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Trentie White Gloss Metro Ceramic Wall tile, Pack of 48, (L)200mm (W)100mm
- Suitable for Kitchen & bathroom
- Not suitable for underfloor heating
- Does not require sealing
- While cleaning, never use an abrasive or corrosive cleaning product, avoid shocks with sharp objects, wipe with a damp cloth if necessary.
- 2 years guarantee
Features and benefits
- Be creative with laying patterns for a unique look or mix and match colours
- Recommend fitting with a minimum grout line of 2mm
- Stain resistant
- Recommended grout colour: White
- Recommended trim: White
|Tile body coloured||Not coloured|
Love these tiles!
Clynch30 - 31 days ago
Love these tiles, have really brightened up our kitchen and were very reasonably priced compared to similar tiles from other DIY shops. Have used grey grouting with a silver trim, looks great
Nice for the bathroom
mary5858585 - 1 month ago
I used this to tile the bathroom wall and used grey grout and it looks so sleek and classic
Good, cheap tiles for first DIY tiling project
Halle - 2 months ago
When I had the idea of installing a backsplash in my kitchen, I looked for the classic metro tile through tile specialty online retailers. NONE are cheaper than B&Q for small quantities, especially if you click-and-collect for free. I needed to purchase 4 boxes for approx. 3.72 square metres. The final result turned out great! This was my first time doing any project of this sort and found the tiles easy to work with. Here are some of my tips from one novice tiler to the next...
1. Just get a wet saw. If your kitchen is roughly the area of mine it will make life 1000% easier from the get go instead of trying to muscle through a manual saw and a score/snap tool (though I would still recommend getting the latter for simple cuts).
2. I used a great all-in-1 adhesive and grout combination; Mapei Waterproof Fix & Grout White. I needed 2 buckets for my size of project. No mixing by hand. Just open the bucket and get tiling!
3. I used 3mm spacers and a 10mm straight tile trim for the edging to keep things neat and tidy.
Don't get overwhelmed with your first tiling project. It will turn out just fine and no one will notice those little imperfections that you're stressing over. (I speak from experience.) Hopefully my tips help you as I spent weeks researching, gathering supplies at the best prices I could find, and successfully tiling my kitchen backsplash by myself! Preparation is key for any project! Good luck!
Lovely quality tiles
011 - 2 months ago
Great quality tiles that cut perfectly. A genuine pleasure to fit.
Not bad not good
Waclawq - 7 months ago
This product in 48 pcs pack is different than the 40 pcs pack's, quality is poor and maybe for half of that price. Tt looks nice but this should be priced like basic cheap tile