Polished Porcelain Tiles 600MM Black And White Color From China

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Advantages of  Full Polished Porcelain Tile:

 

The porcelain polished floor tiles are non-slip and easy clean and with natural veins.

The porcelain polished tiles are hardness, which are resistant to acid and alkali, waterproof, wear resistance, dirt resistacne.

Good for indoor wall and floor decorations. Elegance, promote your decorate style. 

The porcelain polished tiles with high quality are ideal for creating a beautiful feel in Hotel, House, Supermarket, Shopping Mall, etc

The porcelain polished tiles ,water absorption rate :<0.1%.

Many colors can be chosen.

The porceline tiles have 600*600,800*800 sizes, special sizes available according to request.

CE: GB/T19001-2008¬¬—ISO9001:2008 

This is the best tile for hotel lobby flooring, airport, big project etc..

We have many different color and different design in this series. Please kindly check our website.

It's good for house flooring, super market, shopping mall, warehouse flooring, etc..

Our price is very competitive, and very good quality.

We have many certificates of our tiles

 

 

Polished Porcelain Tiles 600MM Black And White Color From China

Polished Porcelain Tiles 600MM Black And White Color From China

Polished Porcelain Tiles 600MM Black And White Color From China

Polished Porcelain Tiles 600MM Black And White Color From China

 

 

 Advantages of  Full Polished Porcelain Tile:

 

The porcelain polished floor tiles are non-slip and easy clean and with natural veins.

The porcelain polished tiles are hardness, which are resistant to acid and alkali, waterproof, wear resistance, dirt resistacne.

Good for indoor wall and floor decorations. Elegance, promote your decorate style. 

The porcelain polished tiles with high quality are ideal for creating a beautiful feel in Hotel, House, Supermarket, Shopping Mall, etc

The porcelain polished tiles ,water absorption rate :<0.1%.

Many colors can be chosen.

The porceline tiles have 600*600,800*800 sizes, special sizes available according to request.

CE: GB/T19001-2008¬¬—ISO9001:2008 

This is the best tile for hotel lobby flooring, airport, big project etc..

We have many different color and different design in this series. Please kindly check our website.

It's good for house flooring, super market, shopping mall, warehouse flooring, etc..

Our price is very competitive, and very good quality.

We have many certificates of our tiles

 

 

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Q:Tiles broken with hole in the wall?
If I understand the problem correctly, it sounds like you have water damage inside you wall. You first need to find out what caused that damage. If you repair the wall without finding the water leak, it will happen again. If the area was dry rot and it didn't sem like there was currently water there, then it is likely safe to fix. Carefully remove tiles until you no longer see any water damage to the wood. I'm not sure what wood is there. If its plywood, replace it with a like thickness (most of the time today, they use drywall, but its a special kind that is usually green that's made for bathrooms and moist areas). Before replacing the tiles, clean them up and remove any old grout from the edges. Be careful as the tile are very brittle and break easy. There are a number of bathroom tile type caulks that can adhere the tile to the wood. I suggest going to somewhere like Lowe's or Home Depot or a similar store and ask someone in the plumbing dept or the paint dept what kind of caulk to use to attach tile to wood. Apply the tile to the wall using the caulk. Now you need to re-grout the seams. Buy grout and apply it in all the seams. Let it completely dry (read the box but most say at least 24 to 48 hrs to completely cure) then after its cured, apply grout sealer over the top of the grout seams.
Q:I dropped a hammer on my ceramic tile floor!!?
Got any tiles left over from the job? You can (carefully!) chip the old tile out in pieces with a hammer and a chisel, (VERY carefully!) chip out the grout between the broken tile and the ones next to it. and chip out the cement under the broken tile until you're down to the backer board. Once that's done, clean out all the chips, dust, etc, and chip out the cement that you missed. Clean again, check for still more cement (it's persistent stuff), until the area is clean. Set the spare tile down in the space to make sure it fits OK. It should set below the level of the other tiles. If not, you missed some cement. Go back to step B. Finally, you're ready. Mix some tile cement, dump a glop in the center of the cleared area, spread it around, and use a tile trowel if you have one to spread it and groove the cement. The grooves let you spread the cement and give it some extra area to fasten to the back of the tile. Put the tile in place, wiggle it around and move it until you like where it's sitting, wipe up any cement that oozed up around the sides, and don't walk on it for 2 days. Finally, mix up some grout, spread it into the seams, wipe it off the tiles around the seams, and don't walk on it for another day. Seal the seams, and carry your hammer carefully from now on.
Q:how to create a wet bed for tiles?
What is the sub floor made of??
Q:I need to put the tiles on the floor in the bathroom.Explain in detail how to?
If the bathroom has timber floor boards with a covering on top remove any plastic tiles or old carpets and lay thin plywood on top screwed down to the floorboards as a solid base for the new tiles (you omit this if the bathroom has a concrete floor) then either buy some floor tiles adhesive (for plastic tiles) or mix some tile cement (for ceramic tiles) spread the adhesive /tile cement on the floor base using a slotted trowel that applies the adhesive/cement in rows, then follow the adhesive/cement makers instructions to leave for a period - then lay the plastic tiles edges butting or ceramic tiles with plastic spacers to allow for the grout to be added between the tiles, start from the back working obviously towards the door. You can unscrew the toilet pan and slide tiles underneath likewise the bathtub panels remove to fit the tiles underneath (note you will have to trim the bathtub panel so it can be re fitted over the tiles, you may wish to tile up to baseboards (skirting UK) or remove them and tile underneath. As you can see this job is quite involved -do you have good diy skills? Otherwise leave to a pro to tile it for you maybe you can buy the tiles and he lays them?
Q:Removing carpet and installing tile?
You can put the peel stick tile directlt to the wood floor, but for the ceramic tile you'll first need to put down, with screws, a cement board called Duro-Rock, These come in 3x5 ft. pieces. You also need Thin-Set and fiberglass tape. The fg tape has a sticky side so it sticks right to the Duro-Rock. Run a thin coat of Thin-Set over the tape and allow to dry. Ceramic tile can be put down with Thin-Set also.
Q:tiling and gouting bathroom?
bathing room tiles are farley low-cost and easy to position in. i'd not paint them, that seems truly tacky to me. i'd propose in basic terms replacing all of them. no matter if that's the bathtub encompass area you're talking about my company replaces all of that for $650 such because the hardi board behind the tile. that is truly major once you've had some lacking tiles or cracked tiles because moisture receives behind there and motives mould. when you're talking about portray floor tile i'd also propose in basic terms replacing all of it. Tiling isn't that puzzling extraordinarily in a rest room considering that its so small. i'd say splurge slightly and get new tile. it is going to a great deal improve the look of your bathing room. And dont be afraid to flow with tiles in sizes along with 13x13 on walls and 20x20 on flooring. It truly makes the realm look larger.
Q:can wood flooring be installed over ceramic tile?
Floating Floor Over Tile
Q:Laying Tile Flooring??
firstly don't use ceramic tiles on a wooden floor, you will need to do a lot of preparation before doing so. right, concrete floors, basically you find the centre of the room by measuring off the same wall twice, once along each return wall, ping a chalk line across the two marks. repeat in the other direction. you will end up with a large cross. use each corner of the cross as a starting point. the reason for this is that when you reach the walls your cut tiles will be even.. bin tilin' for 10 years. good luck ps don't knock up more adhesive or grout than you can use within approx. 1 hour. its easier and cheaper to knock up small quantities than wasting a load 'cause you've knocked up to much. oh and don't bury your spacers leave them sticking up after about an hour remove and re-use. when left in they can sometimes be difficult to cover with grout.
Q:Porcelain tile uniformity concerns?
I'm not sure what you're looking at but all the porcelain tiles I've seen are square. All square. Very square. There should be no uniformity issues whatsoever. Go to a home improvement store and take a look. The tile type really has very little effect on spacing. However if you want 24 tiles I would suggest 1/4 grout lines at least. It will be extremely difficult to maintain a straight even grout line If you go 1/8. Imagine, if for some reason one tile was out of square a little or slightly offline (which does happen) the grout line would disappear completely. The grout would also be more likely to break if there was any movement in the floor. If you insist on 1/8 spacing, it can be done, but the results will be almost definitely poor.
Q:wood floors vs tile floors?
I think wood in a kitchen is a nightmare. Go with tile for cleaning. I would also use the smallest grout line possible.

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