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Tips for choosing bathroom tiles
The color of the tiles should be uniform, the surface finish and flatness should be good, the periphery should be regular, and the pattern should be complete. Take out a few pieces from the same packing box and compare whether there are color differences, distortions, missing edges, etc. defect. Place the water droplets on the back of the tile to see how fast the water is infiltrated after it is dispersed. Generally speaking, the slower the water absorption, the greater the density of the tile and the better the quality. Tap with a hard object, the more crisp the sound, the higher the degree of porcelain and the better the quality.
The most important thing in the selection of bathroom tiles is safety, non-slip, aesthetics, stain resistance, environmental protection, and no radiation. The higher the accuracy of the side length of the tiles, the better the effect after paving. Buying tiles is not only easy to construct, but also saves man-hours and auxiliary materials. Use a tape measure to measure whether there is any difference in the size and periphery of each tile. The one with high accuracy is the top grade.
The most important thing in the selection of bathroom tiles is beautiful, practical and environmentally friendly. Beauty is the color, pattern, flatness and geometric size of the tile itself. It is generally recommended to reserve a natural shrinkage gap of 1-1.5mm, because the tiles also need to expand and contract. The water absorption rate of wall tiles is about 10% or more. Use impervious, not non-absorbent.