Loft Curve Super White Glass Tile

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Overview

Design Elements

Loft Curve Super White Glass Tile

Whether using this stunning glass tile as a backsplash, wall or as an accent piece, this polished glass pattern will bring a modern and contemporary ambiance to any room. Add a striking pop within your home with this chic new addition from our Loft Curve Collection.

Specifications

Chip Size
2 1/2"x3/4" Dot3/4"x3/4"
Sheet Size
13x11
Color
Super White
Material
Glass
Finish
Polished
Thickness
8 mm
MOHS (Scratch Resistant)
4
Shade Variation
V2
Chemical Resistance
Resistant
Water Absorption
< 0.5%
Breaking Strength
> 100 lbs.
Weight
4.8672

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Why did you choose this?
TileBar Store
I had been looking for tiles for months for a backsplash in my kitchen. It's a small area, so I wanted something fabulous! The counter is olive quartz, with chips of many shades, so after a while I realized only white would do, unfortunately none of the beautiful patterns I saw. When I showed the tile installer several choices, his eyes popped when he saw this one, so I knew it was the one. Can't wait until it's up.
Maxine B on Mar 6, 2017
This looks great as a backslash with our black & white granite countertop.
H U on Aug 31, 2016
I had been looking for tiles for months for a backsplash in my kitchen. It's a small area, so I wanted something fabulous! The counter is olive quartz, with chips of many shades, so after a while I realized only white would do, unfortunately none of the beautiful patterns I saw. When I showed the tile installer several choices, his eyes popped when he saw this one, so I knew it was the one. Can't wait until it's up.
Maxine B on Mar 6, 2017
This tile is what our client chose for their kitchen backsplash. Very nice tile!
Timothy C on Oct 5, 2016
This looks great as a backslash with our black & white granite countertop.
H U on Aug 31, 2016
i did it by mistake or you made the mistake. Im returning four boxes of 6 per box.
Diana H on Nov 9, 2015
Installer had difficulty on install and needed more tile.
Max P on Jul 8, 2015
This tile is what our client chose for their kitchen backsplash. Very nice tile!
Timothy C on Oct 5, 2016
i did it by mistake or you made the mistake. Im returning four boxes of 6 per box.
Diana H on Nov 9, 2015
I've heard this tile is difficult to install and grout due to lack of straight edges and curves. Can anyone refute this claim or give advice for overcoming obstacles?
How many more tiles do I need to buy?
Chris on Oct 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It was very difficult. I wish I would've done it myself. The pro I hired was not that great and I think I could've done it better. Even though it was hard, I would've taken the time to work with it better. It looks great now, but originally was not in line. The pro used a very watered down thin set and no grout. It looks good, but I think I may put a watered down grout on it. The sheets are like 13x11 or so, can't totally recall. I would say you'll need at least 30-35% overage, especially if it's an unusually spot with fine cuts. If you can manage not cutting it at all, you'll be better off.
What type of wall outlet plates did you use with this tile ?
Kerrie B on Jan 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Not sure of your question. The wall has two outlets. Both are duplex with three prongs. One has a USB slot.
What is the thickness -- mm low and high?
Sandra P on Jul 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: overall thickness is 8mm
Installation instructions say it doesn't need grout yet even with a good thin-set the mess is showing through. Any ideas how to fix this? Also, should I use grout or caulk to cover top and corner seems?
cm k on Sep 5, 2016
Installation
SUBSTRATE

Tile must be installed over a suitable substrate to insure a proper installation. Glass tile should be installed over a clean, sound, and flat surface, free of contaminates including curing compounds. Substrate should be free of cracks. If used in a wet area you must waterproof. See manufacturer’s recommendation on a membrane for crack and water protection that is compatible with the setting material you are using. Glass is reflective therefore any inconsistencies in the substrate will result in a poor installation. For pools and fountains we recommend installing a mortar bed according to TCA P601-98. EXPANSION AND CONTROL JOINTS PER TCA EJ171-05 Expansion joints should be installed at all “changes in plane” in the tile work and where tile abuts restraining surfaces, therefore silicone caulking sealant must be installed in all corner joints in place of grout.

INSTALLATION
  • To avoid affecting the color of glass tile, White modified thin-set such as Bostik Glass Mate is highly is recommended for all installations.
  • This tile does not require grout. You would have to water down the thin-set a little bit and the excess thin-set will act as the grout line. 
  • Apply thin-set using a trowel as recommended by the manufacturer. 
  • Apply as much adhesive as can be covered within 10-15 minutes. 
CUTTING

The recommended cutting method is to use a wet saw with a diamond blade that is specifically for cutting glass. Edges can be sanded smooth after cutting.

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