Posted on December 14, 2009
It is quite easy to find a mosaic tile you like. You just have to make sure it’s the right one for your floor and choose a mosaic tile that’s quite rated for the area where you plan to install it. Notice that entryways need a hard, abrasion-resistant and moisture-proof tile. If we talk about baths you should know that they require a moisture-proof non-slip material. Slip-resistant tile is usually treated with an abrasive material to “rough up” the smooth surface of tile for safety. Also we should notice that some mosaic tiles are rated for indoor or outdoor use only, but others can be used in either application.
Floor tile is usually 1/2″ to 3/4″ thick and it is manufactured in squares measuring usually 4″x4″ up to 24″x 24″. Also you should know that other different shapes, such as octagonal and hexagonal are available. You can compare that wall tile is thinner and comes in squares from 3″x 3″ up to 6″x 6″.
Usually mosaic tiles are two inches square or even smaller and can be installed individually. Also mosaic tiles are available in pre-mounted paper or different fabric mesh sheets.
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