STOCK OFFER Polished Porcelain Tile CMAX 0341

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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%< p="">

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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  • Asia

  • Australasia

  • Central/South America

  • Eastern Europe

  • Mid East/Africa

  • North America

  • Western Europe

     

     

 

 

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Q:Kitchen Sink Tile Backsplash ?
tiling directly to plywood is not recommended for 2 reasons. the first is that specific products must be used to guarantee its adhesion to the surface and the second is that you would have the thickness of the plywood showing at the edges. it would look odd and incomplete. just pick some tile you like from lowes, home depot or you local tile distributor (which offers better quality tile than home depot or lowes, and usually at just as comparable prices) and adhere them to the wall with either mastic or thinset. mastic should only be used for ceramic tiles under 6 inches and not for glass tiles or marble. your best bet is just to buy thinset. ultraflex II from lowes is a good product. a tumbled marble on a diagonal with stone accent pieces placed throughout would look nice and not break the bank, since your backsplash space isn't more than 15 square feet. mosaic tiles would look nice as well and wouldn't be too costly. the great thing about such a small backsplash space is that you can splurge on the tiles that range from $3-$10 a foot if you want. a 4x4 or 6x6 ceramic tile in your preferred color would look nice on a brick pattern if you aren't into the tumbled marble. i'm including some links to some backsplash pictures. the 1st couple are specifically tumbled marbled designs and the last couple are just other different options. good luck!
Q:Help with tile installation 5 *?
well your home must surely have some kind of foundation I put tile floors in wood framed homes all the time you just need to be sure to have a strong enough subfloor without deflection for a lasting job I prefer the joists have 3/4 tongue and groove plywood as the first layer the old 3/4 x 6 boards work fine if its not 3/4 plywood, just be sure to screw them tight to the joists then a layer of 1/2 BC grade plywood, the cheaper CDX grade will have unwanted voids then a 1/4 cement based tile backer mortared and nailed to the floor then tile on top of that set with mortar the new schluter ditra subfloor system claims it will be enough over just one layer of 3/4 plywood for any tile install but I have not used the product yet
Q:Replacing vinyl tile squares?
Get the biggest hammer you can find, the biggest screw driver, the biggest pry bar and just before your hubby gets home place them on the floor and act like your getting ready to go at it, I bet it won't be long before you can watch how its done :) My mother would do this and it worked ever time.
Q:What does it mean to prep a floor before laying tile?
You need to put down rock board before the tile, unless it is a cement floor then you need to make sure it is clean and level. If it isn't level you can purchase some leveling material to pour and smooth over the floor. As for hardwood? There is an underlayment for hardwood, you can use the manufacturers product or just use 30lb felt paper (roofing felt)
Q:What is the best size tiles for bathroom?
If the tiles fit the area then 12x12 are fine. I used 12 tiles for my bathroom remodel and it turned out fine. You need to figure out how much cutting is involved. Get graph paper and see how it looks. Mine fit fine since it was divisable by 12.
Q:An 8in by 8in area is covered with with 1in square tiles. Two of the 64 tiles turn out to by faulty.?
Break down the titles into 3 categories: - Corner tiles (there are 4) - Outer tiles that aren't corner tiles (there are 6*4=24) - The rest, on the inside (there are 6*6 = 36) If a tile is on a corner, there are only 2 possible other squares in the grid that it can share an edge with. If the tile is in the second category, there are 3. And if the tile is somewhere in the middle, there are 4 neighboring tiles it could share an edge with. The total probability that two random tiles share an edge is: ( P(tile is a corner tile)*(2/63) + P(tile is on end)*(3/63) + P(tile is in middle)*(4/63) ) / 2. We have to divide by 2 because we're counting each pair twice. So this is: ((4/64)(2/63) + (24/64)(3/63) + (36/64)(4/63)) / 2 = (8 + 72 + 144) / 2(64*63) = 112/4032 = 0.027777... EDIT: Right after I first posted this I noticed that the user above me got the same answer unsing a different method. I like his method better, but it would seem to be that the total number of unique pairs on the grid is not 64*63, but 64*63/2 because there are two different ways you can pick tiles to make the same pair (depends on which order you pick them in). So maybe the answer is 112 / 2016 and I missed something in my reasoning!
Q:Bathroom tiling.?
You should start from the tub up. so you have a nice finished edge where it meets the tub. You start from the center of the long wall so that the cuts on each end are the same. On the short walls you start from the outside so that once agin you have a clean factory edge. Normally you don't have to seal bathroom tiles they have a gloss finish, right? You do have to grout them however, the tiling department at Home Depot will have a few choices, in many colours. Pick one that matches your tiling job, and the paint colour. Read the grouting instructions a couple of times. Be careful when mixing grout, a little water at a time!
Q:How to paste tiles better
Paste Tile Method In a large area kitchen or open kitchen, you can only hang the cabinet below the console above the space, so that both to meet the functional needs, there are more changes. The combination of basic paving methods. The most common paving method is the tile to the straight shop, the rectangular wall can be vertical or playing the horizontal shop, slanting is also a usual skill, the effect is very good, but only applies to square tiles, some people like to tile the wrong Come, into a special word pattern. Straight and oblique methods are often used together. Decorative lines and pieces of embellishment. General space wall only use a decorative line, arranged in the ground from 0.8 meters to 1 meter position, also known as waist line. Waist line is best not to break. Can also use the two waist lines, arranged in the ground from the ground with 0.4 meters with 2 meters position, if you want to pave more waist, you should choose the thickness, different styles, or too cumbersome. Flowers are usually the finishing touch of the role, the use of the wall above the waist of the eye. It is not in the fine, can be regularly distributed in each wall one or two pieces.
Q:how to measure the bathroom for tiles?
If you are using large 1ft square tiles, and your friend did a bad job on the the mosaic tiles I wouldn't suggest doing it. The weight of the tiles may loosen the the smaller tiles causing the larger tiles to fall. This could be dangerous in a shower or bathtub area. The tiles may shatter leaving sharp little shards of tile everywhere, including in the flesh of anyone nearby. I was going to put 16 x 16 tiles in my shower area, and a contractor said I better be sure the wall above the shower is secure because if one came loose and hit me in the head it would not be good. I went with little 1 x 1 tiles on the ceiling with larger tiles on the wall. Whatever you put up is only going to be as secure as what's behind it. Just my opinion, but for safeties sake, I would remove the old tile and start over. Remember, there is never enough time or money to do it right the first time, but there is ALWAYS enough time and money to do it over!!!
Q:Cover a tile backsplash?
In the end, you will not be happy with anything less than removing the tiles, repairing the wall, and installing a tile back splash you like. Anything else would not be appealing, nor would it last. This could easily be a weekend project and is well worth the effort, if not just for the resale value.

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