Where can the tiles be used?
The tiles can be used everywhere, except in a wet room (the shower), on the floor or outside
How big is each tile and what is the total thickness (incl. mounting plate)?
Each tile is 10 × 10 cm and the thickness including mounting plate and glue is approx. 8.2 mm.
Can the mounting plate be glued on top of ordinary tiles?
Yes, the mounting plate can be glued to glazed tiles, raw tiles, wood, painted, plastered, felted and raw walls. The only thing to be sure is that the underlayer is bearing (not loosely mounted) and clean. Remember, the result is best if the bottom layer, on which the mounting plate is glued, is strong.
How to remove excess glue?
If you want to remove the mounting plate, the glue is likely to remain on the wall. The glue can be removed with a knife, after which the wall should be filled and painted.
Can the backplate be fitted with double-sided tape?
We do not recommend this, simply because there is no uniform quality of tape and because we do not know the nature of the wall on which you want to attach the tape.
What to do with grout?
Click’n Tile are without joints, which makes them easy to remove. If you look at the tiles from the side, you will see that they are close to the mounting plate, but also that there are 1.2 mm slots in the top.
How do I wash the tiles?
With ordinary universal detergent. It is not recommended to use abrasive as it will polish the surface.
Can I put the tiles in the dishwasher?
Yes, but only if the temperature is below 42 degrees. Alternatively, we recommend putting them in a pillowcase and washing them in the washing machine at 30-40 degrees.
How about lime?
If you use the tiles where there is lime, then we recommend that you have a small atomizer where you have mixed lemon cleanser 1:10 with water. However, the mixing ratio is dependent on the detergent. When you then want to clean the tiles, it is done simply by using the nebulizer. This allows the detergent to work while also being better for the environment.
How can I cut the tiles?
With a regular 10 cm cutting box and if you have to cut many tiles then you can also use a jigsaw, circular saw or cutting / fermenting saw.
What are the tiles made of?
The tiles are made of synthetic fiber, and since synthetic fibers have the amazing property of being recyclable, we have established a return system where you can get a deposit for your excess tiles.
What do I do if there is an electrical wall-outlet?
Disconnect the power cord and secure the cables, glue the mounting plate on top, and cut out the hole. The tiles are cut before the socket can be reassembled. A small idea is that you screw the socket or switch to the wall or front box with switch screws. Please note that only an authorized electrician may disconnect/replace an electrical power outlet, and the outlet can be located on the outside of the tiles.
Can you hang shelves or hooks on the Click'n Tile wall afterwards?
Yes, of course, just remember to drill a small hole in the tile and mounting plate and that the screw should stick to the back wall.
How long does it take to assemble?
Each mounting plate (180 x 60 cm) takes about 20-30 minutes to assemble. The plastic tiles take no time, but it is also here that you get to play with the look of your wall. If cutting the tiles is required, this will take approx. 2 minutes per tile depending on whether you use a cutting box or a saw.
How many tiles should I order?
Measure the area you want tiled. Each mounting plate is 1.08 m2. For every 1 m2, 100 tiles and 0.5 l litres of glue must be used.
What if the wall is felted or plastered?
If the wall is felted or plastered, then you must first prime the wall with wall primer also called plaster foundations. Wall primer provide optimal adhesion and give the surface a uniform absorbency.
Can you print on the tiles?
Yes, you have the opportunity to have your personal designs printed on the tiles. You can see the prices in the “How to do” tab on the website under “Print on tiles” section. Please send an email to LTH@clickntile.com, who will guide you through the entire process.