Where can I use a mosaic tile?
A mosaic usage is popular as backsplash which is usually installed between cabinets and counter tops in kitchens, bathrooms or any other space that you want to create that extra “wow” look. Mosaic tiles can be made of glass, aluminium, subway tiles, marble or tumbled marble. A lot of our mosaic tiles inter connect to give the modern look using less joints thus a cleaner feel.
What is the difference between a floor tile and a wall tile?
The difference between a floor tile and a wall tile is the strength. Floor tiles are made of porcelain, glazed or unglazed, but can also be used on walls. A wall tile has a very thin glaze on the surface, which is very delicate, therefor is recommended to use on walls only.
How to care for TILES & SINK sinks?
TILES & SINK sinks are constructed using a high grade type 304 stainless steel to ensure a lifetime elegance with a regular day to day wear and tear. However, it is not indestructible and needs your attention to care for it and clean it. Simply a daily cleaning with a mild soapy sponge or cloth and finally a rinse with warm water after each use and dry with a towel using a dabbing motion. This will help slow down the formation of mineral deposit and staining caused by some product which may contain chlorides.
How to care for TILES & SINK faucets?
Always clean with a damp non-abrasive sponge any water from faucet surface and blot dry with a clean soft cloth. Allowing water to evaporate on the surface can lead to mineral build up which can tarnish and rust. Avoid industrial cleaners or any bleach based cleaners which can damage your finish.