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Basic Information of Polished Porcelain Tile

1,Size: 60x60/80x80cm tile

2,Certificate: CE ,ISO

3,W.A.<0.5%

4,Material: Porcelain

Features of Polished Porcelain Tile

1,Size:600*600mm,800*800mm Porcelain tile

2,Various colors are available,Fashion and elegant pattern tile

3,Usage: use in inner floor

4,Engobe(water proof)

5,Certificate: CE,ISO,SONCAP

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.

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Q:What is the best size tiles for bathroom?
As answer 1 states and you already have priced, 12x12 is fine. Even in a small room the larger tile creates an illusion of larger space. The issue for the floor will be cutting, also as answer 1 states, but divisible is not as much the issue as how you square the room and where you set the center, allowing the most number of full pieces visible as possible. That's not only for aesthetics, but determining cuts and where the cut pieces will be least visible. If you have cove base molding you can assume 1/4 inch from the molding as the final grout line and throughout 1/4 inch is usual. What that does however, in your measuring is to add/subtract 1 inch for every 4 pieces of 12 x 12 tile. IE: If you think to tile in a 4 ft. wide area you will have to cut the tile at least on one side of that, allowing for the grout lines. Addressing wall tile size. I tiled my shower walls in a 16x 16 terra cotta but I don't advise it. The usual would be 4x4 or 6x6, in that size range. It's not impossible to use large tile but is more a challenge.You should use a rapid set mortar/mastic, still use spacers, even at 1/8 inch and set the lower course first, allow to dry/set 24 hours, then build your way up the wall. In my case with the size and weight I had to brace each tile to hold it in place. Given that these are rentals, I'd make the job as easy as possible, probably with smaller wall tiles, even mesh backed. In any case a poly blend mortar/quick set and the same in a sanded grout DOC
Q:Need help with tiling my sunroom.?
Often Home-Depot ,Lowe's and others have a training season for doing tile , sheetrock , painting ... just check with your local store to see if they have these and when. I have gone to some and they are informative Yes, ceramic tile does go on cement very well
Q:Tiles in my bathroom?
22 tiles at a bare minimum. 8x8=64 s/inches 56x64=3584 total s/inches in the room 13x13=169 s/inches 3584 divided by 169 is 21.2 or 22 tiles. 4/5 pc for scrap so 26/27 total pcs. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Q:need some idea About Ceremic tiles?
What okorder.com/ We have professional tile fixers, tile distributors, technical advisors and more, to answer whatever questions you might have.
Q:Why are my ceramic floor tiles breaking up?
Tiles will crack for generally 3 reasons 1) Improperly prepared flooring - The floor needs to be sealed from moisture from below/exterior walls, and cleaned from any and all previous floor coverings (ie glues.residues from laminant or previous tiles). Highly recommended not to apply thinset to partical board or OSB as they call it here as the thinset aggravates the adhesives from the board. Best to use plywood. 2) Improperly applied tiles - There are specific thinsets for different floor coverings (ie, concrete flooring in basements, plywood, or even on top of existing ceramic floors) It is very important that the correct thinset is used, and that the application is uniform and complete underneath each and every tile. If there are air pockets under the tile, chances are very high they will break. 3) Cheap materials - You generally get what you pay for. Tiles at .60/sqft will break in your own hands. If you can snap the tile in 2 with your bare hands, how do you expect it to handle 200+ lbs. It sounds like it is possible that termites deminished the quality of the wood beneath the tiles, but you would be able to see yourself from the tile whether the tile let go from the thinset, or the thinset let go of the floor surface. If the bottom of the tile is caked with thinset, the problem is moisture in the floor (or your termites), if there is no thinset on the tile it was either not properly installed, or improper/poor thinset was used.
Q:Which is better Linoleum or tiles?
You can lay tile over linoleum as a short term solution. Eventually the mortar will break down the surface of the linoleum and begin to cause problems. If the subflooring is a concrete slab then just remove the linoleum and adhesive. If the subflooring is wood then just install 1/8 or 1/4 underlayment right over the top. Just remember if you have a dishwasher to remove it and tile underneath it. This will make it easier if the dishwasher ever has to be repaired or replaced.
Q:how much does it cost to istall cermic tile with labor and material?
Tile labor varies a bit from area to area, but you can figure in the $7 a s/f range for basic labor , thin set, grout and 1/2 cement board , which is generally need when installing over the common wood sub floors. Tile isn t figured in this price since a plain , average or discontinued tile can go from $1 a s/f to a very nice tile in that size at 4$ a s/f Extras such as rip out/ disposal and any floor prep isn t included either. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar.. GL
Q:Tiles on the iron out of the traces of how to remove
1, wipe method: for the tile scratches are not serious, you can apply toothpaste, nail polish, etc., with a soft cloth hard rub, the effect should be good. Wipe the tile before wiping clean, so the effect will be better, so that can play the effect of dilute the tiles scratches. 2, smear method: find some and tile color almost paint, smear on the tile. 3, replacement method: If the tile scratches more serious, you can use the new tiles to replace, to ensure that the overall tile beautiful. 4, with oxalic acid to repair tile scratches good effect, the specific method of operation is: with a soft cloth stained with oxalic acid, hard wipe can repair tiles scratches. For the tile scratches more serious, are flawed, and can only be used to polish sandpaper, but do not recommend this method, because this is a great damage to the tile.
Q:dull finish on ceramic tile?
Rise out a sponge, wipe it gently across the surface with one smooth stroke. Flip the sponge over and use the other side for the next stroke. Then rinse the sponge off again and repeat the process until you’ve wiped down the whole area. Resist the temptation to rinse the sponge less often.
Q:What is better for a kitchen floor, vinyl or tile?
I can only answer this according to resale in my area where I live. Tile will up the value of your home here. But...here, we have cold winters, and if you have tile, it had better be heated or the tile will be worthless as they get very cold underfoot. Personally, I like vinyl for the fact that it is warmer underfoot, and it can come in tons of colours/designs/thicknesses. It can be expensive too, so you will have to shop around. Vinyl will mark, but so will tile. Tile will last longer, but be sure it is installed properly. Tile is tougher overall, but you might want to change it after 15 years and it will be cheaper to change vinyl than it will be to change tile. If you choose vinyl, just do not choose the cheapest as it will have more of a tendancy to yellow and tear. Ensure your heavy appliances are on wheels so the vinyl will not tear when you move them for cleaning (done that one before).

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