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SomerTile 11.25x12-in Posh Penny Round Blueberry Porcelain Mosaic Tile (Pack of 10)
Add a lovely touch to your indoor or outdoor space with this pack of blue, porcelain mosaic tiles from SomerTile. A case of ten classic, penny-round mosaics complete this set.
ITEM#: 14982508Add a lovely touch to your indoor or outdoor space with this pack of blue, porcelain mosaic tiles from SomerTile. A case of ten classic, penny-round mosaics complete this set.
- PEI 0 is suitable for walls and residential use only
- Grade 1
- Glazed matte, smooth and iridescent finishes and a uniform appearance in tone
- Materials: Glazed porcelain mosaic
- Dimensions: 11.25 inches x 12 inches x 0.15 inches
- Square footage per case: 9.4 square feet
- Case weight: 18 pounds
- Case of ten (10) tiles
Porcelain is a type of ceramic. SomerTile guarantees that any product that has been advertised as such is in fact Porcelain.
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Hello nursemle, Thank you for inquiring about the SomerTile 11.25x12-in Posh Penny Round Blueberry Porcelain Mosaic Tile (Pack of 10). It is not recommended for floor tile. Thank you for shopping with us.
What is the thickness in mm?
Hi burniromo, these sheets of tile are 3.8mm thick. Thanks for your interest, hope this helps!
Can this tile be installed as outdoor pool tile?
Hello kpagano, We do not recommend you use this for pool tile. I did find some that look the same that would be great for pool tile. Item#12457199 Thank you for shopping with us!
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