Porcelain Tile Polished Soluble Salt A6010

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Quick Details of Porcelain Tile Polished Soluble Salt A6010

Grey Polished Porcelain Tile

FOB Price: US $3.8 - 5.99 / Square Meter | Get Latest Price

Min. Order Quantity: 1296 Square Meter/Square Meters

Supply Ability: 116100 Square Meter/Square Meters per Month

Payment Terms: T/T, L/C

Port: FOSHAN, CHINA

 

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Porcelain Tile Polished Soluble Salt A6010

 

Porcelain Tile Polished Soluble Salt A6010

 

Porcelain Tile Polished Soluble Salt A6010

 

 

 

Specifications of Porcelain Tile Polished Soluble Salt A6010

Polished Tiles

Brand Name: CMAX

Tile Type: Floor Tiles

Model Number: A6010 

Material: Porcelain Tiles, Porcelain

Surface Treatment: Polished Tiles

Technique: Double Loading Tiles

Water Absorption Rate: below 0.5%

Size: 600*600*9.5mm/ 500*500*8.5mm

Color Family: Whites

Usage: Floor

Function: Non-Slip

Feature: Polished

Shape: Square

Style: Natural

Special Features: Double Loading

Color: Beige

Material Feature: tile

Thickness: 9.5mm

Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China (Mainland)

 

Coverage: 2.78 S/SQM
Piece(s): 7 per Box
Length: 500 MM (20 Inch)
Width: 500 MM (20 Inch)
Weight: 30 KGS (80 lbs)
Composition: Porcelain 
Design: Tile
Surface Type: Smooth
Edges: Square
Ends: Square
Application: Indoor only, Floors 
Warranty*: N/A 
Install Type: Thin-Set
Usage: Commercial or Residential

7pcs.ctn, 30kgs.ctn, 1.75sqm.ctn

MOQ: 3*20FCL and 1*20 FCL for stock

Lead Time: 5 working days for 1*20FCL 

 

Packing & Delivery of Porcelain Tile Polished Soluble Salt A6010

Packaging Details: PCS IN CARTON; CARTONS IN PALLET; PALLETS IN CONTIANER

Delivery Detail: 20 WORKING DAY USUALLY ,FOR STOCK, JUST NEED ONE WEEK 

 

Application/Usage of Porcelain Tile Polished Soluble Salt A6010

Mainly in living room, kitchen, bathroom, balcony wall ground and local background wall etc.

 

FAQ of Porcelain Tile Polished Soluble Salt A6010

Q: What is the payment term?
Both T/T and L/C are OK.

Q: Could you please provide the samples?
Yes, we can provide you the free samples. But express delivery cost is to be collected.

Q: Where it could be used?
The living room, kitchen, bathroom, balcony wall ground and local background wall etc.

Q: What about the lead time for mass production?
It depends on the order quantity and the season you place the order.
Generally speaking, we suggest that you start inquiry two months before the date you would like
to get the products at your country. 

Q: What are the terms of delivery?
We accept EXW, FOB, CIF, etc. You can choose the one which is the most convenient or cost effective for you. 

Advantages:

A. Our company is a state-owned group company. So we have good reputation and credibility.
B. We own many inquiries in China, Brazil, Iran, India to ensure our supply of different types of granite, marble, limestone, C. sandstone. We are a professional manufacturer so we can provide you various tiles with high quality and best price.
D. We have more than 5 years exports experience. So we can make your order more smoothly.
E. All of our goods will pass THREE QUALITY INSPECTIONS before shipment.
F. Best after sale service, customer can follow their orders situation any time, no matter on production line, warehouse or shipment.
G. Special dimensions are available according to your request.
H. We have many certifications of our tiles

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Q:Why the new tiles are double? What material, so good?
It is not Yeah, Hongyu tiles on all the whole body bricks, all a layer, so that the selection of more detailed, with a higher specification, the quality is so more stable
Q:Anyone ever tiled a counter top?
Its best to start with a plywood core. Thinset adheres best to it, and adhesion is the name of the game. If you think about laminate, its not a good surface for your mortar to bind to, as a result your tiles will pop off and look like a crappy job no matter how much care is taken. Some will tell you you CAN do it, and you can. Scar the top up thoroughly with a carpet knife, make deep score so the thinset mortar has something to bind to. But for the few extra bucks, I'd toss the top into the dumpster, and lay down a good solid plywood base.
Q:Were my vinyl tile/planks installed correctly?
The new vinyl floor should only have been applied to a good, sound and stable substrate. If the tiles underneath were chipping, flaking, bubbling or falling apart there is no way the new flooring should have been applied. Most asbestos tile comes up easily and requires basic Personal Protective Equipment. Not like asbestos pipe installation...the nasty stuff. Another option is to remove the loose tile and fill with a latex floor patch...not the best option, but OK for most. A better option is a 1/4 plywood underlayment on top of the tile and under the new vinyl. You still need to remove lose or bad tile and level uneven areas, but the new plywood underlayment will give you a much more stable surface. You'll need to prime the plywood with a floor primer and also consider a new threshold to account for the elevation difference.
Q:How can I Remove stain from my Kitchen ceramic Tiles?
Water and vinegar. Hi I'm Nick the Tile Man Check out my web site for free informative ads. You can purchase and tile cleaner and sealer but buy the good one not a cheaper one that last a few months.
Q:Stick on Tile?
You can, but it would be best to find the same tile and replace the tile itself.
Q:Ceiling tiles - whats the best way to install 1 and a half ceiling tiles?
Most ceiling tiles have a tounge groove so each tile fits into another. When you are piecing in tiles it's impossible to get the tounges in the grooves without breaking them. I would suggest, cutting off the tounges with a razor knife and install with Liquid nails or some other construction adhesive. To keep the tiles in place while the glue is drying, cut a 2X4 long enough and put it under the tile while the glue sets up. You might want to put a towell between the tile and the 2X4 to keep from damaging the tile. For the 1/2 tile, score the backside of a tile with a razor knife then break it in half.
Q:travertine tile?
Try steam cleaning
Q:Laying Tile Flooring??
first take a 4 foot level and place it on the floor move it around and look between the level and the floor for gaps. small ones are ok any more than 3/8 should be filled with self levelling concrete. do a dry run with your tiles. from the door to the wall and 90 degrees to that to the other wall.like an L shape. you don't want to have to cut a half inch of tile to make the wall sh space them at the start to end with about 1/2 tile on the finish wall. and the one thing no one will tell you is if you look on the back of the tile you will see paint lines going in one direction all the tiles should be layed with the line going in the same direction. use adhesive concrete to hold down the tile and use the spacers for your grout lines.
Q:How to remove tile?
If it where on drywall, I would take off the drywall - gut down to the studs. If its on plaster, get a wide chisel and hammer away...Sometimes a 6 drywall knife works to srape off tile then you have some drywall repair- skim coating. Hopefully, for your sake, the tile is on drywall - a newer home...
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.

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