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Glass Tiles FAQs
Glass tiles offer a wonderfully low maintenance solution for any application, making for a stunning option for the home as well as an elegant feature wall tile for commercial and retail projects. Glass mosaic tiles are the most popular format when it comes to glass tile options; these types of tiles allow for an incredibly flexible design solution that is available in an endless array of colours and patterns to choose from, allowing you to completely explore your creativity when creating that perfect colour scheme!
The Advantages of Glass Tiles
Glass tiles provide a simple to clean surface finish for any area of the home. Glass is a non-porous material that will not absorb liquid or powder spills. These stain-proof tiles can be used in a vast range of applications both inside and outside of the home with varieties available for use as a decorative wall tile, textured floor tile for the home, as a pool tile and more. You will also find that glass tiles are available in a virtually endless range of designs, colours and patterns, allowing for complete creative control when designing your home. Furthermore, you will also find many recycled glass tile options available, allowing for a sustainable approach to your next design project.
Can Glass Tiles be used as a Floor Tile?
Certain varieties of glass tiles can be used as an interior floor tile in a residential setting, being especially popular as a bathroom floor tile. Enamelled glass tiles are the most appropriate solution for this application, offering a hard wearing and durable flooring option that is simple to clean thanks to the many hygienic benefits of glass.
How to use Glass Tiles in the Home
Glass tiles offer a versatile design solution for the home with certain varieties being a suitable option as a floor tile and others making for the perfect feature wall tile option. Create luxurious feature walls throughout your home’s interior spaces using glass splashback tiles, glass bathroom wall tiles and more! You will find an endless array of colours available in glass mosaic tiles from deep, red tiles to lush Mediterranean blue tiles and plenty more. Another exciting possibility available in glass tiles is the ability to create stunning works of art throughout the home using mosaic tile murals. These collections are made up of contrasting coloured tiles that are combined to create stunning works of art! Mosaic tile murals can be included throughout the home’s interior spaces to add a glamorous finishing touch to any style of interior, adding a glamorous feature to your entryways, bathroom, kitchen and more.
Do Glass Tiles Require Sealing?
No, glass is a non-porous material and will not require sealing.
How to Lay Glass Mosaic Tiles
Glass tiles are most often sold in sheets; the individual mosaic tiles are attached to a mesh sheeting to enable ease of installation. If your glass tiles are in a pattern or mural style, they will be labelled on the back to ensure their correct sequence. Sheets are attached to the area being tiled and grouted using either a traditional cement based grout or an epoxy grout. Epoxy grouts are steadily increasing in popularity thanks to the many benefits provided by this material: a quality epoxy grout will assist in the prevention of dirt and grime build-up in your tile grout while also offering a stain and water resistant finish, enhancing the low maintenance qualities of a glass tiled area.
How to Clean Glass Tiles
Glass tiles provide a surface finish that is non-porous and resistant to staining. You will normally only require warm soapy water to keep them clean during your regular cleaning routine. For caked-on dirt, gently scrape the dirt away with a soft scourer before cleaning the area with water. You can also use traditional window cleaning products on glass tiles such as glass cleaning sprays, wipes or pads for a streak-free shin