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Black Matt Patterned Slate Wall & floor tile, Sample, (L)300mm (W)300mm
This sample wall & floor tile is ideal for worktops. It's suitable for splash areas.
- Surface finish - Matt
Features and Benefits
- Tiles require sealing
- Recommend fitting with a minimum grout line of up to 2mm
- Recommended grout colour: Grey or white
- Recommended trim: Grey or white
These are fine
pumastu - 10 months ago
Been down in my bathroom for years, don't recall any issues...they aren't actual slate so I don't get the review suggesting issues with that!
For the price exactly as expected.
Freddy the Fox - 1 year ago
NO THICKNESS DIMENSION SO SHOULD SOMEONE HEAVY STEP ON THEM, THEN THEY COULD CRACK.
NO ANTI-SLIP RATING (I.E R9 TO R13).
Natural tile that looks good
nitramb - 1 year ago
I needed two packs of these tiles to lay in my fireplace for a woodburner, we bought three packs and found no breakages in any. The tiles cut well (using the tile cutter attachment on my Worx Handycut) without much loss of slate and without any unwanted breakages. I was even able to chamfer the edges of the tiles that were going to be at the front. One pack of tiles taken back for refund as unused.
I was very impressed with the finished article, it looks great. The most difficult part of the job was laying the tiles to get an even finish due to their naturally different thicknesses, but played around with the arrangement until it was roughly right. They need a couple of coats of sealer before putting into use.
DO NOT BUY rubbish tiles split, break & sharp
Annoyed builder - 1 year ago
Not fit for purpose an extremely time consuming expensive mistake. If I could put minus a million stars I would. Any good review must be staff. B&q shouldn't sell this forced to put a star on to submit a review.
Does what it says on the tin
DRAXXMENVONE - 5 years ago
Nice looking tiles. Seem of good enough quality. But plenty extra as you will find plenty of broken tiles. Just return the broken ones. Fitted these in my bathroom years ago. Cut them into strips no problem. Still there today. I sealed them to make them waterproof which might have helped.