MICROCRYATAL MEDELLION FLOWER-1

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Tile Type

Micro-Crystal Polished Porcelain Tile

Certificate

ISO13006, ISO9001

Finish

Nano Finish

Size

Based on the actural requirement.

Other Choices

many designs, colors available

Features:

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

2) Used for indoor & outdoor wall and floordecorations, as well as Stair Case Product;

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

4) Material: glazed porcelain

5) Customized sizes available according to clients’ requirements

6) Available dimensions

Material

Porcelain

Dimension

Based on the actural requirement.

Packing

Carton + Wooden Pallets

Finish

Glossy, over 90 degree.

Usage

Floor and wall

The micro crystal polished porcelain tile is widely used for interiorhouse flooring, hotel lobby flooring, wall as well as luxury sites fordecoration.

Vivid stone texture and vein bring our decoration the naturalstone beauty with much lower cost, easier quality control and easier decorationproceeding.

Advanced glass-glazing technology to make sure the tile surfacebeauty vivid and clean, via ink-jetting printing.

We could go with OEM model, making 2nd production basedon clients requirement;

We could offer flexible service on shipment and better supporton payment term;

Our quality guarantee is based on the strict productionprocedure, quality controlling on the shade, straightness as well as whitedegree.

Specification and technologyinformation:

·        NANO polished

·        Water absorption:<0.1%

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

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Q:Can you stick vinyl tiles onto bathroom tiles?
You mean over already-down vinyl tiles? Yes. Over ceramic tiles? No.
Q:Do I need to lay backerboard before I lay tile?
Ceramic Tile Backerboards There are many types of backerboard products suitable for use with ceramic tile. We will focus on two of the more popular products: 1/2 thick, water resistant greenboard sheetrock and cementitious type ceramic tile backerboards (recommended). Subfloors We recommend that 1/4 or 1/2 thick cementitious ceramic tile backerboards be installed as an underlayment over wood subfloors. The exterior grade plywood should be at least 1-1/8 thick (5/8 minimum) in order to provide for a structurally solid, movement free foundation. In addition, the space between the joists should not exceed 16 on center. In any case, the maximum allowable concentrated deflection of your subfloor may not exceed L/360 of the span. Install backerboard using a non-modified thinset mortar and 1-1/4 screws or nails. The diy network website is a great place to go to find information about any home improvement projects....good luck!
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:Tips for installing porcelain tile on stairs?
It can be done, but the trick is in using the proper setting materials and grout. For starters, you'll need an epoxy thinset. These are industrial grade-- not available at the local home center-- and can be difficult to trowel due to the fact that they set up quickly. You'll want to mix it in small doses so that you can set tile before it cures. Wear rubber gloves, too, as you'll hate to find out the hard way that you have an epoxy allergy. Plus, the stuff's super tacky and gets on but not off just about everything you'll touch. I'd recommend porcelain tiles, as they are stronger than most. But here's the rub: you want an abraded surface porcelain or you and yours will be slipping down to the next level of your home. Then, you definitely want to use at minimum an epoxy grout between your tiles. Allows for flexibility. Better yet, you should use a 100% silicone as grout. You can get these in colors-- they're not all clear. You'll be using that same silicone to create soft joints on the coves (where the riser meets the stairs-- vertical to horizontal), as well. The vertical risers move independently from the horizontal stairs, and a rigid, hard joint here will definitely cause cracking. The best thing you can do is stop by a local tile distributor. They sell primarily to the commercial trade, but most have showrooms and are open to the public. Ask the manager there about your application. If he can't help, he can call one of his suppliers (a guy like me) who can walk you through it.
Q:When to use sheetrock for tile?
You never use a sheetrock to do tile. Only as a normal wall covering to be painted in a non wet area such as a back splash or a wainscot. Then that you can tile over. You may have used a product ( or one similar) called Denshield. This is a 1/2 special backer board you can use on floors and you work with it just like a sheet rock. because it was a light weight fiberglass impregnated gypsum board. Just like the 1/2 cement board you could use it on floors and wall where moisture is present and you installed it in a thinset bed of mortar prior to nailing it down. Sheet rock is a general term for dry wall, used for regular walls to be painted. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Q:Floor Tiling?
let the first slot be filled with a tile covering the whole breadth. then the remaining slots can be filled in f(n-1) ways. again if the first slot be covered in 1ft /3ft way then the remaining slots may be filled in f(n-3) ways. so in my opinion f(n)=f(n-1)+f(n-3)
Q:Starting kitchen wall tile?
you need spacers...( couple $'s a bag, only 1 bag needed..)You need to grout the tile after applying to the wall, wait 24 hrs or as the mortor says....I would recommend a grout sealer- they can be brush on or spray on..the grout will collect dust, grease and be a nightmare to clean ... in bathrooms you normally put backerboard before tile( it is made of concrete and keeps the water from penetrating to the drywall...imagine having to rip out the dryway and re do it....If they are simple sq tiles, no pattern involved, then you can start at the edge/ end...if you want the corners to be 2 perfect sqs meeting- that is where you should start- then you won't have a cut piece butting up to an uncut or two cuts meeting (this is what sounds right for your project) ...you can use the backsplash as a base---to support the tile as it dries. Use painters blue tape to help hold it to the wall until then....do one row all along the backsplash using the backsplash as support and a small piece of tape securing it to the wall until the mortor takes hold..remove the tape to start on the next row up and secure with tape as before....continue until done. Use spacers 1/4 to keep things straight...use a level to get 1st row straight, snap chalk line/ draw line... PLEASE- double check your thinset to be sure it is recommended for your size tile and for wall use...the premixed stuff has a tendency to shrink up as it dries (and it stays wet for a VERY long time esp in high humidity/ moist areas)...causing your tile to come free from the surface it is attatched to... I would get a small bag of the real, mix it yourself mortor- it is concrete and dries as such... I have used the premixed stuff and had terrible results. Have fun!
Q:Remove/Seal Old Tile Glue in Kitchen?
Heat sections with a propane torch and remove with a scraper or putty knife. After removal, buy some floor leveller and use as directed. No sealant required. Your new floor and the adhesive you choose will seal just fine.
Q:What kind of tile is good for baking?
Unglazed quarry tile is what is recommended for baking on. That's all you need to know. Don't use any other kind in the oven. You could look around for a cheaper baking stone. Try Wal-mart.
Q:Ceramic Tile, Floor vs Wall?
Sounds like your floor is going to look like grandma's quilt. You sure you don't want to use wood or wood-laminate instead?

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