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GLASS TILE

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GLOW-IN-THE-DARK GLASS TILE

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All glass tile pool finish in a swimming pool
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Outdoor living space with a swimming pool, fire pit table, and patio furniture
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FAQs

As long as it's pool rated glass, yes, it can installed in a pool. Glass pool tile is specially made to be able to withstand the harsh elements and is held to higher durability standards than regular glass tile. This means any glass pool tile can be used in your pool and inside your home, while other glass tiles should only be installed inside. But don't worry, we've made it easy to find your perfect pool tile by listing the appropriate applications for all our tile on the product pages!

Yes, glass tiles are an excellent choice for kitchen backsplashes. Not only are they stylish and easy to clean, but they also reflect light, brightening up the space and adding a touch of elegance to your kitchen decor.

Most of our glass tile comes mounted and ready for installation. Tile mountings vary and include: face-mounting on paper, plastic, or mesh-mounting on specially made materials. These mountings allow for simple application and follow TCNA guidelines for adhesion. Always check the product specifications for installation, and we recommended that you contact a licensed professional to assist you with the installation. 

Yes, it's essential to properly grout all tiles to ensure successful installation and long-term durability. Grout creates a bond that strengthens the tiles and holds them in place while preventing the edges from chipping or cracking.

Luckily, the Starlike EVO line of epoxy tile grout offers hundreds of colors to complement any tile, as well as various additives to create the perfect look. For those wanting to maintain the translucent appearance of their tile, we offer our EVO 700 translucent epoxy tile grout.

Cleaning glass tile surfaces is straightforward. Simply wipe them down with a mixture of mild detergent and water using a soft cloth or sponge. Avoid abrasive cleaners or rough materials that could scratch the surface. Regular maintenance will keep your glass tiles looking pristine.

Glass tile is made primarily of glass materials, which are melted and then cooled to form tiles. Porcelain tile, on the other hand, is made from a mixture of fine-grain clays and other minerals that are pressed and fired at high temperatures. From an appearance standpoint - glass has a translucent quality that allows light to pass through, giving it a distinctive shimmering effect while porcelain does not. Both come in a wide variety of colors and styles, including designs that can mimic the appearance of natural materials. Glass and porcelain tiles are both durable and easy to maintain, however, depending on the product, glass may be more prone to chipping and scratching. In summary, glass tile offers a luxurious and modern look with its translucent properties and shimmering effect, while porcelain tile is prized for its durability, versatility, and wide range of design options. The choice between the two depends on factors such as budget, design preferences, and intended use.