chips, dust, etc, and chip out the cement that you missed. Clean again, check for still more cement (it's persistent stuff), until the area is clean. Set the spare tile down in the space to make sure it fits OK. It should set below the level of the other tiles. If not, you missed some cement. Go back to step B. Finally, you're ready. Mix some tile cement, dump a glop in the center of the cleared area, spread it around, and use a tile trowel if you have one to spread it and groove the cement. The grooves let you spread the cement and give it some extra area to fasten to the back of the tile. Put the tile in place, wiggle it around and move it until you like where it's sitting, wipe up any cement that oozed up around the sides, and don't walk on it for 2 days. Finally, mix up some grout, spread it into the seams, wipe it off the tiles around the seams, and don't walk on it for another day. Seal the seams, and carry your hammer carefully from now on.
Q:I just had ceramic tile floors installed, what are the pros & cons of sealing the grout and tiles?
Hi, It's a matter of personal taste and how much you use the kitchen. I personally wouldn't put tile in my kitchen as I cook a lot and it is hard on the back and legs but I love it for my bathrooms. I personally have hardwood and you do need to take care of it but I love it. It is 13 years old and the only place it is showing wear is by the sink where I should have had an area rug.It has had a lot of traffic 2 kids and friends, 2 dogs and 2 cats. You need to wipe up spills. It is more forgiving when something is dropped than tile. I may get it refinished at some point but for now I just think it adds character. My girlfriend has linoleum and loves the easy care of it. I have seen people in her home reach down and touch it so it is a good quality and realistic looking. Friends have tile in their solarium that is heated and that is very nice but have hardwood in their kitchen. I prefer hardwood or tile as I like natural products. If I didn't spend so much time on my feet in the kitchen I might consider tile. Hope this helps and good luck on your renovation.
Q:Will tiles have static electricity?
Friction, and perhaps what substances, the main material of the tile is silica, a variety of metals, compounds, which itself is a bad conductor,
Q:in the market for a decent 12 x12 floor tile?
Several types of tile are made in the US. Some include Florida Tile, American Olean some Laufen tile are made here. You don t necessarily need a 12x12 , you may want to consider a smaller tile in that space. Even some of the makers listed above import the tile from Turkey, China, Italy etc. Over the years I haven t done much China made tile so I can t honestly comment on that. Almost any tile made ( almost) will be fine in a residential bathroom setting. Porcelain tiles are fine but normal ceramics will also work well. Vinyl sheet goods will also work fine in a bathroom. They come in 6 and 12 ft goods, so a 6x7 foot pc will work excellent for you since you won t scrap out much and you ll be seamless. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Q:Tearing up carpet, tile entire house?
Very expensive when you consider $4-$5 or more per sq foot for installation costs, plus the cost of the tile itself. Tile , whether ceramic, slate, marble, etc., will require a cement backer board [$1+ per sq ft], mastic mortar[ $.50+ per sq ft], grout, sealer, etc.. For 1500 sq ft this will add up fast, even if you do the labor yourself. Consider resale as well. Some option to consider might also include under-tile floor heat at least in the bathrooms, usually well worth the expense. I personally share your likes as far as tile vs carpeting, but future home-buyers might like a more rounded choice, such as hardwood flooring. If you have ever stood on a concrete floor for long periods [painful on the back and joints], this is what a whole house of tile will feel like. Hardwood flooring has a little cushion to it.
Q:CAN I TILE OVER FLOORBOARDS please advise how?
Sorry John, definite no-no. Remove the hardwood, put down either Hardibacker or Durock, then tile. If you try to lay tile directly over hardwood, it doesn't matter what prep work, type of mortar, it is destined for failure. Hardwood is not dimensionally stable for a tile substrate.
Q:i have tile for my walls in bathroom and a couple have fallen off?
i would not invest alot of money in this type of repair job , but i have done a a few similar jobs like it using a waterproof caulk or a basic construction addhesive like liquid nails.let walls dry overnight then set with caulk or addhesive and let dry about 4 or 5 hours. drying times are usually listed on the adhesive tubes.
Q:Cleaning tile floor.?
hot water with vinegar
Q:Help with Ceramic Tile Please!!?
Yeah, Ryder's intuition is right. You can't put peel-n-sticks ( or any other vinyl) on top of ceramic. You can although, have a good carpet shop make up a custom fit rug (from ordinary wall to wall carpeting) that will cover your entire bathroom floor. We've made thousands of them. You keep the resale value of your tile, and it goes away at the same time. ...a really good shop can even make you a matching toilet seat cover to match your rug...
Q:asbetos floor tiles and home purchase?
Carpet, Tiles and floating floors.

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