1.ceramic wall tile, bathroom tile, bathroom wall tile
4.CE & ISO9001
3D ceramic wall tile
Detail product description:
3D ceramic wall tile
waterproof ceramic tile
Available in all designs and colors
Used for wall and floor, widely used in kitchen, bathroom, living room, and so on.
polished / matt finshed
CE & ISO9001, Soncap, Test
Acid-resistant, antibacterial, non-slip, wear-resistant
standard cartons and wooden pallets packing
Within 20 days after received the payment
500 square meters
10000 square meters per day
Interior & exterior floors & walls, inside and outside, bedrooms, hotels, schools, supermarkets and lobbies
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China polished porcelain tile
Porcelain tiles, porcelain polished, floor tiles
Nano finish, matte finish, semi polished
many designs, size, colors
It’s good for hotel lobby flooring, shopping mall, big project etc
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Our products are good quality with reasonable price.
We have CE & ISO9001, SASO for most of our tiles
- Q:Can you successfully paint ceramic tile?
- No....it's not porous so there is nothing for the paint to stick to.
- 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:Bathroom tiles seepage
- You say is the bath water up to it! This is because the water can not flow in time when the water or water from the wall tiles and seepage, the ground tile pavement is empty shop, so the water will go back! If it is water infiltration, it goes without saying that waterproof is not done!
- Q:how do i make my bathroom tiles cleaner?
- If they're a natural rock, like travertine, use Tilex and scrub them with a stiff plastic bristled brush. Use a cloth with hot water and a mild detergent to take up the excess Tilex. Then put down a tile sealer after it's dried. This will keep them from getting dirty again so fast. If they're ceramic and have hard water stains or whatever on them, you can use Tilex for the grout and CLR on the surface. Put a moist cloth down and pour the CLR over it to let it soak for about 15 minutes. The hard water stains should soften and come up easily. BTW - if this is a mildew problem (like in a shower or around a bath tub), don't use bleach. For some reason, even though it kills the mildew initially, it actually fosters the return of the mildew quickly.
- Q:Can you lay ceramic tile on wood flooring?
- Not directly. There are products out there like Tavy Thinskin that say you can do this by applying the Tavy membrane first and then setting tile, but I've seen installations like this fail far too often. Plank floors move too much for an installation like this. They will inevitably crack the tile or the grout. If this is a plank subfloor then you are best to put down 1/4 durock concrete board before tiling. If it's less than about an inch thick, you should lay a sheet of exterior grade plywood and apply a Ditra membrane before laying tile. Concrete board adds no structural value so you need to make sure your subfloor is stiff enough to avoid flexing and causing cracks. If this is an actual finished hardwood floor, it really needs to be ripped out and proper subfloor for tile installed like I laid it out in the last section. There is another easier option but it can get expensive. There is a product out now that is basically a porcelain tile mounted on a plastic grid. You click the grid (and tile) together just like installing a laminate floor and then grout the joints with a flexible urethane gout. This allows the whole installation to float without any actual connection to the floor below. This newer system is greatly improved over the older systems where a tile was mounted on an actual laminate backer board. We had the opportunity to bring the product into our store, but we passed on it due to cost. I'd have to sell it for $8-$10 / SF. The grout isn't cheap either.
- Q:Dongpeng tiles I know more famous, but Dongpeng sanitary ware is their home Well?
- There is ah! Are ceramic products! Foreign Wrigley, Kohler (USA), Lejia (Spain), TOTO (Japanese devils, not recommended to buy).
- Q:How do I repair a cracked tile?
- Try adding some dye to grout to match the color. You will still know the crack is there but nobody else will! You can also use silicone but its harder to work with and doesnt last as long. You may want to experiment with the color by mixing a couple different colors to see which one is the best. Get the dye from a masonry or tile supply house. It is meant for grout. Have fun, Dan
- Q:Outdoor decking with tile?
- In my opinion the installing of tile over a wooden deck will probably not stand the test of time, because no matter how well you water-proof it, moisture will eventually rot out your wooden support, causing the tile to sag, crack, or break. The moisture may not come from the top as it will be absorbed into the wood from below the deck. If you have your heart set on this and you're willing to replace it all one day, I'd waterproof the deck first. There is a marvelous liquid rubber-like liquid called Red guard that can be painted on with a brush- cover it well and don't miss any spots. When dry, screw down some concrete backer board- it comes in 3 by 5 sheets, and you'll probably be better off to use 1/2 inch thick goods, as you need the support and non-flexibility of the thicker goods. If I were doing it, I'd coat this finished installation with Red guard too, and let it dry before you start setting the tile.Make sure to use exterior grade thinset mortar the best quality you can afford, and make sure you get tile suited for exterior applications, because there is a difference. I think the most important thing that should be mentioned is that your deck needs to be very strong to support all this extra weight that will be placed on it-beef it up extra if you intend to do this. Best of luck!!
- Q:Tiling pool bottom for inground pool...? (pool floor tile)?
- Yes, okorder.com/.. Hope this helps!
- Q:Porcelain tile, to leave gap or not?
- You can buy very narrow spacers (1/8) and use unsanded grout. Close spacing (to me) looks better on a wall and floor. You have to use unsanded grout because regular grout can't be pushed between the tiles. You must leave a gap between the tiles - it's the grout that keeps water from getting behind the tiles.
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