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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:Tile vs concrete flooring?
Tile can cost from about $1 and sqaure foot plus, thinset and grout plus the cost to install it. If you do it yourself it's free of course if you hire someone then it can cost from about $2 a square foot on up. so, it depends on how manyh sqare feet you have. Concrete flooring looks okay. It has an industrial look. It cracks very often and costs around $3 a square foot according to a friend of mines estimate. I say go with tile. It's a lot easier to clean and more durable and lasts a lot longer.
Q:How to pull up tile to save money on cost to install new tile?
If you do not plan on replacing the old baseboard with new, then you should gently remove it using a small pry bar and mallet. If you can't find the pry bar, a flat head screwdriver works alright.. Once you have pulled it away from the wall you might need to remove the nails to get it off without damage. If your tile has been on there since the beginning of time, you might have a little trouble removing it as back then the mastic used was quite different then what is used now. It really stuck! I am guessing you are talking about ceramic and not linoleum or vinyl tile. You can get a long handled scraper at just about any hardware store and they don't cost that much. That will save you allot of time. If you do not plan on saving the tiles, a 8 lb . sledge hammer will do the job of loosening the tiles from the floor but please make sure you wear eye protection. Then just scrape them up as you go along. If your tiles are the vinyl ,peel stick, or linoleum a good hot hair dryer works to soften the adhesive allowing you to scrape up the tiles. I'm sure a professional would recommend a heat gun though. I have removed and replaced both types and just to let you know it is not a easy or fun job. Wear rubber gloves if you can and keep a bottle of baby oil close by just in case you get the mastic on your hands.
Q:How to repair tiles?
wear goggles as the piece's are extremely sharp. Get waterproof adhesive, grout,, sponge and spacers They also sell a tool to remove old grout If you don't want it to look like a patch, you should Replace all the grout If not, chip out the old tile, clean the wall and old grout, apply adhesive to the tile, place in hole Place spacers, two on a side Let adhesive dry Mix grout and apply Wipe will damp sponge Or instead of a tile, put in a soap dish or shampoo shelf
Q:wood or tile flooring in my bedroom?
I suggest going with the wood flooring. Tile really does not make sense in a bedroom both aesthetically and in practicality. Tile is cold so your feet will always touch down on cold tile when you get out of bed. Plus it is very hard, so if grandma drops anything breakable on tile it is almost certain to break. The grout between the tiles is difficult to clean and stains easily. Hardwood or the newer 'hardwood' laminate flooring are both superior options for a bedroom. If you're worried about grandma's oopses, buy an inexpensive throw rug for the area she is likely to sit at and spot clean it when she has a spill. Wood flooring will not show a ring from laying down a cup. A light shade of slate blue (grey-blue) will look nice with wood flooring. I would go with a white trim with the slightest hint of the same blue on your walls mixed into it. Then make or buy curtains with a much darker shade of the same color blue. Paint chips will help you find color families that look nice together and darker shades of the same color. Just remember that most colors on paint chips will appear darker when your entire room is painted that color. What I do is find the color I love most on a paint chip, and then I go with the next lighter shade of that color, and it winds up appearing to be the color that I wanted. Good luck. Remodeling your bedroom is lots of fun!
Q:Couple of tile questions?
I put adhesive on wall as base and lightly spread adhesive onto back of tile to help create stronger bond. Follow adhesive instructions for grouting, cure times vary with adhesives. Better to wait than not to have adhesive set and wind up with moisture troubles and loose tiles from adhesion loss.
Q:City Hall tiles Math Problem?
Consider the tiles in the pattern above, but not including the 149 tile row. That row contains 147 tiles. The next higher row contains 145 tiles and the number decreases by 2 for each successive row. The number of tiles above the 149 tile row is the sum of the odd integers from 1 to 147. N = 1 + 3 + 5 + 7 + ... + 145 + 147 N = Σ(2n-1) for n = 1 to 74 = 2Σn - Σ1 = 2(n)(n+1)/2 - n = 2(74)(75/2) - 74 = 74*75 - 74 = 74² tiles The pattern is symmetric about the 149 tile row so there are the same number of tiles below that row as there are above it. Including the 149 tile row the total number of tiles is: T = 2N + 149 = 2(74²) + 149 = 11101
Q:How to choose the difference between tile types
2, quintana bricks Quintana brick is a wear-resistant brick, the surface is not glazed, positive and negative color consistent, its color than glazed tiles. The whole body brick is widely used in the hall, aisle, outdoor walkway and other renovation projects on the ground. Nobel tiles manager told Xiaobian, in the simple plain home furnishings style, quintana brick by a specific crowd of love, more and more become a fashion. 3, polished tiles Polished brick is the surface of the whole body polished by a kind of bright brick, is a kind of quintana brick, compared to the whole body brick, the polished surface of the polished to be much cleaner, polished hard polished polished, suitable for washing in the toilet , The interior of the kitchen is used outside the interior.
Q:cutting ceremic floor tile?
Grinds that carbide right off the bit, doesn't it? One of the previous posts has one technique, that being, drill a small hole in the tile (carbide, diamond-tip) at a slow speed with some sort of lubricant such as water (also cools the bit, but don't electrocute yourself) on the tile. Then you would thread the carbide grit hacksaw blade through the hole and hook up a hacksaw frame and cut away - - slowly. Then the tile will usually break when you are almost done. There are tile hole saw blades made, but they are not cheap, as they wear out relatively quickly. They will work up to a few inch diameter size. If it's any bigger than that, you'll probably want to find someone with a water-jet machine, like a countertop fabricator - person. A water-jet cuts just like it sounds - with water. It'll cut stone up to several inches thick. Hope that helps
Q:Ceramic tile??
It wouldn't hold up very well if you put it right on top of the vinyl floor, but if you screw down some thin wonder board it would work just fine. If you are tiling the kitchen or bathroom you run into problems with raising the floor such as doors not opening and appliances being raised above the counter tops. And if you tile in front of the appliances it will be a pain to get them out if you ever needed to replace them (dishwasher)
Q:Hard tiling question.?
If you are tiling a 2 * n rectangle with 1 * 2 tiles, you would line up 1 tile along the end measuring 2, then, becasue the other dimension of the tile is 1, you would need n tiles For 2 * 2 tiles you would do the same thing except that each tile would cover 2 units of the side that is n units, so you would need n/2 tiles

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