A certain degree of variation should be expected in the glaze color, finish, and texture of ModCraft tile because they are handmade and our glazes are made up of raw oxide materials. This variation adds to the unique nature and beauty of the final installed product. Very slight bowing and raised corners may be present as is the nature of hand- made tile.
It’s important to plan the layout of ModCraft tile before installing to ensure the best possible layout accounting for size and color variation. Each box will contain a variety of glaze effects and tone and should be reviewed prior to final install to achieve the desired layout. Think of it like putting in a natural grain wood floor. By using a deeper comb of Thinset it is possible to get a more level surface for tile that has thickness variations. Likewise, any size variation in tile size can be blended in by using a grout size that allows for flexibility to create a final balanced look. Making sure corners are lined up and horizontal lines are maintained will go a long way to unifying your ModCraft installation ModCraft tile are made of porcelain and fired to 2300 degrees making them extremely durable and vitreous. They can be installed indoors and outdoors (in some climates) and are suitable for applications on walls, baths, showers, kitchen backsplashes, swimming pools, and spas. Outdoor applications cannot be guaranteed due to the varying types of substrates, adhesives, sealers and installation methods. Always seal your grout work and all matte glazes.
Some variation in tonal qualities can be expected with ModCraft handmade tile. This adds to the overall rich effect of the final installed product by carefully blending the tile and laying it out before installing. Matte Glaze- Sealing matte glazes is recommended prior to grouting to allow for easier cleanup and maintenance. Only use water based sealers.
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