What thickness for a good tile?

What thickness for a good tile?

What thickness for a good tile?

Therefore, to a large format tile of 60 cm by 60 cm, we advise you to choose a thickness of floor tile at least 12mm. For smaller tiles of 30 cm by 30 cm, a thickness 10 mm minimum may be sufficient.

What thickness of adhesive for exterior paving?

In pose gluedwe recommend a thickness average 12 to 15 mm.

Why are tiling tiles peeling off?

Indeed, if the adhesive does not have the required adhesion properties, we risk seeing our tiling tiles peeling off little by little. And if the glue is of poor quality, the laying of the tiles will suffer.

How to choose your tiles?

If it is obvious that your tiles must please you on the aesthetic level, you will have to quickly take into account the use of your room for lack of making very bad choices. Before choosing your tiles, ask yourself the right questions: what type of room will receive the tiles?

Which glue to choose for swimming pool tiles?

Morality: it is essential to choose an adhesive specially designed for swimming pool tiles which has strong adhesion characteristics, which can be applied outdoors, both on the floor and on the walls, and which is designed to withstand the water pressure.

What are the different types of glue sticks?

There are three different sizes of glue, 12mm, 7mm and oval. Here are their specificities: The 12 mm glue stick is the standard size. The glue sticks needed for installation, fixing and repair are all 12mm.