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    Has anyone seen or fixed the 600 x 600 polished porcelain black flecked with white tiles?
    I would like to fix them in my house but am concerned about the polished finish. It isn't very good. Has anyone used them.

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    Not very good..??? is it not just the transit wax..?

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    thanks Dave the tiles look like they have a coating of varnish over themlike paintbrush lines never seen this before and i have used them before in customers houses,im thinking of putting them on my bathroom floor i think i am going to have to go down the expensive route and get them from my usual supplier,thanks again,brian

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    I have fixed loads of this stuff, I use a surface cleaner and an random orbital sander to get this tuff off before grouting, works a treat, these tiles are a good product at an xlnt price, got them here where I live no probs. Ok mate seeya Steve aka ozboz

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