Polished Floor Tile COVIA-JW8022

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Special Features of Polished Floor Tiles :

 

 

Polished Micro-crystal Stone

Great natural stone image and high glossy degree

Both silk printing and ink-jetting product available 

Suitable for homes flooring tiles, high grade office buildings, high-grade hotel flooring tiles, government and corporate projects flooring tiles, deluxe clubs flooring and wall tiles

Water absorption: <0.3%

Sizes: 600*600 mm 800 x 800mm and 1200 x 600mm

Product features: resistance to fading, staining and discoloration, easy to clean

Package: carton + strong wooden pallet

Transportation: by sea

Package: 3 pcs/Ctn for 800mm

 

 

 Advantages of Polished Floor Tiles :

 

 

1.The porcelain polished floor tiles are non-slip and easy clean and with natural veins.

2.The porcelain polished tiles are hardness, which are resistant to acid and alkali, waterproof, wear resistance, dirt resistacne.

3.Good for indoor wall and floor decorations. Elegance, promote your decorate style. 

4.The porcelain polished tiles with high quality are ideal for creating a beautiful feel in Hotel, House, Supermarker, Shopping Mall, etc

5.The porcelain polished tiles ,water absorption rate :<0.2%.

6.Many colors can be chosen.

7.The porceline tiles have 600*600,800*800 600*1200  sizes, special sizes available according to request.

8.CE: GB/T19001-2008¬¬—ISO9001:2008 

 

 

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Asia

Australasia

Central/South America

Eastern Europe

Mid East/Africa

North America

Western Europe

 

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Q:Can I Tile over cracked concrete outside?
Cover the whole porch over w/ cement as to cover cracks keep porch even then lay tile. Best bet wold be to remove all old cement w/ cracks and start over. It seems everything wants to crack. We just laid a textured patio and it already has 2 huge cracks. We live in washington state and I think it is from small earthquakes. Good luck.
Q:installing hexagonal tile?
I tile every day of my life, and assume now it's TOO LATE to change the spacing. 2 inch octagonals should have come with a mesh backing for one thing, in sections that approximate a square foot at least. The mesh is supposed to insure at least a 1/8th inch grout space, between the tiles. Unless the contractor is willing to pull it all and start over, and/or you want to take civil action against them. you might just have to consider the other, hopefully better aspects of the job and live with it. In the SLOPE, which should actually be more a modified concave bowl effect to the drain, it's possible that the tiles would have to be singularly set, and if installed properly would have thinner grout lines to the point where they meet the drain. I'd probably file a complaint if I were you, but you may not get any resolution to the problem. I crafted a spacer tool, that allows spacing at the various distances where the grout lines are actually lined up, which happens with each adjacent tile, but can be crafted to stretch a foot or more when setting meshed sections. Steven Wolf ADDED THOUGHT: Since you added details, certainly you can CUT tiles to separate them. The issue is now, the dry time allowed, at 12:16 AM EST. The TILE sections should have come out of the box with the corner octagons actually protuding some, to FIT into any adjacent sections already laid. If the contractor was a decent one, HE would have determined the layout, and cut the corner tiles out, of SOME of the meshed sections, allowing the new, adjacent section to fit exactly in. Added added note: No offense but the pics show slight variances, but nothing critical. To change and entire line, might mean pulling up an entire square, and using NEW
Q:Can you ceramic tile on top of ceramic floor tiles already laid?
You technically CAN... but definately make your work easier and more durable if you go ahead and bust out the existing floor and start from scratch. There are incidentals you need to account for like total floor height and you run the risk of your new floor cracking where the grout lines are in your old floor.
Q:where to get floor tiles @ good price?
Too bad you're not in the San Diego area. I have about 100 square feet of ceramic tile that cost about $4.50 a square foot left over from a remodel sitting in my garage that I would let you have for cheap just to get rid of it.
Q:Home selection tiles, which brand to choose that good?
This depends on your home budget, and what you care about. Is the brand or the price, or is it cost-effective? But you can go to Baidu under the tiles of the top ten brands, first understand the next brand and the corresponding price, you can also consider buy, cost is relatively high
Q:I just had ceramic tile floors installed, what are the pros & cons of sealing the grout and tiles?
Wait a while before you seal the tiles. Make sure you've had a chance to remove any grout haze from the tiles before you seal it. Otherwise you seal in the haze. You should definately seal the grout. It will help it last longer and keep it cleaner, especially a light color.
Q:Saltillo Tile?
You don't say why you need to strip and reseal. Is it because of general wear and tear stains? Food stains? grease?Before you invest any time/money in it, try this: Get a Vapor Steam Cleaner!!! I have saltillo tiles in 40% of my house and was looking at stripping and resealing. I laid the tile in the first place and I knew it was going to be work to strip and reseal, then I started reading about Vapor Steam cleaners. They are very popular in Europe (homes tend to have more tile than floor carpeting) and are amazing. Basically they are machines (they look like canister vacuums) that heat plain old water to about 300 degrees, with a pressure gauge up to 65 psi. They come with a lot of attachments, including a nozzle that I used on the grout that has made my tile floors look like they were just put in. You never have to use any cleaner other than water ever again. Best thing is you can use this to clean EVERYTHING! Your oven, your bathtub, your windows, your countertops. It is far more reasonable than stripping/resealing. I got mine from a company in Jupiter Florida called Vapor Steam Products. The model I have is the TR5. For a little over $400 you will have a vapor steam cleaner that you can use throughout your house. The first time I used it on the tile I saw a huge difference. The second time, it was like they were brand new. Then you can just put on a product like Armstrong Tile polish which will make them glossy. You can also use these on area carpets and mattresses and they are the only thing that will KILL dustmites - though they are not vacuum cleaners. And just a word of advice, I did a lot of research and Hoovers and Bissel have very low-end versions of these, and trust me they don't even come close. All of my friends thought I had my tiles stripped and resealed and now they're all going out and getting these. Try this, and save your back and your bank account. Good luck.
Q:Laying Tile Flooring??
It is not difficult as long as you properly prepare for the job. If it is a single room check if it is square and using a chalk line mark a line you will start with. Use the most exposed area of the room to get perfectly straight line of tiles. Once you start right the rest is just repetition. Another area of concern is what are you putting the tile over. Is is a concrete slab? If so just make sure it is does not have any areas that are elevated. If it is wood sub-floor definitely use backing like wonder board or something like that. Depending on the size of your tiles you need to choose a spacer size. Your retailer will help you with that. Another issue is your connection of tiles to the wall. Do you have a baseboard? If possible remove the baseboard and reapply it after you are done. It will look better and you will have easier time laying the tile. Consider getting a DVD on laying tile, I am sure you retailer can sell you one for just a couple of bucks. Good Luck!
Q:How to look at the quality of tiles
Ordinary people to buy tiles bad identification of two local brick surface and brick quality. Is also the most easily identified. (Not to listen, this is very interesting, the first hit objects can not be measured, the second voice can not be measured, this is not the way most people can use, but also has been said that the errors, but also has been used, This is a professional. Only professional workers to identify.) Most people asked is affixed to the kitchen, bathroom wall, almost all with plywood for paving. Identify the surface of the tiles, only need to take two pieces of the same brick surface together, the gap can not see the better. The porcelain surface has no holes in the surface. (High flatness, posted on the wall will not be uneven) the quality of the tiles, the hand to feel the same type of brick with the heavier the better. If you do not feel it, then try density, pour in the back of the tile, the more the better water seepage. (Kitchen, bathroom, hot summer heat, these factors directly affect the tile will crack, the higher the quality of the more difficult to appear.
Q:I want to buy tile for my kitchen how much do I get?
It is sold by the s/f ,even if you buy a 8x8 tile for example. Some places will only sell in whole boxes.You ll need extra for cuts and waste anyway. When buying from the big box places ,look and make sure you get all the same dye lot and run number. If you buy from the mom and pop store, you ll get the same dye lot always. Should you need help figuring the area send me the measurements and tile size and I ll figure it for you. Go thru my avatar to get my e mail GL
Our company is established in 2011, Our main products including floor porcelain, wall porcelain in the size 800x800, 600x600, 400x800, 300x600, etc.We take pride in the fact that over 60% of our customers are long-term customers, who have patronized us in China.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Shandong, China
Year Established 2011
Annual Output Value US$ 10 Million - US$ 50 Million
Main Markets South America
Southeast Asia
Africa
Mid East
Eastern Asia
Company Certifications ISO 9001:2000

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a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port Qingdao
Export Percentage 21% - 30%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 50-100 People
Language Spoken: English, Chinese
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Factory Size: Above 30,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines Above 5
Contract Manufacturing OEM Service Offered; Design Service Offered
Product Price Range Average