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  1. various sizes are available;

  2. More than 100 design andcolors;

  3. Both waterproof and nonwaterproof available;

  4. Strict control on colortolerance;

  5. Perfect effect on flatness andglazed surface;

  6. Ink-Jet technology applicationon the tiles

  7. Stable production andsupplying;

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  9. Stable production andsupplying;

  10. Suitable for economic endusing;


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Q:Do I need to lay backerboard before I lay tile?
If you plan to gut the bathroom then yes rip up the old flooring and put new ply wood down. dont use the good one side ply as the glue you will be using will require something to bite into. but if the plywood you use does have some knot holes then yopu have to use a patch filler before applying the glue. in your case its better to fit the new flooring from wall to wall rather than cutting around the new cabinest. you didnt mention what type of flooring you plan to replace the exsisting flooring with. If you are planning ceramic,porcelin,slate/natural stone then you will not have to se that patch filler. but remember when using any sort of tiles of the above mentioned use a thinset as using any mastic will take a very long time to set. Thinsets will set in 24hrs intile for you to grout the next day. Do keep in mind the temps to lay your tiles down on the back of the boxes of grout.
Q:grouting ceramic tile?
use a scrub pad
Q:Porcelein or ceramic tile---which is better to use on a kitchen floor?
countertops are going more tile or granite anymore. depends on your taste and style your looking to achieve. if you are wanting a more expensive look, go for porcelein. very nice tile. if you have animals, dogs, i would not go with a white grout or a white floor. tile is less expensive in price but porcelein in rich looking.
Q:Where is the cheapest shower tile?
You need smaller tiles for the floor because of the slope it should have so the water will drain. Home depot carries the very basic sheets of small floor tiles. It's not a very expensive project and if you take your time and do it right it should last you many years. If you want to tile the walls around the shower go big! Less grout lines, less tile and it will make the shower look huge. Good luck!!
Q:How best to start a tiling job?
To be honest with you it does not matter if you do the floor or walls first. Some people prefer not to do the floor first as they will make a mess of the floor when doing the walls and it will take additional time to cover or clean the floor. And NO you do not always start in the center. In some cases starting in the center will cause you to have very small cut tiles on the edges. You should measure and find the center and dry test tiles with the 1st tile centered in the room checking to find the cut size of the tiles on the outside end. You should never have a tile less than 1/2 on the end. Example a 1 or 2 cut tile is a mistake if the tiles are 6 or larger. If the tile is less than 1/2 its size then start with the 1st tile on the edge of the center line. Always keep the same size cuts on both sides and never end up with small pieces.
Q:Table tiles math help?
Total tiles = 5 * (4/4) + 4 * (2/4) + 4 * (1/4) = (20 + 8 + 4) / 4 = 32 / 4 whole tile equivalents = 8 whole tile equivalents We can conclude that since 20 x 20 = 400 = 8 whole tile equivalents the area of one whole tile is 400/8 = 50 sq cm So we take the dimensions of the table, a * b, and divide by 50 to find out how many whole tile equivalents we'll need. How many whole, half, and quarter tiles will be needed depends on the shape of the table and the exact dimensions of both the table and the tiles. The tiles might be any of these sizes: 5 x 10 cm 4 x 12.5 cm 8 x 6.25 cm or some other numbers as long as the product is 50 sq cm.
Q:Why did my porcelain tile crack around my toilet?
The fact that those tiles cracked tells you that they were not supported from below. Your linoleum must be not well anchored there. You could try to cut out the linoleum and build up extra thin-set there to achieve the same height as the rest of the floor OR you could anchor the linoleum with extra glue where it was not supported before replacing your tiles. Personally, I prefer the first solution.
Q:Floor Tile information needed?
Cut your carpet and pad smaller that the area where you are laying the tile. If at all possible, I'd roll both the carpet and pad back in one piece without cutting them until the tile work was completely done. Then install your carpet tack strip about 3/8 inch away from the tile. Cut the pad along the outer edge of the tack strip. Then cut the carpet to go over the tack strip about 1/4 to 3/8 inch longer than the edge of the tile. With a stiff blade putty knife tuck the carpet securely between the tack strip and the tile. That's the best help I can give you without doing it for you. Good Luck and don't try to rush things. Remember, the tile thin set and grout must be completely dry or they will move on you.
Q:Hard tiling question.?
If you are tiling a 2 * n rectangle with 1 * 2 tiles, you would line up 1 tile along the end measuring 2, then, becasue the other dimension of the tile is 1, you would need n tiles For 2 * 2 tiles you would do the same thing except that each tile would cover 2 units of the side that is n units, so you would need n/2 tiles
Q:How to correctly start tile job?
You've gotten some good suggestions. I'll just add that I find the MOST important issue is to get ONE good straight, parallel line down the center of the longest run you can. Sometimes it behooves you to have the cenerline of the room run down the centerline of the center row of tile. For this, just measure over 1/2 a course and strike a line for your first edge. No matter what else you do, that ONE line should be your master and considered inviolate. Don't strike a line for each course. Just measure your gap with a spacer of some sort (you don't need to leave them in, just use a couple as a gauge). You're better off if you can do long rows at a time instead of aligning to another line set at 90 deg from the first; otherwise any deviation from a right angle will cause you grief. I find the tiles can be corrected as you go. Just start with that ONE line and build from there. Naturally the wider your grout line, the easier it is to lay out. I've put around 500 sqft of marble tile in my house with a 1/16 gap. That was considerably more tricky than using 1/4 gaps. Good luck!

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