MICRO-CRYATAL POLISHED PORCELAIN TILE 3W SERIE

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Tile Type

Micro-Crystal Polished Porcelain Tile

Certificate

ISO13006, ISO9001

Finish

Nano Finish

Size

80x80mm

Other Choices

many designs, colors available

Features:

1) Available in many designs, specifications and assorted color,unique designs and exclusive quality

2) Used for indoor & outdoor wall and floordecorations, as well as Stair Case Product;

3) Easy to install, anti-dust, washable, acid-proof,alkali-proof, durable

4) Material: glazed porcelain

5) Customized sizes available according to clients’ requirements

6) Available dimensions

Material

Porcelain

Dimension

800x800 mm

Packing

Carton + Wooden Pallets

Finish

Glossy, over 90 degree.

Usage

Floor and wall

The micro crystal polished porcelain tile is widely used for interiorhouse flooring, hotel lobby flooring, wall as well as luxury sites fordecoration.

Vivid stone texture and vein bring our decoration the naturalstone beauty with much lower cost, easier quality control and easier decorationproceeding.

Advanced glass-glazing technology to make sure the tile surfacebeauty vivid and clean, via ink-jetting printing.

We could go with OEM model, making 2nd production basedon clients requirement;

We could offer flexible service on shipment and better supporton payment term;

Our quality guarantee is based on the strict productionprocedure, quality controlling on the shade, straightness as well as whitedegree.

Specification and technologyinformation:

·        NANO polished

·        Water absorption:<0.1%

·        Delivery:within 15~20 days after 30%deposit received


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Q:wood or tile flooring in my bedroom?
I suggest going with the wood flooring. Tile really does not make sense in a bedroom both aesthetically and in practicality. Tile is cold so your feet will always touch down on cold tile when you get out of bed. Plus it is very hard, so if grandma drops anything breakable on tile it is almost certain to break. The grout between the tiles is difficult to clean and stains easily. Hardwood or the newer 'hardwood' laminate flooring are both superior options for a bedroom. If you're worried about grandma's oopses, buy an inexpensive throw rug for the area she is likely to sit at and spot clean it when she has a spill. Wood flooring will not show a ring from laying down a cup. A light shade of slate blue (grey-blue) will look nice with wood flooring. I would go with a white trim with the slightest hint of the same blue on your walls mixed into it. Then make or buy curtains with a much darker shade of the same color blue. Paint chips will help you find color families that look nice together and darker shades of the same color. Just remember that most colors on paint chips will appear darker when your entire room is painted that color. What I do is find the color I love most on a paint chip, and then I go with the next lighter shade of that color, and it winds up appearing to be the color that I wanted. Good luck. Remodeling your bedroom is lots of fun!
Q:how to fix loose floor tiles in house?
I had this happen this year. they had to come and remove them and relay. IT was $2.00 per tile
Q:Can I install new tiles or granite on top of the old tiles on the wall between kitchen cabinet?
I think you would just have to add a level surface between the two.
Q:I plan to tile my bathroom. Can i tile over the existing tiles?
Its much better too remove the old tile, tile requires a special backing board that the mortar adheres to, you would have to put it over the exisitng tile and it would bring your surfaces out another 1/2-1 or so. I would go to Home Depot or book store and buy a book on DIY tile. You will need to rent a wet saw to cut the tiles. You use mortar to adhere the tile, little plastic spacers in between the tile, then you finish off with grout. If you have never laid tile, I would try find a friend/family member who has, or get an estimate from a professional. It is a very labor intensive job, and you need to be meticulous. If anything is off you can get water problems cause cracking, mold, mildew, etc.
Q:please help with matching tiles?
I have no idea. I know when I had my house tiled, I bought about ten spares just in case. I haven't had to use them yet though. Do you know where you bought the tile? Maybe you could try looking at one of those special order books that they carry in the stores.
Q:can I paint over bathroom tile?
It can work, but you have to sand the tile really well. My cousin did it last week.
Q:Laying ceramic tile?
First measure the room from wall to wall.Length and width.Multiply the numbers.This gives you square footage.Add another 15 square feet for cutting and breakage.Tiles are sold per square foot not amount.Space in between does not matter in calculation.This is up to you.If you want a more full look make space smaller.This is easier for maintenance(cleaning).1/4 inch is normal, 3/8 is big.The bigger the space it's harder to grout plus will cost more in grout.Make sure to use grout similar colour to tile.If your floor is wood underneath then you have to fasten it so it does not vibrate and then lay a wire mesh before putting on the tile.This is important,if you do not do this the tiles will crack.To remove them costs more than putting them on.
Q:why does ceramic tiles pop up?
I would say either the wrong substrate was used. Substrate is the material directly under the tile. Chances are he installed the tile over another floor material that was not suitable for tile. Cement board is the most widely used substrate, but it needs to be screwed down properly so it does not move at all. If the substrate moves, then the tile will also work loose after stepping on it which forces it to move up/down. If he applied thin set over existing ceramic tile that was not cleaned, the thin set probably did not stick. Pull up a pc. of loose tile - is the thin set or other adhesive still stuck on the back of the tile? Sometimes the wrong adhesive won't stick to the back of the ceramic tiles. Humidity won't affect the tile if it was installed correctly.
Q:Can you stick vinyl tiles onto bathroom tiles?
Well, if you're using self-stick vinyl tiles, I guess so. You can remove them using a spatula. I guess they would stick to just about any clean smooth surface, like tile, without harming it. If you have really bad CERAMIC tile floor, with tiles missing I would first try to get some tiles from a tile shop, any color, and glue them into the holes. This way the vinyl tiles won't sink into holes. I would buy only the self-stick vinyl tiles, not the kind that need special adhesive. Maybe you can buy a few, stick them down, and see what happens. If you don['t get the floor sopping wet it will be fine. Another thing you could do: Make a big paper full size pattern of bath floor, using tape, glue, kraft paper (available in large wide roll at home depot. Cut and fit pieces so that you fit all edges well. Buy a piece of SHEET VINYL FLOORING, lay the pattern on top, mark edges with fine Sharpie marker, cut carefully, using construction utility knife. with vinyl flooring laid on top of thin wood, so you can cut through with knife. Or maybe the place you buy sheet flooring will cut it for you. Lay it in place. You may have to glue with 1 inch wide around edges, but can do this later. Just remember, if your paper pattern is poor fit, your final floor will make it look even worse.
Q:Getting holes in Scrabble tiles?
I use a very fine drill bit and a Dremel tool. You need line up your holes and mark them on either side of the scrabble tile. Then you drill about half way in from each side. This lessens your chances of drilling through at an angle and ruining your tile. You need to be very careful and use a vise or clamp so you do not injure yourself. If you need a new drill bit, get a very small bit. You might even take a scrabble tile with you to be sure the drill bit is small enough. You cannot use a nail as it puts too much pressure on the wood and it will split on you every time.

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