|Approximate Tile Size||6x8||Product Length (in.)||6 in|
|Product Thickness (mm)||5 mm||Product Width (in.)||8 in|
|Suggested Grout Line Size||1/8|
|Application Location||Backsplash, Wall||Break Strength (lb.)||250 lb|
|Commercial / Residential||Commercial / Residential||Edge Type||Beveled|
|Flooring Look||Metal Look||Flooring Product Type||Glass Tile|
|Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor||Installation Method||Peel and Stick|
|Location||Bathroom, Garage, Kitchen||Minimum Acclimation Period||No Acclimation Required|
|Returnable||90-Day||Tile Features||Anti-Microbial, Frost Resistant, Rectified Edge|
|Tile Finish||Polished||Tile Format||Standard|
|Tile Material||Glass||Water Protection||Water Resistant|
A: Hi Nina, thanks for your interest. Abolos Instaset mastic adhesive will bond to any surface that is flat, dry, non porous, and free of debris. High moisture or humidity and heat will loosen the bond so we do not recommend this for shower or pool applications. It is highly recommended to test a small area first before applying to entire wall. For more information, please refer to our installation and use and care manuals. For immediate assistance, contact us at 888-862-8397 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you -Erica, Abolos
A: Hi Jess, thank you for your interest. There are 16 sq. ft. 96 pieces per box. Each piece has 0.167 sq. ft. per piece. If you would like to speak with us, please contact us at our customer service department 888-862-8397 or email@example.com. Happy Tiling! -Erica, Team Abolos
A: Hi Bill, we recommend using a hand tool such as a snap and score glass tile cutter. Power tools may create jagged edges.
A: Hi Bill, We recommend cutting with a hand tool such as a snap and score glass tile cutter. Power tools will create jagged edges. For best results, make the pattern on the wall before placing tiles because our peel and stick is extremely strong and you will not be able to move tiles after a couple seconds. If we can be of further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us directly. Thank you for your interest in our products. -Erica, Team Abolos
A: Hello Bill, Thanks for the question. Here is our recommendation for cutting those tiles. To cut, score the glass lightly on the front or unpainted side of the tile along the desired cut line and snap along the line. To snap the tile, place the tip of a tapered hardwood dowel, similar to the size of a pencil, directly under the edge of the scored line and place even pressure on both sides. Carbide wheel glass-scoring tools are available at nearly all hardware stores. A very useful and important tool for all glass tile installations is a pair of GLASS RUN PLIERS. Using glass run pliers allows the installer to easily cut and trim ABOLOS glass tiles. Cuts as thin as 3/8” or smaller are possible. Once the tile surface is scored, the score line is aligned with a white stripe on the top of the pliers jaw. Slight pressure applied to the pliers will snap the glass. When score cutting, be sure to use the Glass Run Pliers to affect the initial cutting of the glass. Then, while holding the tile face up, separate the tile with a downward motion allowing the cut edge to sever the tile membrane. Hope this info helps. Thanks again for your interest in Abolos Tiles. Team Abolos
A: Hi Bob! We recommend to use a hand tool to cut such as a score and snap tile cutter.
A: It’s very difficult to cut them
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