Fabrique White Hexagon Glass Mosaic Tile
- Sheet Size: 11.6x12"
- Exterior: No
- Interior Wall: Yes
- Residential Floor: Yes
- High Traffic Floor: No
- Shower Wall: Yes
- Shower Floor: Yes
- Steam Shower: No
- Pool/Fountain: No
Stay trendy with our Fabrique tile in a hexagon pattern. Neutral tones of this glass mosaic make it an ideal addition to any modern interior design. A combination of pearly and matte mosaics adds depth and gentle sheen, that visually enlarges any room and delivers an airy feel. Each sheet is attached to a mesh backing to eliminate any issues during the installation. These glass tiles are easy to clean, stain and mildew resistant, non-slippery, and safe for various applications. It is a popular option for shower floors, walls, and feature elements. You can apply them on light traffic residential floors and general walls, create a stunning white hexagon backsplash or a decorative border. They are approved only for indoor areas as kitchens, dining rooms, laundry rooms, bathrooms, living rooms, hallways, or foyers.
Frequently Asked Questions about Fabrique White Hexagon Glass Mosaic Tile:
Q: Where can I install this white hexagon mosaic tile?
A: Tile Club's Fabrique White Hexagon Glass Mosaic Tile is approved for indoor wall use, including your kitchen backsplash, fireplace surround, accent wall, bar backsplash, shower wall, bathtub surround - you name it! The icy silver-white in this hexagon tile can also be safely used for interior and wet floor areas such as shower floors
Q: What is the glass finish?
A: Fabrique White Hexagon Glass Mosaic Tile has a mix of polished and frosted glass pieces for a unique finish that will dazzle anywhere you put it! You can use Tile Club's sheet photos to get a sense of the color and finish, order 4" x 5" sample swatch to view it at home, or order a single sheet to see a full piece of tile.
Q: How do I clean frosted glass tile?
A: Glass tiles are a great choice for the backsplash behind your stove or the wall behind your bathroom sink because you can easily wipe up splashes and splatters. That's no different for frosted glass finishes! You can use an ammonia-based glass cleaner like Windex, gentle cleaners like Dawn dish soap, diluted white vinegar, or a mixture of baking soda and water to remove set stains from your frosted glass tiles. Test a small application of your cleaner in an out-of-the-way corner of your tile to make sure you're happy with the results. See below for tips on sealing your grout lines to keep them clean, too!
Q: How do I install hexagon glass mosaic tile?
A: Start with a fresh, smooth substrate. Tile Club recommends using a bright white thinset, like Laticrete Glass Tile Adhesive, to preserve the color of the glass tiles. Apply adhesive with a V-Notch Trowel. Layout the mosaic sheets mesh-side down and use a tile float or a wrapped board to gently tap the sheet into place, ensuring the back of all tile pieces are covered in adhesive. You can use spacers between sheets to set grout lines. Allow up to 48 hours for adhesive to set before applying a non-sanded grout - this tile is shown with Laticrete Bright White grout in board pictures.
Q: Do I need to seal glass mosaic tiles?
A: Glass tiles have a non-porous, sanitary surface that doesn't require sealing; however, applying tile and grout sealer to your grout lines can help keep the Bright White grout looking fresh without a lot of scrubbing! Once your grout has fully cured use a penetrating sealer to fill gaps in your grout, which prevents stains, bacteria, and mildew growth. Grout should typically be sealed every year or so; to test if it's time to reseal, apply a few drops of water to your grout lines and watch if it sinks into the grout or beads on the surface. If it sinks in, it's time to apply fresh sealer!
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Sheet Size: 11.6" x 12"
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My husband installed it himself for our kitchen backsplash. It looks amazing!
Hooray for handy hubbys! We're so glad you're happy with your new backsplash :)