Flooring & Tiling

FILA takes care of new super-sized tiles

Introducing Almost-Invisible Edge Protection from Schlüter

Following an intensive research and product development process, Schlüter-Systems is pleased to welcome a revolutionary new slim-line contour profile to its ranks. Schlüter®-FINEC offers near-invisible edge protection for the corners of tile and stone installations, satisfying the demands of both tile protection and design aesthetics. The profiles are particularly ideal for use with glass mosaics and thin-format tiles as they are extremely slim-line, allowing for the creation of discreet flowing detail. Unlike comparable offerings from other suppliers, Schlüter®-FINEC is available in both anodised aluminium and V2A stainless steel, meaning that

discreet edges are possible in both standard and heavy-duty applications. This new addition to Schlüter’s renowned range of profiles is also easy to cut and mitre, making for quick finishing, less wastage and reduced frustration on the part of the installer.

Schlüter-Systems is committed to continually expanding the range of options available to specifiers and tilers, allowing for increased creativity and the highest quality finishes. Call for more information.

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CRL Stone taps into the tile market with Ceralsio F

ollowing the success of its Ceralsio porcelain surface, CRL Stone has launched tiles for walls and floors, for a seamless finish in the kitchen and bathroom.

Available to match the kitchen worktop and bathroom countertop, Ceralsio tiles are extremely durable, non-porous and resistant to scratches, stains and UV rays making them ideal for internal and external applications.

Ceralsio tiles are available in two thicknesses – 6mm for wall cladding and 10mm for floor tiling -

and a large choice of sizes from 30 x 30 cm to 150 x 300 cm responding to the trend for large format tiles in the contemporary bathroom and kitchen. As a non-porous surface, the build-up of bacteria or mould is prevented with Ceralsio, while no extra care or special products are needed to clean it. A mild cleaning product is all that is required to keep the surface looking as good as new.

Available in 25 colours, Ceralsio tiles tap into the latest trends in interior design, offering a natural palette that works in harmony with overall setting.

Team the porcelain flooring and wall tiling with a worktop or countertop made from the same durable material for continuity of design throughout the room.

For more information call CRL Stone or for free samples click on the website.

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In response to the latest tile trends, FILA has introduced a new recommended care solution for large and extra-large format porcelain and ceramics. The new programme includes FILA products for a surface Builder’s Clean – and for cleaning of the tile back, to remove possible suction cup marks – as well as treatments for ongoing maintenance.

The new programme, which ensures a pristine installation and easy ongoing maintenance, is carried out using DETERDEK and/or FILACR10; FILAPS87 and FILACLEANER. DETERDEK is a safe and fumeless acid solution that’s

free from hydrochloric acid. As well as cleaning the face of the tile after grouting, FILA also recommends using DETERDEK to pre-clean the back of the tile before installation, to remove impurities and ensure good adhesion. After installation, DETERDEK is used to remove adhesive and cementitious grout residues or FILACR10 to safely and effectively remove epoxy residues, whilst FILAPS87 – an alkaline-based deep cleaner – removes possible marks left by suction cups.

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Arctic white, polished 32 BKU DECEMBER 2017

Marquina, natural for flooring and wall cladding and Calacatta vanity top

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