Teach you how to identify the quality of ceramic t

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Ceramic tile is the outermost material laid on the ground in the family environment. Many owners do not know how to identify the quality of ceramic tile laying, which leads to a lot of trouble. In fact, the tiling depends on the skill of the master. Here's how to identify the quality of tile laying

ceramic tile is the outermost material laid on the ground or wall in the family environment. Ceramic tile laying mainly depends on the craftsmanship of the master, but it is not easy to find a good master at ease. Many owners don't know how to identify the quality of ceramic tile paving, which eventually brings a lot of trouble. It is very beneficial for the owner to learn the relevant knowledge of ceramic tile paving. Now I will teach you how to identify the quality of ceramic tile paving

a method for distinguishing the quality of ceramic tile paving

1. Check the flatness of ceramic tile paving. You can use about 2m long aluminum alloy square tubes (or other items that can be used as guiding rules) on the pasted ceramic tiles. If the ceramic tile surface can be closely and seamlessly with the square tubes, it is a very qualified ceramic tile construction

2. Check the reserved joints during the laying of ceramic tiles. Through visual inspection of the paved ceramic tiles, the reserved joints are perpendicular to each other horizontally and vertically, and the joints are uniform. The filling materials between the joints are not overflowing or concave, and the joints between the closely pasted materials should meet the requirements

3. Check whether there is hollowing in the tile paving. Use a wooden stick or hammer a wooden handle, falsely hold the stick with two fingers, stand and walk while tapping the middle and four sides of each tile one by one. Pay attention to it, and be sure to check after 3 days of tiling. If the percussion sound is empty, it is empty drum sound, and the sound that sounds Dangdang indicates that it is relatively real, which is no problem. If the hollowing reaches 1/3 of the ceramic tile, the brick needs to be pasted again, otherwise it is easy to break or fall down in the future

II. Precautions for tile paving

1. Wall tiles

(1) when dealing with the base course, all kinds of dirt on the wall should be cleaned up and watered one day in advance. If the base course is a new wall, when 70% of the cement mortar is dry, bricks should be arranged, lines should be snapped, and wall bricks should be adhered

(2) before pasting, the tiles must be soaked in clean water for more than 2 hours, subject to the fact that the tiles do not bubble, take them out and dry them for use

(3) in case of pipelines, lamp switches, supporting parts of toilet equipment, etc. during paving, the whole brick must be used to cut and match, and it is forbidden to use non whole bricks to put together and paste

2. Floor tiles

(1) the tiles should be soaked for half a day before use, subject to the fact that the tiles do not bubble

(2) the kitchen and bathroom should have a slope of running water, without ponding and backflow. If the original waterproof layer is damaged during construction, waterproof treatment must be done. There is no leakage in the 12 hour test of ponding

(3) after the floor tile is laid, the brick surface should be covered with cardboard, and it should be at least 24 hours before walking on the brick surface. Precautions after Tiling: after 1 hour of tiling, the cement, joint sealant or other sticky objects left on the brick surface should be wiped clean in time, because it is difficult to clean after 4 hours of adhesion of joint sealant. After paving for 12 hours, the brick surface shall be knocked for inspection. If there is an empty drum sound, it shall be paved again. Walk 24 hours after the completion of brick paving, thoroughly scrub, and thoroughly clean the tiles with clean water mixed with detergent

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