Venatino Carrara Marble Look Polished Glazed Tile
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300x600mm Venatino Carrara Marble Look Polished Glazed Tile (#5584)

$24 /m2 (All prices are GST inclusive)

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SKU: GNVCARMARGL3060
 
Suitable surface: Floor, Wall
Material: Porcelain
Texture: Polished
Edge: Rectified
Size: 300x600mm
This product is currently out of stock.

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We have some cheap delivery solutions that will be offered towards the end of your transaction. For more information on delivery, please go to www.tfo.com.au/delivery.

We have many forklifts onsite and storemen who will be happy to load you up if you decide on the pick up option (no charge).

 

*Worried about getting this product home? Don’t!

We have some cheap delivery solutions that will be offered towards the end of your transaction. For more information on delivery, please go to www.tfo.com.au/delivery.

We have many forklifts onsite and storemen who will be happy to load you up if you decide on the pick up option (no charge).

 

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Guest
Michael Betts
8 days 4 hours ago

Have these tiles a textured or smooth surface?

Support
The Guys at TFO
7 days 19 hours ago

Thanks for your enquiry, this product is a polished porcelain which has a smooth surface.

Guest
Michael Betts
8 days 4 hours ago

Is this tile suitable for a bathroom floor used by elderly people? Is there any “grip” or texture on the surface of the tiles which would make them less slippery when wet? Thanks

Support
The Guys at TFO
7 days 19 hours ago

Thanks for your enquiry, this product is polished porcelain which can be slippery when wet. It may be better for you to use a tile with a matt finish for your bathroom floor.

Guest
Moly
7 months 19 days ago

Can I put this tile on bathroom wall with existing gyprock sheet

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The Guys at TFO
7 months 17 days ago

Hi there. It really depends on the condition of the gyprock. But we recommend consulting with a professional tiler before starting any tiling project. Also, another thing to remember is being in a bathroom, water proofing is a must.