Soluble Salt Tiles

Soluble Salt Vitrified Tiles

Soluble Salt Tiles are made of ivory and come in both plain and decorative varieties. They are improved and standard versions of ceramic tiles. Soluble Salt Tiles are created by applying intense pressure to the soluble salt solutions on their surface. The liquid that has been infused gives the tile the appropriate color and pattern. After being heated in the kiln, the tile material absorbs the soluble salt to paint the design on the tile. The tiles are smoothed out after the screen printing procedure and then covered with a nanomaterial coating. Soluble Salt Tiles are well-suited for all interior spaces, including kitchens, baths, living rooms, bedrooms, and drawing rooms. Here are a few notable qualities of Soluble Salt Tiles:-

  • Looks aesthetically pleasing.
  • Water-Resistant.
  • Stain-Resistant.
  • Anti-bacterial property.

Our high-quality soluble salt tiles come in a variety of sizes, styles, and finishes, and our assortment also helps the interiors look appealing. Our entire collection is finely polished and has a smooth texture. Lavish’s exclusive line of soluble salt tiles is specially designed to offer your room a luxurious appearance at a reasonable cost. Whether you want to adorn the floor with the most contemporary or modern collection, we have you covered. Before making a purchase, check out the costs, features, and reviews of soluble salt tiles.

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Soluble Salt Tiles

Soluble Salt Nano Porcelain/Vitrified Floor Tile

Soluble Salt Vitrified Tiles FAQS

Soluble Salt Tiles are made of ivory and come in both plain and decorative varieties. The tile’s surface is printed with the design utilising the liquid colour screen printing technique.

Screen Printing and Polishing are the two main processes of making soluble salt tiles. However, in making hen double-charge vitrified, they are fed through a press, and a double layer of pigment, which is 3 to 4 mm thicker than the pigment used on other types of tiles, is used to print the pattern.

During the Manufacturing Process, Soluble Salts are employed to permeate the tile’s surface and impart its colour, pattern, and design. However, one disadvantage of soluble salt vitrified tiles is that, as a result of repeated use and mistreatment, the tile design may fade away after a few years.

Soluble Salt Tiles are used to give a shining and elegant appearance to the interiors of homes such as bedrooms, baths, kitchens, etc.

Making a paste with equal parts vinegar and baking soda is the quickest approach to getting rid of stains or dirt on the tile surface. Apply this homemade paste to the damaged tiles and let it sit there for a short while. After that, the tiles should be scrubbed with a sponge or an old, soft toothbrush before being thoroughly cleaned with water.

The Cost of Soluble Salt Tiles may range from Size and per square feet. You can select different patterns and designs of affordable 60×60 Soluble Salt Tiles from our collection.

No. Soluble Salt Tiles do not require high maintenance. Just regular dusting and mopping with a mild cleanser will work in keeping the luster and shine of the tiles intact.

Yes. To generate nano-polished Soluble Salt Tiles, liquid silica is used on the surface of Vitrified Soluble Salt Tiles.

Yes. Soluble Salt Tiles are a great choice for bathroom floors. Moreover, these tiles are well-suited for all interior spaces, including kitchens, baths, living rooms, bedrooms, and drawing rooms.

Soluble Salt Tiles are a great option for interior use because they are anti-bacterial, helping to keep your flooring clean and hygienic. Also, they give an aesthetic touch to the interiors and are resistant to water and stain.

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