Sunshine 600x600mm Polished Porcelain Vitrified Tiles With Price 6010

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Type:

Tiles

Place of Origin:

Guangdong China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

Sunshine

Model Number:

6010

Size:

600 x 600mm,800 x 800mm

Material:

Porcelain Tiles

Usage:

Interior Tiles

Function:

Antibacterial,Non-Slip

Surface Treatment:

Polished Tiles

Technique:

Vitrified Tiles

Tile Type:

Floor Tiles

Color:

beige ,black ,white

Thickness:

9.5mm

Water absorbtion:

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Design:

Various

Type details:

Polished Porcelain Vitrified Tiles With Price

Delivery time:

Quick ,on time

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:White carton with wooden pallet with fumigation in 20'GP container
Delivery Detail:15-25 days after receiving deposit

  Product Description

 

 

DESCRIPTION

 WATER ABSORPTION

    PC/CTN

KGS/CTN

M2/CTN

MINIMUM ORDER QUANTITY 

CTNS 

        M2

      G.W.(KGS)

Vitrified Tiles With Price   600X600X9.5mm

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27440.00

 

 

Product Types:

1. Spot Feeder Porcelain Floor Tiles Series,

2. Micro Powder Porcelain Floor Tiles Series,

3. Unpolished Salt and Pepper Porcelain Floor Tiles Series,

4. Polished Salt and Pepper Porcelain Floor Tiles Series, 

 

 

The Advantage of  Vitrified Tiles with price:

1.No Radioactivity.

2.No color difference.

3.Low water absorption.

4.Resistence to bending strength.

5.Resistence to fading ,discoloration.

6.Glazed surface ,top grade quality.

7. Equipment from German and Italy.

8.It is good for house decoration of interior flooring and wall tile bulding materil , kitchen wall tile building materils ,bathroom wall tiles build material ,Balcony ,super market ,house design ,shopping mall ,warehouse construction material

 

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Q:Porcelain tile cleaning help, please...?
I am going to assume that the grout has been sealed. If your tile installer did not seal the grout you should demand he come back and finish the job. It is a must. After the grout has been sealed, any type of cleaner that has any type of acid in it will strip out the sealer. Your tile and grout will be clean of everything including sealer. Which means you will have to do it again. So, first off I use and recommend StoneTech Professional Impregnator Pro. Some sealers sit on the surface of the grout and are apt to peel off. Impregnators actually penetrate the grout and seal it from within. Second, I use and recommend StoneTech Professional All Purpose Stone and Tile Cleaner. It operates like any other cleaner. Dilute it in warm water as per instructions and it both cleans the tile and grout and will not interfere with the sealer. To keep up with the sealing, I believe StoneTech recommends re-sealing every 3-5 years. This is purely a guideline. You'll know it's time to re-seal when, as your mopping or getting out of the shower and the floor gets wet, the grout will change color. This means that the sealer has worn out and the grout is getting wet.
Q:Replacing bathroom floor tiles?
Make shore to remove all thinset from floor before installing new tile
Q:Cleaning groutingon tiled floor?
There is fairly new cleaning technology out that uses peroxide based cleaners, which do an excellent job if used on a regular basis. I have only seen it in the commercial sector so far, but it replaces alot of the cleaning supplies used for numerous tasks. Hopefully it will soon come out for residential use. The biggest upside? It is 100% environmentally safe. Go to a custodial supply distributor to see if they carry some. Spartan Chemical has a product called Clean by Peroxy.
Q:How to maintain shower tiles?
eww... think of all the soap scum and mold that will grow in the nooks and crannies of the tiles. you'll need to clean a lot to keep it under control.
Q:any advise about linoleum tiles?
I think you're talking about Peel and Stick Tiles? If so, I'm not sure I'd use them in your kitchen unless you are an extremely clean person. I used Peel and Stick tiles in a rental house we own. The tenant got so much grease under the tiles by the oven that the tiles came unglued and were sliding around. Spaces of the old floor were showing between the tiles, and the spaces between were filthy. These tiles came up really easily, but the tiles in the rest of the kitchen were extremely hard to remove. It took days of work with a screw driver to peel those off. After I had removed all the tiles, I couldn't get any more Peel and Stick tiles to stick to the floor no matter how much I cleaned it. We finally used Vinyl Sheet flooring. (The stuff that is one large piece of vinyl.) We figured that the vinyl sheet doesn't have to be glued down and there aren't any individual tiles to pull apart from each other. The vinyl sheet flooring is still inexpensive. You can get it at some Big Box stores. It's a little tricky to lay the vinyl. We made a template using pages from a magazine. We taped them together, then moved the template carefully to the vinyl sheet. We then cut the sheet and moved the flooring to the kitchen. This worked, and I think it will survive better than then Peel and Stick tiles did. You would have to move all the appliances out of the kitchen in order to lay this type of flooring, though.
Q:best method to clean tiles...?
muriatic acid, but be careful it will eat the grout out if mixed to strong
Q:Tile floor for home?
as a permanent thing no. it's great for a quick easy fix, like if you don't plan on staying there. but nowadays, tile is just as cheap as the sticky tiles. Go with real tile! You'd be much happier in the long run!
Q:where do get second hand tiles in nyc?
Most tile stores throw out tiles every week. They throw out sample boards and broken tiles and generally you can go dumpster diving and pick up quite a few. Some stores will give them to you if you ask. I used to work at a tile store and we threw out tons of tiles all the time. The large stores like Home Depot sometimes have rules that they won't give anything broken away or even sell it but it's worth asking because they're all different. You may be able to find a Habitat Re-Store that has some as well. When they tear out old houses they often recycle rather than toss the items.
Q:What the best tiles
Q:keeping a brand new tile shower from cleaning nightmares?
Sealed tile is not bad to care for. Even the cheap shower spray after every use will make weekly scrubbing easy.

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