Key Specifications of Polished Micro-crystal Stone Porcelain Tile:
Polished Micro-crystal Stone
Great natural stone image and high glossy degree
Both silk printing and ink-jetting product available
Suitable for homes flooring tiles, high grade office buildings, high-grade hotel flooring tiles, government and corporate projects flooring tiles, deluxe clubs flooring and wall tiles
Sizes: 800 x 800mm and 1200 x 600mm
Product features: resistance to fading, staining and discoloration, easy to clean
Package: carton + strong wooden pallet
Transportation: by sea
Package: 3 pcs/Ctn for 800mm
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- Q:How to put on vinyl tiles?
- With all due respect; that wasn't a good idea to begin with. If asked I'd turn down the job. First of all the grout lines should have been considered; and the depression that exists. I'll assume you intend to BUTT each sticky tile to any other. At some pint; some portion of that will come in contact with grout lines. In a normal process of just walking on the vinyl tiles; the grout lines will become evident; under the vinyl. Essentially a glazed ceramic tile is glass; and is not pourous, or even designed to adhere anything to it. For a transition area you could either install more tile first, or fill the transition; perhaps even feathering it? Without knowing the WHERE of the gaps; it may not be aesthetically suitable in any case. To more directly answer your Q; but so much not if favor of stick on anything; I offer this. I do it or suggest it every time. Get a can of contact cement; regular base or water base. Peel the paper from the back of each tile. Brush or roll contact cement to the back of the tile as well as the surface to be covered. Let air dry, then stick, press, and hope. Steven Wolf
- Q:What size trowel for ceramic Tile ?
- Coverage is the most important thing you need.. Although I d NEVER use a mastic on a floor because it s much more expensive I ve always used a thinset (cement based) adhesive.. When setting a tile gently push the tile into the glue w/ a twisting / turning motion.. This sets the tile into the adhesive better.Occasionally lift a tile up by carefully prying up on it and check the coverage on the backing..You ll want approx. an 80% coverage.. A 1/4 x1/4 size trowel will work but by personal choice I ll use a 1/4 x 3/8 deep trowel if it s a hard bodied tile . For a soft bodied tile ( usually have lugs or teats for spacing on the edge ) I ll then put them together and use a 1/4 x 1/4 trowel. Use the RIGHT type of grout for the type of tile your using.. If you are using a mastic I d wash or clean out the grout joint since grouts won t properly bond to a mastic like they will to a cement type adhesive.. GL
- Q:How to install ceramic wall tile?
- 1. remove the old ceramic 2.if no old ceramic and wall is painted try to remove paint making deep scraches 3.measure from floor the higt of tile and make a little mark 4.trace a line using a level across the walls of the bathroom walls 5.screw a ruler under the level line 6.spread glue one of the wall the twice the higt of the tile 7. finished all walls remuve leveled rules,maybe you have to cut the floor line alittle it is ok. 8. seal the spaces betwin each tile. never let exes of glue or sealant dry, clean it wileworking. good luk!
- Q:will tile and hardwood floors go together in an open floor plan?
- I have read several of the answers to your question and I would like to offer the following: Take a piece of the tile to the store with you and look at the contrast or compliment. Look at the thickness of the tile compared to the hardwood. try to get the closet thickness so you do not have a large drop between the floors.Any one can offer decorator ideas but in the end you must like what you see. When you find something you like,buy a box or carton to look at in the area you will use it in and assemble the flooring to get a good idea of how it will look. this way you will either love or hate it but you won't make a mistake.
- Q:repair Vinyl tiles on basement floor?
- You can buy the vinyl tile adhesive used to put down the tiles originally or use the same adhesive even if the tiles were peel stick. You'll need to scrape up the old adhesive though, or the tile will sit a touch higher than the rest and probably come loose again. You can also use contact cement gel. Again a smooth surface is needed. Give both the tile and the floor a generous coat and let the cement dry to the light touch. Then stick the tile down and put a weight on it. That should take care of it.
- Q:Does Home Depot or Lowes cut tiles?
- My Lowes in Chantilly, VA cuts tiles. Just had a couple cut yesterday. They do not want to cut tiles that they did not sell to you though since they cannot replace if the tile cracks or they cut it badly. However, if you assure them that you have spares and won't hold them responsible if the tile cracks or cut is bad they will do for you.
- Q:Should i tile right to the floor?
- You first need to place tile backer board on the sub floor. This step prevents the floor from flexing which will crack the tile in due time. But, to answer your question. Put the tile down first, then place the baseboards up against the wall over the tile. Set tiles 1/4 away from the walls. Do not leave any grout to harden which is not level to the tile near the walls or the baseboards will not lay flat against the tile. Good Luck
- Q:Are tile sealers and grout sealers the same thing?
- There both the same. But I would not use it. It discolors and cracks. Clean spills fast and you wont have to worry.
- Q:White powder residue on Vinyl Tiles?
- Hi, I work in the building trade have had to do basic asbestos awarenesss training.Asbestos was used in floor tiles into the 1970's- But I strongly recommend you look on the Health Safety web site this will give you advice on were to go for help. If in ANY doubt you must check this out urgently, please don'tt put it off- asbestos kills.
- Q:Do tile floors ever feel clean?
- They may be made like that so you don't slip on them. Smooth tiles are dangerous and many women have broken hips on them. So they started adding a roughing to the finish to make them safer. This may be what you are dealing with. Sorry.. Its not dirty, its being safe.
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