Miami Sand White Natural StackStone Wall Tile
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150x600mm Miami Sand White Natural Stackstone Wall Tile (#8607)

$49 /m2 (All prices are GST inclusive)

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86.4 m2

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0.54 m2/Box

26.46 m2 Per Pallet

 

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SKU: MIAMISTACK1560
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Total Unit Price: $26.46  *
(*Qty rounded up to the next full box qty)
 

Colour variation is characteristic of this product.

Must use suitable adhesive.

Natural stone requires sealing.

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Name
4 months 15 days ago

Can we use this for the feature wall on the swimming pool?

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The Guys at TFO
4 months 13 days ago

People use this above a swimming pool all the time. You must use the correct glue which is Davco SE-7 with davelastic. The office at TFO can help you with mixing instructions.
Luke Johnson
Director
Tile Factory Outlet Pty Ltd

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Andrew
1 year 7 months ago

Hi, we are looking to use this product for cladding to a feature blade wall. Does this colour come with corners to purchase?

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The Guys at TFO
1 year 6 months ago

Hi, this product comes only in one format. You can finish the corners either by mitring the corners or covering them with stainless steel angles.

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Elizabeth
1 year 7 months ago

some pictured state “wall cladding” others state “tile”…..I want to use it for a kitchen backsplash…isi the wall cladding suitable or not?

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The Guys at TFO
1 year 7 months ago

Hi, there is no problem with using stackstones on the kitchen splash back. It’s essential however to seal it with an impregnating sealer.