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    Clear Glass Tile is one of the most popular tiles among homeowners and interior designers who work on a home backsplash, bathroom or swimming pool project. Because clear glass tiles are translucent – you will see through, they’ve a shiny and rich look that opens unlimited possibilities in terms of design.

    Although the meaning of clear/translucent glass is “allowing light to feed partially or diffusely”, it doesn’t imply that all clear glass tiles are transparent in ways that you will see, for instance, an object or your hand behind it. Clear glass is the material used to create these tiles, but they are able to have color or not.

    Back colored clear glass mosaic tiles are definitely the most popular in the market. The tiles are constructed with clear/translucent glass usually from 4mm to 8mm thick, and they receive a coating/painting on the trunk during manufacturing, which glasses clear plastic frames will be what gives the colour to the tile. Usually they’re available mesh mounted on a fiberglass sheet or as field tiles such as for instance subway 

    Stained clear glass tiles are constructed with clear/translucent glass which are stained during its manufacturing process and then cut into multiple pieces. In this case, you will see entirely through it even if it includes a dark stain color, and that’s the reason they’re not mesh-backed, otherwise you’d see the mesh through the glass despite installed. Instead, they’re mounted on clear-faced or paper-faced sheet.

    Plain or non-colored clear glass tiles are constructed with clear/translucent glass and do not have color in it. Although the word “plain” is employed to spell it out these types of tiles, they’re extremely elegant and easy to utilize if you want to offer a special “touch” to a home backsplash, bathroom, and shower or swimming pool. Given that they don’t have any color inside and are totally transparent, they match any color from granite counter tops to kitchen cabinets and easily blend into the environment.

    Stained and Plain Clear Glass Tiles require more attention when installing. Because you will see what is on another side of the tile, you could wind up seeing the trail made by the trowel once the installer was butting the wall. So it’s recommended to utilize a white adhesive such as for instance mastic and also butter the trunk of the tiles. Make sure to press the tiles firmly contrary to the wall with a grout float and take a look when there is any air bubbles after every piece has been placed so you could correct the situation before the adhesive dries. Definitely this sort of glass tiles takes more time to install but the result is totally worth.



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