The development of many industries in life is inseparable from the products of other companies. Sometimes inconspicuous factors may cause a great distance, such as the professional production of high-quality mixed-color Dutch bricks mentioned earlier. During construction, there are What matters.
1. When unpacking, please carefully check whether the product model, grade, size and color number marked on the package are consistent. If you have any questions about the quality of the product, please contact the factory or distributor quickly.
2. Before paving, first test on the ground, and handle the wall or ground well. Determine the method of arranging bricks according to the paving method. The picture features are obvious. Please identify the features in the same direction, and the picture features are not obvious. If there is no picture, please apply it in accordance with the requirements of the construction. It is recommended to lay it in the same direction as the trademark or arrow on the bottom of the brick for the best effect.
3. During pre-laying, pull two straight lines on the treated ground and level them with a spirit level, and use a hammer to set the walls straight. Pre-polishing anti-fouling wax on the polished tiles can improve the anti-fouling ability of the brick surface.
4. Clean up the site and sprinkle the right amount of water to facilitate the construction. It is recommended to use No. 325 cement. The dry-laying method refers to the proportion: root layer-cement: fine sand = 1: 3, post layer-cement: fine sand = 1: 2 (white series of polished tiles advocate the use of white cement to achieve the harmony effect).
5. The scale of the brick body is lined up, and gray seams need to be reserved when marking; the ground paving has a seam of 2-3mm to prevent arching due to different thermal expansion and contraction coefficients of concrete and ceramics.
6. The paving should be carried out after the substrate is solidified. During the paving process, it should be gently pushed and released by hand. The brick bottom is balanced with the veneer to facilitate the discharge of air bubbles. Then tap the brick surface with a wooden handle to fully eat the brick bottom. Slurry to avoid the phenomenon of empty drums; then use a wooden hammer to knock the brick surface to a flat level, and at the same time, measure with a level ruler to ensure that the tile is level.