1. Before mounting, measure the surface to which you will attach the tiles. It is recommended to buy some more tiles and corners for waste. Work should be carried out at an ambient temperature between 5 and 25 ° C.


2. Place the tiles on a clean, smooth primed surface. First of all you have to weld or break loose remains of an old cladding (old paint, tiles, wallpaper). Sometimes it is necessary to cover the wall with leveling mortar. The final stage before sticking the tiles is priming.


3. The installation of the tiles starts from the corners and the vertical outer edges of the walls. Going from the bottom, we base the first row on the skirting board or leveling plate and then move upwards. We check each tile for damage, then rub the glued surfaces with a wire brush, removing unevenness and gypsum coating. For assembly we use special dedicated elastic adhesives, which cover about 80% of the tile surface.


4. After completing the assembly work, we impregnate the tiles with specially designed preparations. Protected tiles will become much more resistant to dirt and dust accumulation.


5. The lime efflorescence is a natural phenomenon. However, in order to protect the slabs against the formation of lime efflorescence, they should be impregnated and this process should be repeated after 2 years from applying the first protective layer. The efflorescence, depending on the type and intensity, appears within 3 years from the date of production of tiles.


6. Differences in shades of one color may be caused by the production in various weather conditions and variability of the aggregate, which is a component of natural origin. Differences in shades are not a defect of the product and do not constitute grounds for complaints.

1. Before mounting, measure the area that will be glued. The tiles should be laid out to see if they are not damaged anywhere, or in order to choose the right color. Work should be carried out at an ambient temperature between 5 and 25 ° C, and in the case of works carried out outdoors, they should be carried out in days where there is no rainfall.


2. The tiles should be placed on a clean, smooth primed surface. First of all you have to weld or break loose remains of an old cladding (old paint, tiling, wallpaper). It is also important that the wall has adequate load capacity and adhesion. In the case of weaker substrate, one should use OSB tiles or unpainted plasterboard. Before proceeding with gluing, we prime surfaces with primer containing quartz sand. In case of doubt, we carry out the adhesion test.


3. Then the adhesive should be applied with a trowel with teeth over the entire surface on the so-called “comb” according to the instructions on the packaging.


4. After installing the tiles, one should use special impregnants for architectural concrete. Protected tiles will become more resistant to moisture and weather conditions.


5. The lime efflorescence is a natural phenomenon. However, in order to protect the slabs against the formation of lime efflorescence, they should be impregnated and this process should be repeated after 2 years from applying the first protective layer. The efflorescence, depending on the type and intensity, appears within 3 years from the date of production of tiles.


6. Differences in shades of one color may be caused by the production in various weather conditions and variability of the aggregate, which is a component of natural origin. Differences in shades are not a defect of the product and do not constitute grounds for complaints.