50~999/square meter
1000~1999/square meter
≥2000/square meter
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100000 square meter per day
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    Porcelain Tile
  • size
    60X120 - 24”X48”, 60x60 - 24”X24”, 30x60 - 12”X24”
  • color
    White /Almond /Ice /Grey
    Wall /Floor /Residential /Commercial /Light Traffic Area
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After-sale Service: Onsite Inspection
Style: Modern
Luster: GLOSSY
Application: Apartment
Material:Porcelain Tiles
Acid-Resistant, Antibacterial, Heat Insulation, Non-Slip
Keywords 1: marble floor tiles
Keywords 3: wholesale marble tiles
Useage: Living Room.bedroom
Texture: Stone Imitation Texture
Design Style: Modern
Usage: Interior Tiles
Surface: Polished Surface Commercilal Residential Polished Porcelain Tile
Grade: Grade Commercilal Residential Floor Tile Polished Porcelain Tile
After-sale Service: Onsite Installation
Type: marble design porcelain floor tile
Tile: Commercilal Residential Floor Tile Polished Porcelain Tile


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Supply Ability
20000 Square Meter/Square Meters per Day Non-slip rustic porcelain tile

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How to Clean Marble Floors (5 Simple Steps)
There’s nothing more elegant than marble floors. With its glossy exterior and veining design, it adds a sense of royalty to an ordinary house.
However, cleaning marble isn’t as straightforward as other floor types. Marble is highly porous and can damage quickly if not handled with care. If you want to know how to clean marble floors, look no further.
How Are Marble Floors Made?
Marble has been used throughout time for various purposes. It was most commonly used to create sculptures in ancient Greece due to the softness that made it easier to carve. Nowadays, though, it’s used in commercial and residential buildings. It’s available in various colors including pink, red, black, and more.
Marble is a metamorphic rock, typically formed from limestone or other sedimentary carbonate rocks. The heating process causes the recrystallization of the primary mineral grains within the marble. Marble rock is, therefore, made up of an interlocking mosaic pattern of carbonate crystals .
How to Wash Marble Floors
1.Prepare the Water
Because you shouldn’t use harsh chemicals or rough brushes, your best bet at beating tough stains is hot water. Hot water is very effective at cutting through dirt, grease and other things that might be sticking to your floors .

So whether you’re using a cleaning solution or not, the water being used should be hot. Boil some on the stove or heat in a kettle.

We also highly suggest that you use distilled water. This water goes through a process called distillation. During the procedure, impurities such as minerals are removed — leaving clean H2O.

Due to the purity of distilled water, it won’t stain, discolor or damage your precious marble floors. You can buy distilled water at any grocery store, or make your own at home.
2.Add a Cleaner
Marble floors are porous and, therefore, require a mild detergent. You can use pH-neutral cleaners. These are mild and safe to use since they have a minimal risk of irritation, should it spill on your skin.

Follow the directions provided by the product you chose and add the necessary amount to your hot water. If you have a spray mop, you can find specially made cartridges with a ready solution safe for marble floors, such as Bona Stone.
3.Mop the Floor
Take out your best microfiber mop; it could be a spin mop or a regular manual mop. Spin mops are especially practical since you can quickly wring most of the water out.

Start at the farthest part of the room and work your way towards the entrance or exit. Short strokes work best on marble and don’t be afraid to overlap as you go. Dip and wring your mop often to avoid spreading dirt.

Once you’re done mopping the floor with the detergent and hot water, it’s time to rinse. Fill a bucket with clean, cool water. Then use the same method to mop by dipping and wringing as needed.

Mopping the floor an extra time will remove any residue from the cleaning solution. It’s also an excellent way to get rid of any remaining dust or dirt.
5.Dry the Floor
Drying marble floors is crucial if you want a good result and to prevent water damage. Use a clean and soft cloth or towel to wipe the floor. Switch it whenever needed.


Company Profile
Contigo Ceramics is part of Jinyi Group, the world leader in the production of ceramic and  porcelain tiles for residential, retail and industrial projects. 25 years’experience and present in almost 100 countries worldwide,operating in accordance with firmly-consolidated values of innovation and quality.By having the creations of brilliant R&D,and advantages of production in the famous town of ceramics,Nanzhuang,Contigo Ceramics has evolved to a global manufacturer and distributor for design solutions.

Contigo Ceramics, a fashion lifestyle brand that will make your project dream design a reality.


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1. how can we guarantee quality?
Always a pre-production sample before mass production;
Always final Inspection before shipment;
2.When can you deliver the goods?
Within Deposit ,7 days for stock items ,20-25 days for production.
3. What's your MOQ?
For stock items, no MOQ requirement, for OEM items, 0.5 container/item.
4.Samples is available?
A:Free sample is available ,customers need to pay the courier charge ,this charge can be deducted from the PI value of confirmed order.
5.How do I know your quality?
High solution detailed photos and free sample will be able to verify our quality.
6.Are you a trading company or factory?
We're factory. We manufacture products ourselves.
7. what services can we provide?
Accepted Delivery Terms: FOB,CFR,CIF,EXW;
Accepted Payment Currency:USD,CNY;
Accepted Payment Type: PayPal,L/C,T/T;
Language Spoken:English,Chinese.

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