Patchwork Tiles

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Product Description:

 

1. ceramics tiles 600x600MM.

 

2. Best Quality with best price.

 

patchwork tiles        

 

1.many size:

 

Wall Tiles: 200x300MM,250x400mm,300x300mm,150x150mm,200x200,300x450mm, 300X600mm  

 

Floor Tiles: 200x200, 300x300, 400x400, 450x450, 500x500, 600x600mm,800*800MM,1000*1000MM

 

Border tile sizes: 200x70/80, 250x60/70/80, 300x60/70/80/90/100, 450x60/70/80/90/100mm

 

2.produce tiles 30 years

 

3.Delivery Time: Within 10-30 days after receive deposit.

 

4.different sizes,same design and color---OK

 

5.same size,different design and color----OK  

 

 6. Glossy/shinny, matt, rustic and water proof , polished porcelain are ok

 

7. Standard Carton or Foam box; Need wooden pallet or not as you.

 

if your are interested in this product ,pls contact us.Also we can arrange production according to customer's sample.

 

Our mainly market is Mid-East, South-America, Asia, Africa and so on. We already win a good reputation around the world.

 

Sincerely looking forward to cooperate with you. Thanks! 

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Q:Tile backsplash?
a lot of different types of tiles are mounted on a mesh backing. they are usually small tiles on 12x12 sheets or oblong design pieces used as a border or transition. if you saw sheets or tile with a mesh backing that had a piece of paper that peeled off, then chances are it's glass tile. the mesh goes toward the wall and paper peeled off after installation. glass tiles are the only tiles i've seen with the paper layer on them. they can be rather pricey--usually between $20-35 per foot. check with your local tile distributor and look at their selection of glass tiles and see what else they might off that catches your fancy. :) good luck!
Q:Bleach stains on my tiles?
I don't know what type of tiles you have, but if it doesn't have a glazed finish, you may not be able to do much about it. Travertine is a popular natural limestone that is very popular these days and is frequently used in bathrooms. The only drawback is that it is a soft and porous material, so it is much easier to damage that a glazed tile or a natural polished marble. The good news is that it is relatively inexpensive and easy to replace. Call a good tile man and get a quote to refinish and a quote to replace the damaged pieces.
Q:My tile constantly cracks?
1. If there are cracks under the tile, the cracks will just keep happening. 2. I have had success in fixing this problem by using a rubberized carpet cement rather than the unforgiving thinset. The adhesive stretches rather than the tile cracking.
Q:White Kitchen cabinets and tiles??
Anything really I would make a suggestion that you dont use white because if its a floor tile you will spend alot of time keeping them clean... I would suggest something in natural stone or something that looks like natural stone.. its more traditional... but almost any color can go with white its just a matter of your decor and your prefrence another thing is trying to relate your floor to your countertop can help
Q:What to do once I remove wall tile ?
If the tiles are on a villa board just rip it off the studs and take out any nails or screws so the drywall can just be fixed straight onto the studs. First you have to knock one of the tiles off, since that walls is being redone this won't upset the apple cart. Just be care when taking off the tile, because I was doing the same things years ago and I hit a tile with a hammer and it shattered sending bits of razor sharp tile fly one cutting my arm, wear eye protection and put something like a towel over the tile so it won't fly everywhere. Once you've knock off a tile if there's board behind it you're in luck, just continue doing as you got the first tile off and clear the studs of anything that will get in the way of the sheetrock. If not you'll need to batten the wall out to take the sheetrock as your contractor said Well depending on what you intend to do with the wall, will you re-tile? If you intend to re-tile just use a chisel and carefully knock them off the wall taking as much of the tile mortar off as you can, it doesn't matter if there's a little unevenness, but you can't have high spots all over the wall, because if you re-tile the high spot will cause the tile to ride on ithe high spots making it hard to tile, if it's just a little the tile compound/mortar will even out around it during tiling. I'd take anything higher than 1/8 off using a Scutch Hammer. ...
Q:Question About Ceramic Tile?
My okorder.com for info on that one. We did that years ago....and it works for a while. It is not a permanent solution however. I remember we had to clean it really good with TSP rinse, then sand it clean again with TSP rinse let dry, and then using I think an enamel paint to paint it. That takes awhile to dry too like a few days, and re-coat it. And let that dry for about 4 more days...It did work for a few months or longer as I remember....but we ultimately tore it out and re did the tile.
Q:How to pull up tile to save money on cost to install new tile?
difficulty would be beginner,, its easy , can be time consuming depending on mortar under tile.. a good strong scraper will take up the old tile.. even a spade will make it easy.. the hard part is making sure the floor under the tile is level and smooth before putting more tile down.. just have to scrape at it and it will come off.. as far as replacement tile.. if you are in ontario ,, home depot has pretty good ceramic on sale right now for 59 cents a square foot.. its pretty nice tile too.. have used it.. if your anywhere else.. the big box stores always have a sale of some kind on
Q:Cracked Tile!?
the slab may have cracked under the tiles the proper coverage of thinset may not have been used under the tiles too little of a thinset notch or using too stiff of a thinset may have contributed to fix the two tiles, use a grout scraper (available at a hardware store) and scrape the grout out around the offending tiles, use a hammer and chisel, or screwdriver and pop out the cracked tiles, scrape the thinset off the concrete slab, if any, and set two uncracked tiles in their place. make sure when you make up your thinset that you make it up a nice consistency between runny and stiff. it should be thick and sticky like peanut butter. grout the tiles.
Q:Linoleum Self-stick Tiles?
You will need a sound subfloor. If you are working with a wood subfloor, just clean it up after pulling the carpet and tack strips. If you are working with a basement, you have to be concerned about moisture coming up through the concrete. That will lift your tiles very quickly. You might be able to seal the concrete and they can tell you that at a flooring store. The tiles are easy to put down, but you want follow good procedure for making them straight and neat. Lots of websites showing how to do that. I have seen some great new tile products that look like ceramic tile or other natural products. Some use a lock down seam to avoid the problem of the tiles moving apart and showing a gap.
Q:Ceramic tile over concrete skab?
Any rocking means the tile is hitting either a high spot or there is a low spot. Low spots can be dealt with the thin set. As long as its less than a 1/4. High spots usually needs to be ground down flat. So to answer your question , for ease of installation and the prevention of cracked tiles at a later date, floors need to be as flat as possible. If you have minor rocking with no thin set down, in some cases a larger sized trowel will do the trick. Each case is different and has to be dealt with differently. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
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