Basic Information of Interior Wall Tile CMAX-0094:
5.waterproof or without waterproof
Features of Interior Wall Tile CMAX-0094:
1. Size:300*450mm;300*600mm ceramic tile
2.Various colors are available;Fashion and elegant pattern tile
3. Usage: use in Inner wall.
4. Engobe(water proof) or without engobe(not water proof)
6.Tile Minimum order: 1x20'FCL (items we have in stock can be mix loading)
7.Delivery Time : within 25 days after received 30% payment by TT
8.Payment term: L/C; T/T, 30% deposit, balance paid before loading.
9.Packing: standard carton with wooden pallet or per customers' request
Specification of Interior Wall Tile CMAX-0094:
Normal Size of Interior Wall Tile CMAX-0094:
Advantage Of Our Factory:
1.Very Competitive Price:
2. High Quality
3. Immediate Response
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- Q:Which is generally cheaper? Wood or tile floors?
- Tiles are generally cheaper than wood. However, some tiles are more expensive and some wood floors are cheaper (like laminate). Tiles are also colder on feet than wood floors. So paying more for wood is worth it. Plus, wood floors provide elegance to any room, unlike tiles!
- Q:Im buying a house the main bathroom has ugly blue tile on walls can I paint those tiles a different color?
- i wouldn't paint them . . .I used to have this shower remodel job for a college, we'd have to paint over the old shower tiles with the above mentioned 2-part epoxy paint...and it sucked. not only was it a hassle to sand those tiles, but to mix the paint and get it smooth and even...it's just very frustrating and i wouldn't wish it on my enemies. if the tiles are REAL BAD, then save up and just do a bathroom remodel...if not, then use other colors to accent the bathroom. blue and yellow go well togther, also blue and orange...or you could get a rich brown to go with it, it really depends on the blue and how bad it is. hope this helps good luck
- Q:What kind of tiles good? How to look?
- Personal feeling Huapeng tiles good, good quality. A good tile to see a variety of, for example:
2, water absorption
3, wear resistance
4, acid and alkali resistance
- Q:How to choose bathroom tiles
- In general, the seller will tell the customer whether a tile is permeable, how water absorption. Met with the intention to hide it does not matter, we can try on the spot. The tile glaze layer down, pour a small glass of water on the back, wait a few minutes after the observation of the infiltration of water, and then turn over to see whether there is a watermark glaze. If the water infiltration quickly, glazed with a clear watermark, indicating that the tile permeable, and the density is small, the quality of the times. On the contrary, the slow spread of water or less water, glazed no watermark, indicating a larger tile density, the quality is relatively good. Left tiles glazed with a clear watermark, the quality is not as good as the right tile tricks 3 eye view manual
- Q:The living room is good or the tiles are good
- Living room or use tiles, for two reasons
First, from the design of the living room for the concept of open space, so there is no great impact on people's access, and sometimes the floor will feel some state of prohibition
Second, now the Chinese people's civilization has not yet come to everyone like to take off the shoes, so the tile is easy to clean some
- Q:Selection of tiles for Bathroom.?
- Ceramic tile is cheaper than stone but we have installed ceramic or porcelain tiles in all bathrooms for the ease of upkeep. Stone does look richer but it needs to be sealed at least once a year maybe more. The sealing part is easy but the stone tile needs to be completely clean first. That is the 'hard work' part. Ceramic tile will hold up to almost anything in a bathroom and the grout is the only thing that needs sealing. (You'd probably have grout to seal with the stone too) If you signed for stone, I'd make sure that they are going to give you some kind of refund for the difference of the cost. They are saving a a few bucks here so make them pass it on.
- Q:vinyl tile question???
- it was a buffer pad used after wax was applied and let dry on a clean floor
- Q:On stone tile:?
- For the outside sounds really neat... and if inside we are talking well drained sand floors with slope to outside(remember New Orleans... it was the levees designed to keep city dry that flooded it!) Expense would be another good reason besides you do know how hard ring around the tub is on vinyl/fibercase/porcelin tubs NOW imagine porous rock... But as cost no object allow larger size(for rock sides/bottom) build water tight container(well supported- no joke intended) with drain/ overflow and then place rocks and grout(optional) away... you are doing this ground level or then ALSO consider weight and add new truss supports etc. Will this new tub be inspected by city/county? They may have something to say... or if you have plans to ever sell... Looking better and better outside? Concrete pond ! Yeah I know,,,
- Q:Help removing cork tiles?
- Oh man I feel your pain! a.Get a razor sharp floor scraper and go at it. b. Get a paint scraper and scrub the floor like you would any paint. I think you get more leverage using a hand held paint scraper. c. Last case scenario use a non oil based solvent like Acetone, or Lacquer thinner to dissolve the glue. Be sure to ventilate well so you don't get a buzz from the fumes. Good Luck!
- Q:To install ceramic tile in my bathroom, do I NEED backerboard??
- I can't believe I, as the lone female answering, am going to have the right answer. Yes, you need backerboard. Simply put, you are tiling. Have you ever lifted a box of those tiles? And can you imagine one of them on that wall? Now, how about 10 of those boxes? You see, you are putting up tile and tile cement and tile group, all very heavy items, onto what may well be simple sheetrock. Yes, you need backerboard. Specifically, you want cement board, which is specifically designed to be used with tile and be waterproof. You see, in your zest to prove you can do it, you may well have a moisture issue come from an overlooked mistake in the tiling. Maybe it's the caulk at the tub seal, maybe it's in a corner, maybe it comes from an awkward merging of two tiles. Whichever it may be, you want a waterproof surface which will stay intact from such an issue ... sheetrock, no matter how nicely painted prior, simply won't do that. Yes, you need cement board. Ask anybody at your local home center if you doubt me ... and I, as the lone female, will now bid adieu.
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15.00% South America
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8.00% Western Europe
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