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Basic Information of Polished Porcelain Tile CILO26608:

1.Size:60x60/80x80cm tile

2.Certificate:CE ISO

3.W.A. <0.5%

4.Material:Porcelain

Features of Polished Porcelain Tile CILO26608:                        

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

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Q:Question about installing ceramic tile.?
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Q:Tile conversion into square feet....?
That depends on the shape of the object. You have to cancel one dimension. If you want the 'footprint' of a rectangular box, for example, divide volume of the box in cubic feet by the height of the box in feet, to get the area of the bottom of the box in square feet. If you want the surface area of the same box, you'll need to know volume, and at least 2 more dimensions (width height for example), solve for its length, and then do (2 x L x W) + (2 x L x H) + (2 x W x H). If you want the surface area (in square feet) of a balloon or beach ball, you'll need to solve the equation for the volume of a sphere in cubic feet for the radius in feet, and then plug that radius into the equation for the surface area of a sphere, to get the area in square feet.
Q:Easy math question How to find the area for tiling?
Are there no windows or doors in this room ? No other obstructions which affect the wall area ? In any case, it is impossible to determine how many tiles you will have to cut. It depends on where you start tiling, as well as the bits that you have to work around, like doors and windows, and so on. But, crucially, it is also important to know the height of the room. Work out a rough area and add, say, 15% for the ones you have to cut. So, if the room is h feet high, you will need 2 x (12h + 16h) = 2 x 28h = 56h square feet. Add 15% and you get 65h square feet (that is, 6.5h boxes of tiles). (But you can subtract the area of any doors, windows, etc.)
Q:Tiles on the iron out of the traces of how to remove
I went back to a similar problem, you go back along with the way, you can refer to the next: Decoration in the floor tile on the reason iron frame or aluminum alloy, metal push and pull the focus of small, high pressure, can make the metal traces into the brick surface inside, more difficult to clean, you will appear this situation, , The acid is easy to damage the surface. If it is relatively heavy metal push and pull the scratches, remove the scratches on the tiles will be more difficult, in order to be more effort and faster to remove the metal scratches on the floor, you can first use detergent soak 3 minutes before scrubbing, tiles Cleaning agent and metal scissors will be broken after the decomposition of the loose, with a wet towel stained with detergent to wipe a little hard, clean as a new brick surface immediately show, will not have an impact on the floor tile surface, gloss will not have any change.
Q:Does anyone know anything about these tiles?
Very nice and I am sure that once you put them up you will love the vintage old world look that they will give your room. Have fun!
Q:How to remove the 502 glue on the tile
With banana water can be washed away. Hope to help you, hope to adopt!
Q:can you tile over painted brick?
Because your dealing with moisture from the toilet, I wouldn't suggest to cut corners. There is much to consider when doing this project. What type is the paint that is currently on the brick? This makes a difference because you may need to prime the brick before you do anything on top of it. Secondly how porous is your brick? This makes a difference because if you put the setting material for the tile on it, it may absorb all the water and leave you with deficient walls. Third what tile are you planning on putting up? Size does matter. If it was me, I would prime the wall before I apply a thin layer of cement to even out the brick, then I would start putting the tile on.
Q:vinyl tile question???
Wash the floor first, then use a soft buffing pad and some floor wax.
Q:Self adhesive tiles?
This can be done but, the big but.....the floor, the existing floor has to be super clean. Go to Home Depot and get a gallon of Armstrong: Latex primer. As I said, clean the floor real good, make sure there are no dips that are sharp or humps that are sharp. No grains of sand, these will look like mountains under the new tile, it's best to do this in stocking feet. Always checking for dirt and brushing all the time. Do not put the new tile over the same line but cross them. Before you start, put a good layer of primer down with a roller and wait for it to dry completely. If there's spaces between the old tile that are quite far apart, I have used a filler to fill these.
Q:Bathroom - shower - tiles - grout?
Hopefully, all of your tiles have grout AND sealer. You can try plain ol' scrapping it off, but be careful not to scratch the tiles. Try using white vinegar to soften the grout, but be sure not to get any on the grout that you want to save. Use a small sponge, or even Q-tips. You may have to let it soak a few minutes. Also, try using a plastic scraper instead of a metal one, like a pan scraper. If you have any spare tiles, practice scraping to see if you're scratching the tile.

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