Description Daltiles Emerson Wood Mosaics comes either in the 3D cube mosaic and a 2”x2” mosaic pattern. The 3D pattern offers a stepwise technology and is made in the U.S.A. This collection is available for multiple installation locations including outdoor, walls, backsplash and countertops. The 2”x2” mosaic is suitable for shower floor installation as well.
Material– Daltile’s Emerson Wood Mosaic Tile is constructed out of ceramic (2”x2”) and Porcelain (3D cube) which both come with a scratch resistant body to hold up to everyday uses mean while still giving a wood look for your project whether it's interior or exterior applications.
||2" x 2" on a 12” W x 24 L” Sheet
||Ceramic (2”x2”), Porcelain (3D Cube)
||Reveal Imaging , Stepwise
|Recommended Grout Joint
|| 1 year Limited Residential
|Shape of Tile
Recommended Uses – Daltile’s Emerson Wood Mosaic can be used for backsplash, wall tiles, floor tiles, bathrooms, and kitchens.
Models: – EP0122, EP013, EP0322, EP033, EP0422, EP043, EP0522, EP053, EP0622, EP063, EP01, EP03, EP04, EP05, EP06.
In Stock - Ships between Jan 22 - 22
Ceramic tiles are easy to keep clean and maintain. Maintenance of the floor typically includes:
General instructions for installing mosaic Tile:
- Tile must be installed over structurally sound substrates. Any damaged, loose or uneven areas must be repaired, patched and leveled.
- Start by Dry-fit tiles before adhering to determine the pattern. Sheet tiles can be cut with a utility knife along the grout lines to match up to the inlay tiles.
- Once a pattern is set, use a tape measure to center the design in the room.
- Mark corners with a pencil then pick all the tiles back up. Snap chalk lines from corner to corner to make a box for the field tile.
- Mix thin-set to a peanut butter consistency. Allow it to rest for about 10 minutes. Spread thin-set in the area using a 1/4 x 1/4 square notch trowel, then begin to set tiles.
- Backbutter the border or inlay tiles using a margin trowel and set them in place.
- Use a wet saw to cut the field tiles against the wall to size. To make small cuts, such as cuts to go around a radiator, use a tile nipper.