Liquiglass tile

Date: 11 November 2011

Liquid glass tiles are created using advance technology and engineering. This consists of applying a specially formulated metallic/epoxy coating to a glass tile.

The tile is treated several times to create the ‘liquid’ stereoscopic effect, which creates a distinctive glass product, perfect for interior decoration. Liquid Glass can be fabricated by simple glass tools and can suit a great variety of site situations and design requirements.

Liquid Glass also incorporates these beneficial properties

• High scratch resistance

• High resistance to corrosion

• High resistance to chemical attacks.

Each tile can be supplied in different sizes

300 x 300 x 5mm

300 x600 x5mm

600 x 600 x 5mm

Bespoke size: Available


Liquid Glass is an idea decorative material for numerous interior environments -

• Restaurants and Bars

• Hotels and Casinos

• Corporate developments

• Private Residencies

Laying Advice

The laying surface must be clean, smooth, even and without cracks. The laying surface can be drywall, plywood, particleboard and cured dried concrete. It is important to use the correct adhesive and grout for the location, Liquid glass is impervious, but you should consider using waterproof grout and adhesive in areas in regular contact with water. The tiles can be cut using a hand glass-cutter and nipper. To clean Liquid Glass use water and a standard domestic washing detergent.

600450 Liquiglass tile

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