Porcelain tile CMAX 6705

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Specifications of Porcelain Tile

1.Polished porcelain tile

2.Great natural stone image and high glossy degree

3.Water absorption:<0.5%

4.Sizes: 600 x 600mm or 800 x 800mm

6.Product features: resistance to fading, staining and discoloration, easy to clean

7.Package: carton + strong wooden pallet

8.Transportation: by sea

9.Package: 4 pcs/Ctn for 600mm; 3 pcs/Ctn for 800mm


Applications of Porcelain Tile

1.Suitable for homes flooring tiles

2.high grade office buildings

3. high-grade hotel flooring tiles,

4.government and corporate projects flooring tiles

5.deluxe clubs flooring and wall tiles


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  • Australasia

  • Central/South America

  • Eastern Europe

  • Mid East/Africa

  • North America

  • Western Europe

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Q:Starting a Tiling Business?
Hi okorder.com
Q:How to cut vent hole in floor tile?
Masonry blade on a skill saw or a grinder. It'll make some noise and a lot of dust, but it will cut the tile.
Q:How to tile a shower?
Tile looks great but is a real problem to keep mildew free. We lived in Houston for 20 years and had a tiled shower, it was a constant battle. We now have a cultured marble shower. Mildew is not a problem. I would not have any other type of shower. It is always clean and just a little spray with one of those new spray products and there is no soap scum to deal with either. It is less likely to have leak problems as well. If you are going to live in the house for a while, go with the cultured marble.
Q:Help finding remnant glazed porcelain tiles.?
Find where the tile was bought 1st.. Many big box stores will private label name brand tiles ( and many products) so you can t cross shop them..After 4 years I won t give you much of a chance to find them ..sorry... Styles change along w/ technology and they switch things to change w/ the times.It may be still available but chances are slim..Is it in a place that some sort of mosaic can be used as a decoration? Or maybe a good rug? Start w/ the big box stores but don t waste to much gas chances are slim .. I wish you luck ..
Q:paint tiles need help cant re tile?
I think painted tiles always look a bit dodgy, unless you really really carefully paint each individual tile and not the grout (which is a PAIN). You can get tile decals though to stick over them, which although not as nice as retiling usually looks ok.
Q:Tile TV wall is good
Personal aesthetic is not the same, if you like to use, but the best tile on the wall first with cement to the wall leveling, and then coated with a special adhesive tile, do not directly use the cement and sand shop, a long time will be empty off The From the perspective of construction wallpaper is still more convenient.
Q:What can I expect behind the tiles?
Well, if you have a little experience, all u have to do is chisel off the tile, then just cut out the wall behind the tile too because it is either cement board, or it will have way too much glue behind it to even bother getting it all off. After the tile is gone, just cut a nice straight line and replace the wall behind the tile. You should more than likely need 1/2 inch drywall depending on the thickness or your original wall. Its not hard at all to do, so just grab a claw hammer and a chisel and have at it. The removal should only take an hour or 2 depending on the size of the room, and from there its all downhill. If you need help on doing the actual drywall, drop me a email and i'd be glad to help! Have at it, just make sure when knocking out the old wall not to hit any pipes!! Hope this helped! Good luck with your project!!!
Q:problem with my floor tile?
Are you talking about vinyl tile? If so, the old tile is probably discolored from age, and ware. There's nothing you can do about that, but you can take another old tile from a place that's not noticeable, like under a piece of furniture, and put it where you put the new one, then put the new one in the place where you removed the old one from, and it's not to noticeable. If you're talking about ceramic or clay tile, there may be a way to refinish the old ones to make them look new, but you'd have to check with a tile place to find out.
Q:I want to tile my bathroom walls. Can I tile directly over the painted sheetrock?
Since you didn't specifically state in a shower/tub area, the simple answer to a Can I? question is, Certainly My usual answer is, But you may be dissatisfied. With no offense to others; TILE is a very acceptable, industry standard. Obviously in a FORUM sense, exercising our Ammendment rights, we all have opinions. In a new construction or a re-hab I'd use concrete backer board (brand names aside) in a shower/tub area, and GREEN BOARD elsewhere. Sadly that isn't always the case in Tract housing. Floor Tile: Variances in thickness isn't an uncommon issue, given the process and material, but you can expect usual floor tile to be 1/4 to 3/8 thick. 3/8 being the heavy end of the variation. The issue is a bit more than the thickness however. Floor tile; decent or not is graded not in thickness, but in durabilty ratings, most dependant on Firing the tile in the first place. IE: #1 being the least durable...#4 or 5, being the most durable. Anyone who knows and sells tile should be able to advise that about a selection you make, and perhaps the vendor will even openly advertise it. Finally...Will the wall tile Hold up on the floor. In my bathroom it will, because I created a Grotto using Floor tiles in my shower area. Certainly even the highest rated Ceramic, glazed over tile, can chip if you dropped a Hair dryer on it, and depending on the surface color/finish, OVER the base clay color, you might find that a beautiful gray marbleized surface shows RED clay under? Porcelain tiles, often are finished through the entire thickness of the tile, but all of this suggestion largely depends on your research in attaining satisfaction. Steven Wolf thousands of sq. ft. of tile
Q:How to fix loose roof tiles?
If they are the newer cement tiles, I would try a small cement drill, about the size of a 16 penny nail. Try to gently drill a hole in the tile where you want to nail it to the roof. Or use screws that don't rust. Don't nail or screw down to the tile, that will break it. You just want the nail to hold the tile in position. If they are the older mission tiles, made of clay, the same might work. But they are very brittle and may need a wood support shaped the same as the tile to put under before drilling.................JJJ

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