Glass Mosaic MSC-578 2015 Hot Sale Design

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Our glass stick mosaic tile is the most popular kitchen backsplash decoration material

among customers. In the shape of long and short thin sticks arranged in staggered

rows, this kitchen glass mosaic tile is suitable for decorating the whole wall. Besides, it can also be cut into border

tiles as customer requires and the mosaic borders will go well with the wall tiles.

 

 

 

Item Name:

glass stick mosaic

 

Item No.:

MSC-578

Series:

Vicia cracca

Material:

glass

Chip Size:

multi size

Sheet Size:

298x268mm

Thickness:

8 mm

Joints:

2 mm

Packaging:

11 sheets / box

Coverage:

1 sqm. (10.76 sq.ft.) / box

N. Weight

16.5 kg/ box

G. Weight:

17 kg / box

 

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Q:Laying ceramic tile on old wood subfloor?
go to Lowes or the HoDepot and take the FREE tile classes .... those instructors are very good .... NUMBER ONE you must float the floor with the tile preparation cement to seal the wood and have a flat surface to lay tile ....
Q:80 by 80 tiles a box of 3 pieces equal to how many squares?
1, the area is: 0.8 * 0.8 * 3 square = 1.92 square, but the decoration, then some places can not be calculated by this, the actual use of the area may be smaller than this, because the corner or irregular areas need to cut the tile The 2, tiles, tiles, is a refractory metal oxide and semi-metal oxide, through the grinding, mixing, pressing, glazing, sintering process, and the formation of an acid-resistant porcelain or stone, etc. Or decorative materials, called tiles. The raw materials are mostly made of clay, quartz sand and so on.
Q:how easily does tile chip?
Tile does not chip easy. I have a friend that has tile all over her house and believe me,it does not chip easy.
Q:why do they call it SUBWAY TILE? is it actually used in subway stations or something?
It was the type of tile that used to be used to tile subways. It was rectangular in shape and aside from that it was no different than basic ceramic bathroom tile. There are probably some stations around that still have the old tile but for the most part, new stations and refurbished ones get the standard square tiles now. There has been a resurgence of the use of subway tile in homes in the past few years because it makes it possible to do a herringbone pattern which you can't do with square tiles.
Q:Repairing Mosaic Mirror tiles?
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Q:repair Vinyl tiles on basement floor?
I definitely think that it is. A basement does not have to be as decked out as the rest of the house although it can be. There are really nice vinyls now a days that you can choose from so take your time and research well before you purchase. You will be glad that you didn't spend an arm and a leg and still got something nice. Hope this helps and God Bless!
Q:Classification of tiles?
3, glazed tiles: in the embryo body surface made of glaze firing. The main body is divided into two kinds of pottery and porcelain body. Made of clay on the back of the red, porcelain clay fired on the back of the gray. Glazed tile surface can do all kinds of patterns and patterns. More colorful than the polished tiles and patterns. Because the surface is glaze, so wear resistance than polished tiles and tiles. In addition to the size of the identification of glazed tile depends on the water absorption. Generally good brick press good, high density, high firing temperature, water absorption is also small. Glazed tiles are generally used in kitchens and toilets. Rich color patterns, good anti-skid performance. Glazed tiles are generally not very large, but can be very small, such as mosaic. The current home improvement of about 80% of buyers choose this brick for floor decoration materials. 4, antique brick: not China's ceramic industry's products, is introduced from abroad. Antique tiles are evolved from glazed tiles, essentially glazed porcelain tiles. Compared with ordinary glazed tiles, the difference is mainly reflected in the color of the glaze above, antique tiles are ordinary tiles, and the disk is basically the same, the so-called antique, refers to the effect of brick, antique effect should be called tiles, Antique brick is not easy to clean. The only difference is in the firing process, the antique brick technical requirements are relatively high, thousands of tons of hydraulic press after pressing, and then by thousands of high temperature sintering, to its high strength, with a strong wear resistance, carefully developed Antique tiles both waterproof, non-slip, corrosion-resistant features. Antique brick imitation of the past style to do the old, with a unique charm with classical people to attract people's eyes, to reflect the vicissitudes of life, the history of heavy, antique brick through the style, color, pattern, to create a nostalgic atmosphere.
Q:Ceramic tile floor grout is cracking?
I don't know if you watch HGTV, but there is a Holmes on Homes episode that covers this very situation. In that episode they ended up ripping up the entire floor sub-floor, started again. The tile guys laid down a concrete board that is designed for that purpose, but they laid it over the old linoleum floor when that floor needed to be ripped up 1st a new sub-floor laid down. The cracking is probably caused by the tiles shifting in some way. Either the subfloor is inadequate, or the adhesion of the tiles to the subfloor is inadequate. As you walk over the floor the tiles move, the grout cracks. You may have a fight on your hands. Most contractors don't like to do their work all over again, but I suspect that is what needs to be done here. Cracking in a ceramic floor that is only one week old suggests to me that you had the great misfortune to hire somebody who really doesn't know about laying ceramic floors. It would probably be more than reasonable to ask them to do the job over, but I don't know if that would be advisable if you want to end up with a ceramic floor free of cracks. If they didn't know how to install your floor in the 1st place, then I wouldn't expect then to have studied up on the right way to do it after only one week. If it were me, I'd ask them to come in and remove the tiles and give me a full refund so that I can go find someone who knows what he is doing. Good Luck!
Q:hardwood flooring or ceramic tiles?
I am a kitchen designer and have seen so many clients go through this debate :) The problem is that every type of floor has its advantages and disadvantages. A lot of times, it really comes down to considering your lifestyle and what will be easiest for you. Tile is very durable, but will crack with time. As the house settles and the floor becomes uneven, there will be higher risk of cracking. Also if you drop something heavy on it. It is very easy to mop clean, but you do have to consider grout issues. The grout can be tough to clean if you choose a lighter color. Grout is also porous, so if you are worried about bacteria, you will have to keep up with sealing it. Hardwood is also durable, but you must be careful of water damage. If you spill water on it or have a leak under the sink, get it cleaned up as soon as you can. I don't think that means you have to mop up spills the second they hit the floor, but if there's an area in the kitchen that gets splashed a lot, you'll see the damage with time. Wood also needs to be refinished now and again, but not so frequently that it will stop you from purchasing it. There are also some really nice vinyl floors out there that look a lot like tile but are not as cold, hard and prone to cracking. However, if you drop a sharp knife on it or if a child wears soccer cleats around the kitchen, you'll see dents and punctures :) Some laminate flooring (like the brand name Pergo) have flooring that looks either like wood or tile. These floors are durable, but you'll have to beware water damage, just like with wood. This flooring is easy to install and take out. It also doesn't need to be refinished like hardwood. It's a lot to take in, but my advice is to consider the pros and cons of each, then think of your lifestyle and who lives in your house, then make a decision based on that. Good luck!
Q:What can I use on tile flooring?
Honestly I know this might sound retarded but have you tried the Swifer? It has worked for me on many things.

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