0.6" x 12" Grey Fabric Glass Pencil Liner | Tile Club

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Grey Fabric Glass Pencil Liner

SKU: TCSRA88P15A
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$12.00
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PRODUCT DETAILS
  • Sheet Size: 0.6x12"
  • Residential Floor: Yes
  • High Traffic Floor: No
  • Exterior: No
  • Interior Wall: Yes
  • Pool/Fountain: No
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: No
  • Steam Shower: No
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This ideal addition to our Grey Fabric tile collection creates various design possibilities and gives your project a finished look. With these Pencil Liners, you can level up your tiled flooring in residential areas, outline a shower pan, highlight a kitchen or a bathroom backsplash, a feature wall, a TV-stand, a border, or another accent you like. These glass pencils are approved for indoor applications only. Use them for your hallway, shower, kitchen, living room, or entrance.

Sold by: piece

Pencil Size: 0.6" x 12"

Material: Glass

Color: Gray

Finish: Polished 

 

Packing info:

  • Pcs per Box: 100
  • Sq. Ft. per Box: N/A
  • Sheet or SQ. FT weight: 0.19 lb

Area of use:

  • Wall: Indoor
  • Floor: Residential
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: No
  • Steam room: No
  • Pool: No

 

 

 

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11/04/2021
Lyonel
United States United States

Superb tile for my living room

My wife and I wanted to tile our living room and laundry. I wanted to highlight these rooms with a gray color and add some texture to it so it doesn’t have too much color variation. It was a perfect choice!

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