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Fornace Matt Terracotta effect Porcelain Floor tile, Pack of 5, (L)494mm (W)494mm
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Fornace Matt Terracotta effect Porcelain Floor tile, Pack of 5, (L)494mm (W)494mm

£18.30
£15 per M2
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Product information

  • It is recommended not to use abrasive or corrosive cleaners. On completion of cleaning, make sure the surface is dry before use

Features and benefits

Make a big difference to your interior with this highly resistant and high quality décor tile

  • Classic finish inspired by traditional terraccotta for a rustic and authentic interior.
  • The tiles are finished with a glaze and are resistant against stains and water damage. Perfect for muddy footprints, rainy days & accidental spills
  • Choose from three colours and tile sizes. For the perfect finishing touch, matching skirting tiles are available with this product

Specifications

Abrasion classAC3
BrandColours
Breaking strength1300N
Coverage1.22m²
Edge profileUnrectified
EffectTerracotta effect
FinishMatt
LocationIndoor
MaterialPorcelain
Pack quantity5
Product length494mm
Product thickness10mm
Product width494mm
RangeFornace
StandardEN 14411
Surface finishSmooth
TextureSmooth
Product code3663602676409

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2.5 / 5(2 reviews)

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terry elwes - 25 days ago

These look nice and appear to be of good quality. However, you will need a diamond-tipped circular saw in a water bath to cut them. You cannot score and snap them using a manual tile cutter, as they shatter.

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Mike1909 - 1 year ago

I've got a professional Rubi tile cutter which makes straight cuts easy enough, but cutting a piece out of a tile is extremely difficult. I'm using a 115mm angle grinder and a diamond blade but it is noisy, dusty and extremely slow.