How to Use Waterjet Tiles

by Sarah B. Marketing Writer | Thinker | Environmentalist

Waterjet tiles are tiles that are cut and designed employing a high-pressure, concentrated stream or jet of water. There are some abrasive additives mixed into the water to increase the speed and precision of cutting.

In essence, precision and consistence are the biggest facilitations of this technology. Manufacturers can achieve complex design patterns on tiles while keeping down the cost and time required for production. The technique allows for creating designer patterns on stones and ceramic/porcelain tiles.

Ideally, these tiles are available are used for walls and vertical applications. But they can also be used for floor. Here is how you can use waterjet tiles in your home’s interior design –

Decorative Feature Wall or Accent Wall –

Waterjet tiles are a work of art. When you choose these tiles for your walls, you don’t have put in much effort.

These tiles are designed to have attractive patterns. You don’t have to create designs, they already have designs created on their surface. You just have to install them correctly.

And they will turn an ordinary wall into the center of your interior design.

These tiles can be used for creating designer walls, accent walls, feature walls, or for highlighting certain section on a wall.

Backsplash –

Water jet cut mosaic tiles can also be used for building beautiful backsplashes in residential and commercial bathrooms and kitchens. Backsplash is an important feature that protects your wall from splashes of water, soap, and oils of different kind.

So, when you choose waterjet mosaic tiles, you give you bathroom or kitchen wall design as well as protection from splashes.

Some brands also offer waterjet cut tiles that can be used for floors as well. But before you use them for your flooring, you should ensure if they would be right for the expected daily foot traffic.

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