Ledbury Marina Blue Pattern Tiles

Size: 450x450x10mm

ID: 37443

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ID: 37443

Ledbury Marina Blue Pattern Tiles

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£34.95 Inc. VAT/Per SQM

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Size: 450x450x10mm

ID: 37443

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LEDBURY MARINA BLUE PATTERN TILES SPECIFICATION

Product ID 37443
Material type

Ceramic

Suitability Floors, Walls, Internal
Size

450x450x10mm

Sold By SQM
Tiles Per SQM 5
Weight 18.98 kg
Tiles Per Pack 7
Brand Envy
Finish Satin
Delivery View Delivery Options
Underfloor Heating Yes
Grade 4
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4 -- Tiles suggested for all residential floors; moderate to heavy traffic areas, e.g. bathrooms, halls, kitchens, conservatories and wall applications. Also suitable for light traffic commercial floors, that are walked on by regular traffic (e.g. entrances, commercial kitchens, hotel, exhibition and sales rooms).
Anti Slip Grade CAT-A / R10 R10 - 10-19 degrees

DESCRIPTION

Inspired by the popular encaustic tiles of yesteryear, these Ledbury Marina Blue Pattern Tiles are perfect for introducing a characterful statement floor or feature wall in your bathroom, kitchen, hallway or living area. Made from ceramic, they can be used on both walls and floors and have a charming satin finish. These large format tiles have a grid scored into the surface which you grout into, to give the illusion of multiple tiles. Anti Slip grade is R10/PTV rating +36 in the wet.

> Easy to fit without losing the traditional look and feel

> Suitable for walls and floors

> Encaustic styled pattern

Want to take a closer look? Sample tiles are a great way to get a feel for a tile's true colour, size and finish. Samples come full size and with Free Delivery.

To capture the hallway look shown in the pictures, use our Bond Street Blue Metro 150x75 Tiles on the walls! 

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Full Size Samples Full Size Samples

We always recommend ordering tile samples prior to purchasing to see their true beauty, finish and texture. All our tiles have the option to order a sample online. We offer full size samples, no cuts! There are a maximum 6 samples per order, with free delivery.

Standard Sample Delivery - Free (2-3 working days)

Next Day Sample Delivery - £3.95 (orders placed before 2pm, next working day)

Please note: You can order up to 6 different samples, not 6 samples of the same product. Tiles 1200x600mm or larger due to weight and size will be sent via pallet, and not parcel post, therefore a shipping charge will apply. Only orders under 30KG can be sent via Parcel delivery, orders over 30KG will be sent via Pallet delivery.

Find out more about our tile sample service here

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We deliver to mainland UK addresses and all delivery prices are fixed inc VAT.

Standard Delivery (all orders over £150) - Free
Standard Delivery (all orders under £150) - Up to 10 KG = £7.99, 20 KG = £11.99, 30 KG = £15.99, Over 30 KG = £24.99

AM or PM Delivery - £49.95
Timed Delivery - £49.95

Standard Sample Delivery - Free (2-3 working days)
Next Day Sample Delivery - £3.95 (orders placed before 2pm, next working day)

Only orders under 30KG can be sent via Parcel delivery, orders over 30KG will be sent via Pallet delivery.

Find out more about our delivery service here.

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Need a helping hand finding the correct adhesive and grout for your chosen tiles? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Just use our helpful Adhesive and Grout Finder tool. In a few easy steps, it will serve up the perfect product for your tiling project. Click here to get started.

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30 Day Returns 30 Day Returns

Easy online 30-day returns. If you receive damaged or incorrect tiles you will need to inform us within 2 working days of delivery. We will refund any surplus tiles in their original boxes within 30 days of the date of delivery. You will have the right to return goods if you are not happy with your selection or change your mind.

Find out more about our returns and exchange service here.

30 Day Exchange 30 Day Exchange

As well as our 30-day refunds and returns, we are proud to offer a 30-day exchange period. This means that you are still able to return any unwanted tiles back to us within 30 days of your original purchase date for a tile exchange. These tiles must be unused, uninstalled, in good condition and in their original packaging. Unfortunately we do not accept exchanges on adhesives and grouts, only tiles. We also do not accept exchanges on clearance and end-of-the-line job lot items.

Find out more about our returns and exchange service here.

Need Help or Advice? Need Help or Advice?

We're here to help! Contact our friendly Sales & Customer Service teams today. Expert in-house tiling advice and help by Phone, Email or Live Chat.

Telephone: 01536 314730 Monday - Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm, Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm. Email: sales@wallsandfloors.co.uk or customerservice@wallsandfloors.co.uk

We also offer bespoke technical support & advice on your tiling projects. Telephone: 01536 419981 Monday – Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm.

Find out more about our sales and customer service teams here.

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I bought the Ledbury floor tiles from you to fit in my hall, kitchen and dining room? They look amazing, but are very hard to keep clean as any dirty mark soaks into the satin finish surface, you can’t simply wash the floor, the marks just aren’t removed, can you ask the manufacturer how they are meant to be kept clean please? Thanks Christina
Ms Christina Cannon | 16 Sep 2019
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Hi Christina

These tiles have a bright white background and as they have a slight texture to give them slip resistance, this can make them a little more difficult to keep looking pristine. They are glazed so the marks are engrained on the surface and will not physically soak into the tile. We would suggest a good intensive clean with the LTP Grimex and an emulsifying pad. Future cleaning can be made easier by applying a surface coating such as the LTP Glaze Protector which will give the tiles a slight sheen but make it much more difficult for dirt and spillages to attach to the surface.
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-grimex-intensive-tile-cleaner
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-maintenance-tools-white-emulsifying-pad
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-tile-glaze-protector

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail, please call our Sales Team on 01536 314730, and they will be more than happy to help you.


Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 16 Sep 2019
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These tiles were professionally laid in my bathroom a week ago and whilst they look beautiful I am beyond disappointed as these tiles are impossible to clean. I have scrubbed and scrubbed them but they are still covered in finger marks from the plumbers, partial boot prints and orange staining where water has dripped from new copper piping during installation of the bathroom!
I Am reluctant to buy the cleaner you have recommended to another customer as I have already spent a fortune buying and laying these tiles. Can you guarantee that the cleaner will work, or am I going to be left with tiles which don’t appear to be fit for purpose and already look grubby and old?
Sally gee | 26 Jun 2019
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Hi Sally

The marks you are describing are not coming from normal bathroom foot traffic for which tiles are intended. With tradesmen working on them, possibly with soiled boots or hands without protective dust-sheets, it is inevitable that this type of marking could occur, to any tile. More-so with this range as it has a subtle textured anti-slip finish and brilliant white background which will make the marking more visible.

A good intensive cleaning method we would advise is a good scrub with the LTP Grimex and an emulsifying pad or Scotchbrite pad. Once cleaned, if you wish to aid future cleaning and reduce the chance of hard-to-clean marks, you may find an optional treatment with the LTP Grout And Tile Protector spray helpful for your particular situation.
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-grimex-intensive-tile-cleaner
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-maintenance-tools-white-pad-coarse-with-handle
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-grout-tile-protector-sealer

For more information, please call our Customer Service team on 01536 314730 and they will be more than happy to help you.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 26 Jun 2019
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We would like light coloured subway tiles to go with these, is there a colour you recommend that matches well? White was a little bit too stark.
Emily Tytherleigh | 26 Jun 2019
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Hi Emily

White is definitely the most popular colour as it matches the background colour of the floor tile design. To remove some of the starkness, you could also consider using a matt version and/or using a darker colour grout such as mid-grey. Another possible colour that could blend in is the Elephant & Castle or Marble Arch (both pale grey):
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/metro-200x100-tiles-chalk-farm-matt-white-tiles
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/metro-200x100-tiles-elephant-castle-grey-tiles
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/metro-200x100-tiles-marble-arch-grey-tiles

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our Sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 26 Jun 2019
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We have used these tiles in our newly installed kitchen and shower room. They look amazing against the indigo cabinets but we are having a real issue with cleaning them! They don’t wipe or steam clean. It needs hands and knees scrubbing and even then the residue from the builders’ feet etc. is not coming off completely. Please tell me there is some magical cleaner which will work!
Kerri mchale | 19 Jun 2019
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Hi Kerri

These tiles have a micro-texture which gives them a good degree of slip resistance. But being a pure white background which can catch and show dirt more than on smoother coloured tiles.

General dirt can be cleaned with an intensive cleaner such as the LTP Grimex. But if the builder's dirt includes cement or plaster residues, you will need a mild acid wash, such as the LTP Grout Stain Remover. To minimise future marking, one option is to apply a coating of the LTP Glaze Protector, which is a surface sealer that protects the tile, making them easier to keep clean and adds a "just mopped" satin look:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-grimex-intensive-tile-cleaner
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-tile-grout-stain-remover
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-tile-glaze-protector

If you wish to discuss the cleaning process in more detail, please call our Customer Service team on 01536 314730 and they will be more than happy to help you.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 19 Jun 2019
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Would these tiles be suitable to use on a shower tray for a wet room?
Aimee | 5 Jun 2019
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Hi Aimee

These tiles have a flat finish but also have a micro-texture which does give a good amount of grip in wet conditions, so can be used in wet rooms. But everyone's slip resistance needs will vary so we would still recommend obtaining a sample to ensure it is suitable for your personal requirements, before making your final decision.

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our Sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 5 Jun 2019
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Please can you tell me what colour grouting you have used in the main picture above (the picture with the blue metro tiles and door)?
Thanks
Jane | 5 Jun 2019
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Hi Jane

The grout used in the image is a medium grey colour, similar to out Norcros 4 Into 1 Slate Grey. We can provide samples of this grout range should you wish to compare other colours with a sample tile, before making your final decision:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/norcros-4-into-1-grout

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our Sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 5 Jun 2019
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Are these tiles ok to use in a kitchen with underfloor heating? and is it ok to fit a kitchen on top of them (without cracking)
jackie | 30 May 2019
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Hi Jackie

These tiles are fine for both kitchens and underfloor heating. To prevent issues from weak-spots or cracking, it is important that any floor tile is fixed with a 100% solid coverage of adhesive beneath. If laid correctly, there should be no problem with the units being fitted on top.

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our Sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 30 May 2019
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Hi. Just laid these tiles and really happy...they look great!! Only problem is I can’t seem to get the glue off of the surface of the tile that was on them all before I put them down. Do you know the best way to remove this without damaging the pattern?
Mark | 28 May 2019
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Hi Mark

This is something we have come across with several tiles. This particular tile has a micro texture to give it slip resistance, but that also means that the packing was used to prevent the tiles scratching in transit, sticks pretty well and can be difficult to remove. But luckily, not impossible.

A scraper it the best method to remove the main bulk and this should have no effect on the tile if you don't press too hard. Any final residue can then be removed with hot water and the likes of a Scotchbrite pad or emulsifying pad.

There are other chemical solutions available that can help but we recommend you try the above method first, and if any residue still remains, please send images and your original order number to customerservice@wallsandfloors.co.uk and we will be more than happy to assist you further.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 28 May 2019
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Are this tiles blue and white? Or cream?
Aislin Conlon | 11 May 2019
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Hi Aislin

These tiles have a pure white background with a Teal and pale blue/grey design. But we would recommend obtaining a sample to view in your intended area and lighting situation, before making your final decision.

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our Sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 11 May 2019
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Hi, we have just had Ledbury marina tiles laid in our bathroom with grey grout. Unfortunately our tiles are now totally discoloured with the light grey grout, and no amount of cleaning with various products is getting them back to their original colour. We have the same grout on our wall tiles which has cleared as normal. Do you have any advice on how best to clean the tiles to try to restore their colour? Thanks
Sumi | 29 Apr 2019
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Hi Sumi

The Ledbury tiles although flat, do have a micro-texture to give them a degree of slip resistance. When the tiles are grouted, a haze can set on the textured surface, if the grout is not cleaned off quick enough, or the cleaning water/sponge becomes too dirty.

To remove grout haze, water or household cleaners have little effect so instead, we recommend the LTP Grout Stain Remover, which when scrubbed over the tiles with an emulsifying pad, will release the residue so that it can be rinsed, bringing the tiles back to their intended look:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-tile-grout-stain-remover
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-maintenance-tools-black-emulsifying-pad

If you wish to discuss the process in more detail or to order the required products, please call our Sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 29 Apr 2019
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What country are these tiles made in, and can they be cut easily enough to accommodate steps and still keep the pattern

Jane | 26 Apr 2019
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Hi Jane

These tiles are made in Spain. They can be cut using regular methods such as a manual tile cutter for straight cuts, or a wet cutter that will cater for straight and angle cuts.

The pattern can be followed over step edges but how the cuts will fall will depend on the step dimensions, so plan the area before you start fixing. For internal stairs, we recommend protecting any cut edges with straight edge trim, or further slip resistance can be achieved by using a Stair Nosing:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/straight-edge-metal-trim-12-5mm-silver
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/schluter-trep-stair-nosings-schluter-trep-e-stainless-steel-stair-nosing

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 26 Apr 2019
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I've searched for these tiles everywhere, having only found them in black elsewhere, then Facebook recommend them on my feed!!!! Spooky but fabulous! What metro range would you recommend to go with them?
Claire Booth | 23 Feb 2019
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Hi Claire,

The tiles we have used in the main image is the Bond Street Metro tile, which is one of the best colours to tone in with the shades of the Ledbury:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/mini-metro-150x75-tiles-bond-street-blue-tiles

However, we do get many customers using the plain white metro to match the background colour, or even combine the two to create their own design:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/mini-metro-150x75-tiles-white-chapel-tiles

We would advise viewing samples before making your final decision, but if you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 23 Feb 2019
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Hi there - do these tiles require any sealant or finishing product? Also I assume a dark grey grout is best for the marina colour?
Hannah Watson | 20 Feb 2019
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Hi Hannah,

These tiles are glazed ceramic, so sealing is not required. However, you can aid cleaning and prevent grout discolouration, by giving them an optional coating of the LTP Grout & Tile Protector:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-grout-tile-protector-sealer

The grout colour you go for is entirely down to personal preference, but mid to dark greys do provide a nice contrast to make the design stand out. If you wish to test a few colours, we can provide samples of our Norcros 4 Into 1 Grout range. We would advise obtaining a sample tile and a selection of grout colours to compare before making your final decision.
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/norcros-4-into-1-grout

The cost of your samples can then be taken from the price of any subsequent order, placed with our sales team. They can be contacted on 01536 314730, or you can request a callback by following the link below:
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 20 Feb 2019
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Hiya

Are the Ledbury tiles suitable as a hearth for a log burner?
Regards Anna
Anna | 10 Feb 2019
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Hi Anna,

The Ledbury Tiles are fine for use on a hearth. As with any working hearth tiling project, to support the weight of the burner, you would require a solid bed of a heat resistant adhesive, ensuring there are no voids beneath the tile:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/palace-heat-resistant-tile-adhesive-10-kg

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail, please call our sales team on 01536 314730, and they will be more than happy to help you.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 10 Feb 2019
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Hey I bought these tiles from you recently what mm Tile spacers should I use?
Ross | 26 Oct 2018
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Hi Ross,

The usual recommended minimum grout joint on a floor is 3mm. However due to the size of the scored grout joint on the tile, to keep them more uniform, a 2mm spacer can be used.

If you would like to discuss an order or require any further information, please call our sales team on 01536 314730 and they will be more than happy to help you.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 26 Oct 2018
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As we are having underfloor heating in the bathrooms are the Ledbury Marina Blue and Arundel Scored tiles suitable for this
Also could you confirm that the Elysian Wood Malted brown tiles are ok for under floor heating as well thank you
Thomas Dykes | 8 Oct 2018
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Hi Thomas,

This and all the other tiles you have listed are fine for use on underfloor heating, from the water fed systems to the electric cable kits:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/underfloor-tile-heating

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 8 Oct 2018
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Hi

Can these tiles be used as part of a walk in shower in a wet room, where the platsic tray will be under the tiles so the floor tiles in the shower will need to be angled downwards to allow for drainage? Or are these tiles too large?
Tim | 19 Sep 2018
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Hi Tim,

These tiles will be fine in a walk in shower. The size should not be an issue as any tiles placed on a Forma tray will need to have whats known as "Envelope Cuts" put in, to allow them to be slanted down toward the drain. These cuts generally go from the outer corners of the tray, diagonally to nearest corner of the drain outlet, meaning tiles of any size can be fabricated to suit the tray.

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 19 Sep 2018
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Can you recommend what brand of grout to use for these Ledbury Marina tiles, my tiler was not sure the grout would stay in such a narrow groove.
Janet Lewis | 18 Aug 2018
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Hi Janet,

Any grout that is capable of a joint with of 1mm upwards is fine. So our recommendation would be either the BAL Micromax 2 or the Norcros 4 Into 1:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/?q=micromax
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/norcros-4-into-1-grout

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 18 Aug 2018
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We have just had the ledbury marina blue tiles fitted in the kitchen and they look fantastic! What might be the best way to clean them - i.e can you put the hoover over first?
Heather | 1 Jul 2018
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Hi Heather,

You can use a hoover over them but need to be careful that there is no scratching dirt or grit present that could be dragged across the surface, especially if the kitchen is used as an entrance from outside. Sscratching is possible with all floor tiles to some degree. Instead we would recommend a gentle sweep to remove any loose contaminents before mopping with a solution of the LTP Porcelain Floor Tile Cleaner:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-porcelain-tile-cleaner-1ltr

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 1 Jul 2018
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It may seem a silly question but is the background of the marina blue tile white, Ivory or cream? Thank you.
Victoria Quinn | 20 Jun 2018
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Hi Victoria,

Its not a silly question if you don't know the answer. These tiles have a white background but we would recommend obtaining a sample to ensure you are happy with the colour and finish before making your final decision.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 20 Jun 2018
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Hi, can these tiles be put down on top of existing floor tiles, or would the original floor tiles need to be removed first? Thanks
Zoe | 4 Jun 2018
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Hi Zoe

Providing the existing tiles are in good condition and not coming loose, then yes you can lay down directly on top. We would advise giving them a thorough clean/degrease, then covering them with a slurry mixture of one part adhesive to one part SBR primer, to give a good key to tile onto. The adhesive used for the slurry can then be used for fixing the tiles:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-tile-adhesive-kwik-flex-grey-floor-tile-adhesive
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-preparation-products-palace-tilers-primer-1-litre

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 4 Jun 2018
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Can these tiles be used in any external entryway? It has a roof but is open at the front
Thelma Armstrong | 8 Mar 2018
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Hi Thelma,

Being Ceramic these tiles are only intended for internal use. For assitance with ranges that would be suitable for your project, please call our sales team on 01536 314730 and they will be more than happy to assist you.

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 8 Mar 2018
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Can these be used on a wall?
Alice | 28 Jan 2018
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Hi Alice

Albiet mostly used for the floors, the Ledbury tiles can be used on walls. If you wish to discuss your project in more detail, please contact our sales team on 01536 314730 and they will be more than happy to assist you.

Regards
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 28 Jan 2018
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One of the pictures show the same pattern tile but in green. I couldn’t find it on your website. Can you confirm that it is green or it just being mislead on screen please? Thanks
Pranee | 25 Jan 2018
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Hi Pranee,

This is the tile with the green hint to it. The main part of the pattern is predominantly teal but it is hard to distinguish on screen due to photography conditions and screen setup. We would recommend obtaining a sample to ensure you are happy with the colour and texture, before placing your main order.

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 25 Jan 2018
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Do these tiles require sealing? For use in a hallway. Thank you
Judith | 25 Jan 2018
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Hi Judith,

These tiles are a glazed ceramic so sealing is not required. However in a heavy traffic area such as a hallway, you would benefit from treating the grout with the LTP Grout and Tile protector, which will aid cleaning and help against staining:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-grout-tile-protector-sealer

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 25 Jan 2018
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Are these suitable for a wet room floor?
Esther Taylor | 22 Jan 2018
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Hi Ester,

The texture of these tiles does give a degree of slip resistance. They have been PTV tested for slip resistance which the results came back with a "Low Risk" rating for wet conditions. We would still recommend a sample to ensure you are happy with the colour and the finish before placing your order.

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 22 Jan 2018
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