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MS International

Model # LPNLSCALGLD624

Internet # 202902386

Store SKU # 540079

California Gold Ledger Panel 6 in. x 24 in. Natural Slate Wall Tile (4 sq. ft. / case)

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$4.98 /sq. ft.
Covers 4.00 sq. ft.
$19.92 /case

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  • Outdoor safe
  • Random variation in tone creates a unique look
  • Genuine natural stone for wall application only

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Model # LPNLSCALGLD624

Internet # 202902386

Store SKU # 540079

MS International California Gold Ledger Panel 6 in. x 24 in. Wall Tile is a Natural Stone Slate with a symbiosis of bold earthy tones. With a large selection of sizes and accessories to choose from, this tile can easily be laid in a pattern or single layout and is suitable for residential and commercial installations. Note: Inspect all tiles before installation. Natural stone products inherently lack uniformity and are subject to variation in color, shade, finish, etc. It is recommended to blend tiles from different boxes when installing. Natural stones may be characterized by dry seams and pits that are often filled. The filling can work its way out and it may be necessary to refill these voids as part of a normal maintenance procedure. All natural stone products should be sealed with a penetrating sealer. After installation, vendor disclaims any liabilities.

  • 4 square feet, 4 pieces per case. Case weight is 52 lb.
  • Grade 1, first-quality natural slate tile for wall use
  • 6 in. width x 24 in. length x 0.75 - 1 1/2 in. thick
  • Natural finish with a low sheen and random variation in tone
  • P.E.I. Rating is not applicable for natural stone
  • Vitreous flooring has water absorption of more than 0.5% but less than 3% for indoor use and some outdoor applications
  • C.O.F. rating is not applicable for wall tile
  • Completely frost resistant for indoor or outdoor applications
  • Residential and commercial use
  • Genuine Stone
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim pieces grout backerboard thinset and installation tools
  • All online orders for this item ship via common carrier or parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for design cuts and patterns
  • This is a GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified and GREENGUARD Children and Schools Certified product

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Approximate Tile Size 
6x24 
Product Length (in.) 
24 
Product Thickness (mm) 
25 
Product Width (in.) 
6.0 
Suggested Grout Line Size 
1/8 
Details
Color Family 
Multi 
Color/Finish 
Multi Color 
Commercial / Residential 
Commercial / Residential 
Flooring Product Type 
Slate Tile 
Number of Tiles per Case 
4.0 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Style Type 
Contemporary 
Tile Features 
Frost Resistant,Radiant/Underfloor Warming Heating 
Tile Finish 
Natural 
Tile Material 
Slate 
Tile Use 
Accent Wall,Bath Wall,Exterior Wall,Fireplace Facade,Outdoor,Shower Wall 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
n/a 

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Approximate Tile Size: 6x24
Color Family: Multi
Price: $10 - $20
Style Type: Contemporary
Brand: MS International
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Can you use a standard wet saw for cutting these or is there a particular type of wet saw needed?

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Centreville, VA
February 19, 2013
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August 25, 2014
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I used my cheapie wet tile saw (it's a Skil). Worked just find with a diamond blade. I also have a handheld grinder and I bought a diamond blade for that too. There are some cuts you'll need to make for which a tile saw might be too big. So the smaller handheld is handy to have around.
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Yes
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Lyles, TN, USA
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March 12, 2013
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We did NOT use a wet saw. We used a table saw with a diamond blade. And we did not have any breakage(or) cracking issues.
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Annapolis
February 24, 2013
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I am sure a wet saw will work fine. I used a King Diamond blade in my circular saw for the edges as well as a 4" grinder to cut out electrical box openings. I made all cut from the back and it worked out great, no chip or snaps of the tile. I recommend to cut outside if you are able.
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February 20, 2013
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I used a standard wet saw to cut my slate. I just took my time so the slate would not crack. It worked great.
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February 19, 2013
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Thank you for your question. In general California Gold Ledger Panel 6 In. x 24 In. Natural Slate Tile can be cut using wet saw. For further assistance please contact Home Depot Customer Service.
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In most pictures posted it looks like this doesn't need to be grouted? Almost like a ledge stone. Is that correct?

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January 12, 2013
Would like to know if grout should be used on interior install for a border or back splash install.
Also can this be installed inside a shower. Will it hold up to water , moisture etc. and in this case will it take grout?
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This is natural stone, unfinished surface. It will absorb water, soap or anything else you use in your shower. It will harbor mildew. It will be VERY DIFFICULT to clean. If you cook at all, you need to be able to wipe a backsplash clean, right? That's why they use the word "splash." Can't imagine it would perform well in a shower or as a backsplash. Unless you are comfortable with having to replace in in Read More
This is natural stone, unfinished surface. It will absorb water, soap or anything else you use in your shower. It will harbor mildew. It will be VERY DIFFICULT to clean. If you cook at all, you need to be able to wipe a backsplash clean, right? That's why they use the word "splash." Can't imagine it would perform well in a shower or as a backsplash. Unless you are comfortable with having to replace in in a year, I would not apply it in a shower or backsplash. Read Less
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Annapolis
February 24, 2013
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There is no grout needed. I installed it as a backsplash and it looks great. There are rough edges so I don't know if I would use it in a shower. It is stone so moisture shouldn't be an issue.
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January 16, 2013
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We choose not to grout, I prefer the natural stacked look. And we have now done the exterior (skirting) of our log home in same (un grouted material). We live in Tennessee....so it is withstanding ice & sleet at this very moment. I remain unsure about using it in a place that remains moist due to fungus possibly growing, or I'd guarantee it would be in my shower area as well. We love, love, love it.....
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January 14, 2013
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Thank you for your question. Grout is not recommended for California Gold 6 In. x 24 In. Natural Slate Tile. It is recommended that a professional installer/designer be consulted for determining the suitability, maintainability and installation of the item for a particular installation.
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January 14, 2013
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Yes, no grout is needed and it still looks great.
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Can this product be attached to a painted brick wall? What preparations are needed for the existing brick wall and what adhesive is recommended?

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Yes, however proper prep is required.
1st you need to properly clean the brick area with a pressure washer and scrub brush. After the area is clean and dry you will need to paint all the bricks with a cement binder like weld-crete. I believe Home Depot has products similar to this from sikaflex or rapid set.
After the bonder dries you should be able to safely adhere your stone over the bricks with
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Yes, however proper prep is required.
1st you need to properly clean the brick area with a pressure washer and scrub brush. After the area is clean and dry you will need to paint all the bricks with a cement binder like weld-crete. I believe Home Depot has products similar to this from sikaflex or rapid set.
After the bonder dries you should be able to safely adhere your stone over the bricks with mortar.
If you wanted to go one extra step and ensure your stone were getting great adhesion for a long lifetime product, I would float the bricks surface with 1/2 inch mortar after painting with the weld-crete, then apply my stone to my mortar surface.
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Go back over and look at my answer on prepping a fireplace.
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April 9, 2013
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Yes I believe you could put it on a brick wall. I would scape the painted brick with a wire brush & then use liquid nails or construction adhesive that is specifically for landscape pavers for concrete to concrete adhesion.
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Thank you for your question. It is recommended that a professional installer be consulted for determining the suitability/maintainability of the item for this particular installation. Please contact the Home Depot Customer service for further assistance.
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Can this product be applied with thinset to cement board?

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We used thinset on our wall of this and it is 11 feet tall and it has been up for about a year with no issues. We used it with the stone board as a backer and so far it is good. BUT we only did about 4 feet high and let that set up for a few days before going up the wall higher.
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Yes!
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We applied with Liquid Nails over plywood. Covered 25'L x 9'H
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Thank you for your question. It is recommended that a professional installer be consulted for advise on a particular project. In general this item can be installed by applying thin-set with a cement backer-board.
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