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Guangdong China (Mainland)
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600 x 600mm,800 x 800mm
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beige ,black ,white
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Polished Porcelain Vitrified Tiles With Price
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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|
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:
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
- Q:tiling over vinyl?
- Strip the floor down to the plywood or whatever it's made of. Use a level to see if the floor needs to be leveled out. Then set the tiles and use mortar.
- Q:tile backsplash on drywall?
- Backerboard, hardiboard cement board, different material, same purpose. It would be overkill on your project. whether you do it is up to you. but definitly not necessary. its mostly used for extreme wet conditions where water is constant in contact, such as shower/baths, or flooring on drywall install the tile directly on the drywall using thinset mortar, premixed is fine to use especially for smaller projects. use spacers and a good grout, let dry about 12 hours,then wipe it down again, let it dry for 6 hours then apply sealer. on backerboard, remember applying backerboard to drywall will extend your wall, if you use 1/2 backerboard, plus 1/8 thinset, then 1/4 tile, you bring out the wall 7/8 of inch, of course they make 1/4 backerboard but still 5/8, remember you have to cap this somehow to bring the tile back to the wall. If you want more flush look you need to remove the area of drywall which you plan on tiling, when you do this, cut the drywall about 3 smaller on all sides smaller than the area you are tiling, cause you have to tape and finish seams between the backerboard joints using fiberglass mesh and mortar, screw holes need to be filled as well. as far as drywall to backerboard joints easier to do what i said above and keep it flush. The only consequeces is that without proper installation it could lead to moisture problems. But thats with anything that isnt' properly installed.
- Q:cracks in my bathroom floor tile?
- More than likely the tile installer didn't lay backer board below the tile. Wood flooring will flex and this subtle movement can crack ceramic tile.
- Q:How to fix the surface of the tile? How much is the thickness of the tile?
- Finish face to touch the tile angle, four corners must be flat, vertical joints to be vertical, the whole wall should be flat, you said the thickness of what is the slurry? Tiles of cement mortar thickness is generally 1.5 to centimeters, see the tile workers themselves set
- Q:Are tile sealers and grout sealers the same thing?
- as an installer of ceramic tile for 23 years i can feel confident that my answer will best suit you....aqua mix brand of sealers is some of the best and will seal both your UNGLAZED tile and seal your grout as well ....you need to use a penetrating sealer as it will chemically bond to the grout the other responses to your question has sealant problems because they used a silicone based sealant which is only good for 6 months and needs to be redone where the penetrating sealant is good for 15 to 20 years
- Q:How do I make old tile look shiny?
- You could try to re-seal the tile. Is your tile glazed? Glazed tiles should never need to be sealed, as the glaze is the sealer. Do a water test first to see if your tile is soaking up water. Put a little water on the tile if it turns dark, then your tile needs to be re-sealed. If you just want to make it shiny, you can try a topical sealer. Your local tile/flooring store should be able to help you pick the best one. There is also something called a 'wear layer' which is an acrylic floor finish that helps to keep you from wearing through the sealer. Again, your local tile store can help you with this step.
- Q:how much does it cost to istall cermic tile with labor and material?
- Tile labor varies a bit from area to area, but you can figure in the $7 a s/f range for basic labor , thin set, grout and 1/2 cement board , which is generally need when installing over the common wood sub floors. Tile isn t figured in this price since a plain , average or discontinued tile can go from $1 a s/f to a very nice tile in that size at 4$ a s/f Extras such as rip out/ disposal and any floor prep isn t included either. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar.. GL
- Q:Question about Space Shuttle Tiles?
- It depends on where the tile is, and when it comes off. In the case of the Columbia accident in 2003, it actually wasn't the tiles--it was one of the carbon-carbon panels on the leading edge of the wing that got hit by a briefcase-sized hunk of insulation off the external tank, and got a hole blown in it. During reentry, the hole allowed hot gasses to enter the structure of the left wing. The heat caused the aluminum used in making the wing to weaken and fail. There are two kinds of tiles used, in addition to the carbon-carbon panels on the leading edge of the wing and the nose. The black tiles that you see on the underside and coming up the side of the fuselage are for areas of greater heating, while the white tiles protect areas where there is less heating. Losing a tile has two possible problems. If the tile is directly over a critical area (say a hydraulic line), you may get burn through and cause the line or whatever to fail. Popping off a tile also changes the way that air flows around the shuttle. It's possible that the turbulence from one missing tile can cause others to come off in what is called the zipper effect. The more tiles you lose, the greater the chance that you're going to lose a critical tile. Also, if you lose enough of them, it's possible that the shuttle might become aerodynamically unstable, and impossible to control. I don't recall any of the flights having a problem with burn through even though tiles have been lost or damaged on just about every flight
- Q:Tiles 1 open 2 What does it mean ah?
- Is the brick symmetrical cut into two, generally on the wall effect is very good
- Q:Can I install new tiles or granite on top of the old tiles on the wall between kitchen cabinet?
- The cost to demo the old tile is insignificant in the face of doing the job twice. Do it right. Get rid of the old tile and take the old drywall off as well. It easier and less costly to do it right the 1st time.
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