Low Price + Polished Porcelain Tile + High Quality 8E01

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
Guangzhou
Payment Terms:
TT OR LC
Min Order Qty:
100 PCS
Supply Capability:
100000 PCS/month

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

Basic Information of Polished Porcelain Tile

1,Size: 60x60/80x80cm tile

2,Certificate: CE ,ISO

3,W.A.<0.5%

4,Material: Porcelain

Features of Polished Porcelain Tile

1,Size:600*600mm,800*800mm Porcelain tile

2,Various colors are available,Fashion and elegant pattern tile

3,Usage: use in inner floor

4,Engobe(water proof)

5,Certificate: CE,ISO,SONCAP

6,Tile minimum order:1x20'FCL(items we have in stock can be mix loading)

7,Delivery Time: within 25 days after received 30% payment by TT.

8,Payment term: L/C,T/T,30% deposit,Balance paid before loading.

9,Packing:standard carton with wooden pallet or per customers' request.

Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:tiling with 16x16 tiles in kitchen that is 14x22?
Tile and use almost as a regular thin set. Flexbond like any stronger thin set will tend to set up a bit faster than standard thin set . This because of the added latex in the thin set. Mix a bit less than normal. Mix and let set for 5/10 minutes and mix again, being very important when using extra modified thin set. Although this is a stronger thin set and will bond to ply wood. But the minimum substrate thickness must be met to be able tile tile over. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there.. GL
Q:How many pieces of a tiles are there in general?
Look at the size of your brick! The specifications of each brick are not the same! The number of installed is not the same!
Q:What kind of painting can the name of the tile?
Water painting is suitable for attaching smooth surfaces and surfaces to tiles, glass, wood, metal, plastic and so on.
Q:Repair for small pits in ceramic tile?
I would try 'tile and grout sealer. These products are easy to apply and once dried are very hard. Go to your home supply store and look at a few different types and see what would work best for you application. Most people don't understand that tile needs to be sealed and re-sealed every year or two, especially in high traffic areas and where there will be a lot of dirt or water track across them.
Q:Installing ceramic floor tiles?
Although I don't think things will work out like you planned, you could use 1/2 inch wonderboard instead of 1/4 inch. That should help. The thin set that is used to adhere the tile won't fill any gaps. It is a thin layer.
Q:Do you think that large, 12X12 tile is just a fad, and in 10 years it will look dated?
I don't think that particular size tile will be outdated but certain styles will. The size of tile should depend on the size of the room. That's why you see smaller 6 tile in bathrooms (well when bathrooms used to be less than 700 square feet...) and the large 12 tiles in the kitchen. Everyone used to have that smooth white tile on their floors, now it looks like something from your Grandma's Florida retirement home. People are all about the granite countertops now. Sure they're the style now but in 10-20 years they will look just as sad as the avocado laminate of the 70s and the small tile and grout patterns of the 90s. Wall panelling, omg let's not go there! America is all about the bigger, better and newer you know...nothing remains appreciated for long anymore. Basically the size is fine, probably going to be around for a while. But I wouldn't go with a crazy ultra hip style if you plan on selling or not resenting your home's outdated look within the next 10 years.
Q:difference in porclean, glazed, homogenized floor tiles?
In a home setting it rally doesn t matter what you use. They ll all out last us if they are properly set. And setting is the key from the floor prep to the glueing of the tile with thin set. Two basic type of porcelains, full bodied porcelains where the color goes through out. The backing is basically the same colored as the front. Then you have glazed porcelains where the tile body is porcelain , the porcelain is baked, there is a color or pattern on the surface and then a glaze is applied. Then there is the standard clay bodied tile where the clay is baked , a color on the surface and a glaze and its refired again. Homogenized tiles, and I m not over familiar with them is a very hard tile that has a very low water absorption rate. All are good products but clay tiles are not as true in sizing as most ( not all) porcelains . Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Q:On stone tile:?
Using natural stone in the bath tub is not that advisable. removal of grout and stain is not a problem if the granite is well polished you know. I want to tell about one issue only which I have seen many places. You know if you compare with ceramic tiles, the natural stone is a porous material, I mean there are many invisible holes on it. The effect is that stones will absorb water and it will spread into the foor and it wil make problem if your bath is in the first floor or above. See the problem if you are on a floor above the ground floor, you will see water dripping from the bottom area of the tub. In this case, if you are particular in going with natural stone, you can make it somewhere out side the building with separate foundation.
Q:Should I get porcelain tile for my kitchen?
Porcelain or ceramic tiles work great in a kitchen. You're better going to your local flooring contractor than big box stores- you'll save on installation too. Just do an internet search for tile installation in your area. If you get tile for your kitchen, make sure you get the grout lines sealed, or you will end up with gray/black grout, and it's not something that can always be fixed without replacing the grout. It may cost a bit extra, but you will regret not doing it!
Q:What is better for a kitchen floor, vinyl or tile?
Tile will always increase the value of your home. The problem with vinyl is that it is soft, so the chair and table legs will soon leave indentations in the vinyl and they will be permanent. This is also true for the appliances and any heavy furniture. It also chips, tears, and gouges easily. Vinyl can also stain. A tile may crack, but a tile can easily be replaced. There is virtually no upkeep to a tile floor.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location
Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Range  
Reference  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range