Is Sintered Stone suitable for flooring?

Yes, Sintered Stone are highly wear-resistant. It's sturdy and perfect for high-traffic places.

Is Sintered Stone suitable for the fireplace wall?

Yes, the Sintered Stone has excellent fireproof and high-temperature resistance, which is ideal for fireplace surrounds.

Is Sintered Stone suitable for the bathroom?

Yes, the Sintered Stone can protect against water infiltration with almost zero water absorption, helping it hold off moisture and steam completely.

Is Sintered Stone easy to bend?

No, the Sintered Stone has excellent dimensional stability and sturdiness, so it won’t easily get deformation.

Can the Sintered Stone be installed on the wall?

Yes, the Sintered Stone may seem heavy, but actually it is not. It's relatively thin and light, very suitable for TV backdrop, hotel background, and other wall cladding or embellishments.

Can Sintered Stone be installed outdoor?

Yes, the Sintered Stone is available in paving or decking for many outdoor scenes such as urban garden, patio, and balcony, which can better protect the structural wall.

Why Sintered Stone suitable for indoor fitment?

Because Sintered Stone is safe, as it is non-radiation and formaldehyde-free. Its large format can reduce joints to create a seamless effect, and then enhance interior design aesthetics.

What else can I get from WIFi?

We also offer some custom fabrications of Sintered Stone, such as bathroom integrated sink, cabinet, vanity, etc. Please contact us for more detailed information.

How long will tiles last?

As long as you don't chip at the tile with any heavy or sharp objects, tile should last for the life of the home.

What are the types of porcelain tiles?

There are two basic types of porcelain, glazed porcelain and full body porcelain, also known as through body porcelain.

What finishes are available for porcelain tiles?

Polished or semi-polished: After firing this type of tile is mechanically polished to a reflective finish.


Glazed: A glaze is applied as the top layer of the tile. The finish may be smooth, matt or glossy.


Matt or natural finish: A tile with this finish typically comes out of the kiln and does not undergo any or much further processing.


Rock or structured finish: This tile has a textured finish, with ridges and dips; they are often used in external applications because of their anti-slip properties

How do I know how many tiles to buy?

As long as you know the dimensions of the walls or floor that you are tiling, you can work out the amount of tiles that you need.

How can I drill a hole through ceramic tile?

Use a carbide tipped masonry bit or diamond drill bit. Regular twist drill bits can't cut through the fire-hardened glaze.

What is the best way to cut a tile?

There are four easy ways to cut a ceramic or porcelain tiles.
·  Manual Tile Cutter – Best suited for making straight cuts in ceramic or porcelain tiles. Not suited for diagonal cuts, very tiny cuts, round cuts or larger formatted tiles as they won’t fit inside the cutter.
·  Tile Nippers – Best suited for making unusual or rounded cuts in tiles. Not suited for cutting large number of tiles.
·  Diamond Hole Saw – Best suited for making round holes in tiles. It has no other use.
·  Wet Saw – Best suited for large tile jobs where you need to make many cuts in tiles and different types of cuts in tiles. Not suited for making curved or rounded cuts.

What grout spacing do I need between tiles?

We usually recommend between 3mm and 5mm for floor tiles and no less than 1.5mm for wall tiles. Grout spacers are a fantastic way to ensure your grout lines are level and even.

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