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post #1 of Old 09-21-2009, 01:33 AM Thread Starter
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Stone Tile Comparison:

Stone Tile Comparison:
Granite tiles - Marble tiles - Pebble Tiles

Stone tiles are the often choice for the surface of high-end applications. They are expensive but they provide incomparable beauty and elegance.

If you are considering stone tiles, you should be aware of the general characteristics of all those stone tiles, and the options available to you, including installation, before making your final decision. Especially, when more and more applications use pebble tiles, you might need to consider pebble tiles for you bathroom or kitchen as well. Pebble tiles are made of naturn pebble stones glued to a backing mesh. The mesh can be cut by sissors to any designs. In addition, when you step on pebble tiles, you will get a massage to your feet. The following table is a sumery for the feature of the tiles.

Granite Tile
Marble Tile
Pebble tile
Slippery Surface
Resistant to Breakage & Scratch
Resitant to Chemicals,
Acids, Solvents, Oils

Based on the table shown above, the pebble tile is a very good choice for many application like bathroom, kitchen, backflash, fireplace, swimming pool, foutain, etc. And it turns to be a fashion now. Especially, check the company You can find the six different color pebble tile starting only from $6.29/sft with free shipping. This is the lowest price I found. Here are some picture I collected from Internet. They are really beatiful. Hope this will be helpful for you to make choices.

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Well, I screwed in the cultured marble with hardybacker screws and the walls seem very solid now. Much more so than before with just the construction glue. I bought some 50 grit sandpaper for my palm sander to scuff up the surface but it still is much more smooth than I would have expected. Any suggestions on scarring up the surface sufficiently?

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nice tips
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Thanks for sharing
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