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U.S. Ceramic Tile

Model UWGL403-4

Internet #203211428

Store SKU #623907

Glass Celeste 4 in. x 4 in. Unglazed Insert Wall Tile

$3.15 /each

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This U.S. Ceramic Tile 4 in. x 4 in. Celeste Glass Insert Wall Tile features a light, warm tone with a high-gloss finish to add style to any wall installation. This glass tile is a perfect complement to a variety of tile materials and formats to add a luminescent quality to your design layout, and with other trim and deco pieces available, you can create a distinctive look that reflects your personality or a more traditional appeal to suit the nature of the space as desired. The impervious quality of the tile makes it frost resistant and ideal for backsplashes, showers or exterior walls.

  • 0.1256 square feet per piece, each piece sold individually. Piece weight equals 0.451 lb.
  • Grade 1, first quality glass tile for wall and countertop use
  • 4 in. long x 4 in. wide x 1/4 in. thick
  • Unglazed smooth finish with a high sheen and a uniform appearance in tone
  • P.E.I. Rating 0 is suitable for wall and countertop installations only
  • Residential and commercial use
  • C.O.F. does not apply for wall applications
  • Frost resistant for indoor or outdoor applications
  • Residential and commercial use
  • Learn how to get a Lifetime Warranty by using Custom Building Products from The Home Depot. Visit www.homedepot.com/CBP
  • Don’t forget your coordinating trim pieces, grout, backerboard, thinset and installation tools
  • This item is available for in store purchase only
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for design cuts and patterns

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Can this product be installed without grout?

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Yes, we agree with the first reply.
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January 1, 2016
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Hello Rcronk and thank you for your question.
Yes, you will need to grout this tile. Be sure to use a non-sanded grout and keep the grout joints less than 1/8 inch. Once completed, be sure to seal the grout to resist staining.
Best wishes on your project.
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Can I buy a case of these to save money?

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Sorry, we only sell this item by the piece. Same cost. Ask your Home Depot Store associate.
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can this tile be installed on existing tile

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Not all thin-sets (nor polymer modified thinsets) are capable of bonding directly to tile. Please consult the grout and mortar manufacturers specified for their recommended thinsets. Also, depending on the tile already installed, in some cases the tile must be mechanically abraded to insure a good bond - this is usually best determined with a "bond test. For more information please visit: Read More
Not all thin-sets (nor polymer modified thinsets) are capable of bonding directly to tile. Please consult the grout and mortar manufacturers specified for their recommended thinsets. Also, depending on the tile already installed, in some cases the tile must be mechanically abraded to insure a good bond - this is usually best determined with a "bond test. For more information please visit: https://www.tcnatile.com/faqs/75-tiling-over-tile. Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome! We bought these to replace acrylic-type walls that surrounded our tub. We went to a local Home Depot to stop for new tiles, but the store's selection wasn't very interesting for ceramic tiles. So I decided to shop Home Depot's website and found these very pretty, ocean- or pool-blue glass tiles. Fortunately, they had a few of these at our local store, so I was able to view the real product before ordering. Since they didn't have enough of these in the store for our project, we had to special-order them and even though we were told it might take up to 2 weeks, they arrived within one week. They are kind of pricey at almost $3 a tile, but if you're going redo bathroom walls, you might as well do it well for the next 10 years at least. My husband is still working on installing them, and I guess the most difficult part has been cutting certain tiles to size (for corners and around the faucet, etc.)They are glass so you have to have special tools, and there's always the fact that that the glass can and will chip sometimes. My husband, who's by no means a professional tile installer, has been doing this project all by himself and he's doing a good job. I will post a picture when the project is all done! August 22, 2013
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