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Published on July 14, 2019
Modified on July 15, 2019
Published by Gokul Kunwar
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Description of item

Terracotta Rectangle Tile  for Floor, wall or  Kitchen  

Everyone of terracotta
 tends to be matched and special in color and shade. It is full body
so the face color depends on the raw-materials.  It also can be glazed to
make it impervious to stains, sealed to protect it from damage, or left
untreated in its natural state. The 
terracotta tile has a rough, rustic feel to it that is both subdued and
rugged for a while. This can be increased, or decreased, by purchasing handmade
cut pieces.


Terracotta tile use various
clay as the main raw material, clay has been weathered for thousands of years,
the structure is stable and does not contain radioactive material, no chemical
pigments and harmful substances are added to the production process, no harm
can be caused to the human body.

Ambient air humidity “regulator”

Terracotta tile with certain water absorption, when it rains,
will absorb some water automatically stored in the tile body, when it’s summer,
dry air, will automatically emit the water slowly, it’s good adjust air
humidity, to wander outside terracotta tiles building, there is wind blowing
straight cool feeling.

Low-carbon products

Terracotta tiles does not contain metallic substance, do not produce
electrostatic, not easy to absorb dust, have self-cleaning function. Good
insulation protects buildings from the sun and ultraviolet radiation.


Size: 2.25″ X 9″ X 0.40 ”

Type : Wall Tile

No. of Tiles: 7 pcs/Sqft.

For more information :

9813414576 and 9851184037

Email : nepalliving@gmail.com


Pradesh 3
Kathmandu District
Bhimdhunga 6, Nagarjun Nagarpalika 8, Now Ward 8

Other information

Contact Number: 9851184037
My Social Link : facebook.com/nepalliving1
Pay By : Cash
Condition : Its Brand New
Price : Fixed
Price In Words: twenty
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