Tile laying Instructions
In order to preserve the natural beauty of these carefully crafted, high quality Rocell tiles it is important to follow the guidelines given in this leaflet and make use of a professional tiler to lay tiles.
Ceramic tiles are made of natural organic materials and fired at very high temperatures. Ceramic technology can reproduce any colour and any chromatic texture or design. Slight variations in colour and size are inherent characteristics in the industry.
In order to enhance the natural beauty of tiles, most Rocell tiles come in random designs. This means that each tile is different to others of its kind in varying degrees to give a natural look to the floor, once laid. These designs come in uniform, low, medium and high randomness.
The laying of ceramic tiles must be carried out by an experienced professional tiler.
Always use appropriate tools and equipment. The tile cutter, tile nipper, notch trowel, rubber mallet, rubber trowel and cross spacers are essential tools
for laying tiles.
All polished tiles by nature contain micro pores on the tile surface. These micro pores appear as a result of heavy polishing that tiles undergo during the manufacturing process. Due to heavy polishing these tiles are prone to staining, and extreme care should be taken when installing and maintaining these tiles. We recommend sealing or applying an anti-permeable agent such as FILA MP/90 application or a permanent sealant on all polished tiles in order to protect them.