Bathroom and Kitchen Wall Tile , Ceramic Tile

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1. Description of Bathroom and Kitchen Wall Tile , Ceramic Tile


Ceramic tile, is a kind of refractory metal oxides and metal oxide, by grinding, mixing, pressing, glazing, the sintering process, it bcomes acid and alkali resistant porcelain or stone construction or decoration materials, such of these called ceramic tile. Its raw materials are mixture of clay, quartz sand and so on.


According to craft and characteristic, Ceramic tile can be divided into Glaze tile, Full body tile, polishing tile, Rustic tile, Vitrified tile and Mosaic etc. Different characteristics has its own best usage way. 


2. Features of Bathroom and Kitchen Wall Tile , Ceramic Tile


Glazed tile: refers to the brick burn with glaze layer surface. This kind of brick is divided into two categories: one is the use of clay firing; Another is made of porcelain clay fire, about 80% of the buyers choose it as ground decorates material.


Full body tile: this is a non-glazed porcelain tiles, has good skid resistance and abrasion resistance. Usually said "slippery prevented floor tile" were mostly body brick. Because the price moderate, it is quite popular with consumers. 


Polished tile: it is polished, this kind of tilt is with high hardness, very wear-resisting. 


Vitrified tile: it is made from high temperature. Vitrified tile is the most hard of all ceramic tile. 


Ceramic Mosaic: also known as Mosaic, with more specifications, thin and small, hard, acid-proof, alkali resistance.


3. Specifications of Bathroom and Kitchen Wall Tile , Ceramic Tile


  • Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile

  • Sizes: 600 x 600, 800 x 800mm, many choices are available

  • Thicknesses: 9.3-9.5mm

  • Water absorption: 0.1%

  • Surface: smooth

  • Min. order quantity:500 SQM

  • Certificates: CE and ISO9001

  • Usage area: Be suitable for market, hospital, metro, school, office building, hotel, real estate, bar and living room etc.

  • Package: standard export paper carton with wooden pallet

  • Payment terms: T/T or irrevocable L/C at sight

  • Delivery time: With 20 days after deposit



4. Images of Bathroom and Kitchen Wall Tile , Ceramic Tile


Bathroom and Kitchen Wall Tile , Ceramic Tile

Bathroom and Kitchen Wall Tile , Ceramic Tile

Bathroom and Kitchen Wall Tile , Ceramic Tile

Bathroom and Kitchen Wall Tile , Ceramic Tile



5. FAQ



1)  Where it could be applicated?


The living room, kitchen, bathroom, balcony wall ground and local background wall etc.


2)   Are free samples available?.


Yes. But express delivery cost is to be collected and we will pay it back after confirming the order.


3)  What about the lead time for mass production? 

 

Honestly, it depends on the order quantity and the season you place the order. Generally speaking, we suggest that you start inquiry two months before the date you would like to 

get the products at your country.

 

4)  What is your terms of delivery? 

 

We accept EXW, FOB, CIF, etc. You can choose the one which is the most convenient or cost effective for you.  


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Q:Question About Slate Tile...?
Well, most natural stone companies believe it or not do not make a bullnose. At least in the midwest I have yet to see one yet. If there are any tiles left at home depot you can by a few extra pcs and make bullnose. There is a bullnose blade that can be attached to a wet saw to make the cut what it does is just creates a rounded edge to form a bullnose. However the blade is expensive so you can see if there are any contractors in your area who may do this kind of job and already the correct tools to create a bullnose. That is if the tile isn't dicontinued.
Q:how can i tile over linolium flooring without pulling it up?
I would remove the linoleum then lay the tile down. Just take a razor knife with a new blade and some contractor bags. Score the linoleum in three foot strips and it should pull up real easy. You will have a little more difficulty where there is a lot of foot traffic but don't give up. Once the linoleum is up you can got to town. Measure off one wall and snap a chalk line then lay your tile with that line. Good Luck Moskie257
Q:How do you apply vinyl tile?
They are usually like giant stickers. The stickly glue is already on the back of them, if not go to a home improvement store, they have glue that you put down before applying the squares. Start in the very middle of the room.
Q:Asbestos tile and removal?
You can put things over the asbestos but if you ever sell the house it'll cost y you. It's very expensive to remove asbestos because if you break it up and disturb it in the removal process everything has to be sealed off. I'm guessing a few grand to do that job. If you don't plan on ever selling you can just tile over it with little issue. You may not have to abate the asbestos if you sell but if you sell without telling them it's in there you can get into a lawsuit so be aware. He is right about it being only harmful if disturbed though.
Q:ceramic tiles?
most all tile manufactures will tell u to clean tile with just a damp mob and warm water. it would really help if u had soft water.
Q:Ceramic tile or concrete under linoleum?
You will need to remove the tiles and clean the tile adhesive from the concrete or put down a plywood subfloor. Linoleum will in a very short time show any dimple, pimple or ridge that is under it. As an alternative, wouldn't it be better to rehabilitate and regrout the existing ceramic tiles? Lino seems like quite a come down from ceramic. If you're on a budget and the color of the tiles is wrong or some are cracked, replace the cracked ones with light colored tiles of similar thickness. Clean the tile floor thoroughly and paint it. When dry, apply a pattern by dabbing with a sponge dipped in a much lighter shade, then paint the grout by running a brush along the grout lines using an appropriate color. When dry apply 3 coats of satin finish urethane. I've used this method to rehabilitate ceramic floors twice now. The first time was in my son's house 3 years ago and it still looks acceptable despite the best efforts of my 3 grandchildren Good luck
Q:Tiling kitchen floor question?
Depending on the age of the cement subfloor, it would be my first choice, even if I had to prep it first to insure a good bond. Definitely not cement board, it's not designed or engineered to be walked on, the results downstream would be disastrous. There is a grade of board specifically called underlayment, and it would be my second choice. It needs to be nailed down to cement subfloor about every 6 inches in both directions, very tedious. Not so bad on wood, can be screwed down.This is not hard job, just hard work. Hands and knees, get up to cut a piece, back down to hands and knees. Spread mortar or adhesive, set tile, check for level, spread - set - level, over and over. And level in both directions, North - South, and East - West, and level from tile to tile as well. Really good tile setters make very good money. Very important for you to know: floor tile is thicker than wall tile. It should be 3/8 inch minimum, or 9 mm. Wall tile is generally thinner, and will crack under the stress of weight on it.
Q:Cracking grout newly installed ceramic tiles?
u sand out the grout that is on the wall and regrout it with properly mixed grout, and make sure you caulk it too. ive noticed some people forget to do something like that, and end up with a new shower that now has sunk into the house.
Q:ceramic tile removal?
Well you can use a hammer and a 1/2 chisel with safety glasses to start. As for sheetrock replacement...since it will be under the tile, the texture wont be seen and shouldnt be a problem. The coat that you will use to adhere the tile to the sheetrock will cover any inperfections caused by the tile removal. Are you talking about sheetrock or wonderboard?, sheetrock is also called drywall. If the base behind the tile is a hard ,cement based backing then just adhere the tile to that. I have never heard of anybody setting tile to sheetrock since it isnt waterproof. Good luck.
Q:are tiles or reptile carpet better for a reptile tank?
Reptile carpet,Im pretty sure they don't make tile for reptiles,But go look and ask around the pet stores!

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