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Tips for Tiles

This product is manufactured by applying state of the art coatings to ¼ inch thick Tempered Hard Board. A protective film is then applied and the sheet is laser cut to the finished tile dimensions. Our tests have shown that by laser cutting the resins in the edge of the tile are cauterized thereby creating a durable edge.

It is however possible to damage the tile if one picks at the corner or edge with a fingernail or sharp instrument to try to remove the protective film. We have found the best way to remove the film and minimize the risk of damage is to use the tacky side of a piece of protective film recently removed from a tile. Drag the tacky side of the film along the top surface of the tile starting at the corner and moving towards the center of the tile. If you do not have an extra piece of film handy, you can use the pad of your thumb or forefinger in the same manner to peel back the edge.

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