Glass mosaic tiles are products that are frequently preferred both indoors and outdoors, whose raw materials are scrap glass and glass paint. Glass mosaic is generally produced in 30x30 size mesh-mounted and this provides ease of installation. Mosaic glass is produced in many different models by going through different production stages. These; solid glass mosaic, crystal glass mosaic, metal-looking glass mosaic, and 3D glass mosaic.
Glass Mosaic Features
- Glass mosaics are decorative products and allow you to create dynamic walls.
- It has high resistance to humidity.
- It is long-lasting.
- You don't need to do any extra paint.
- It wears out late because it is easy to clean.
- It provides easy installation because it is produced with mesh-mounted.
Glass Mosaic Usage Areas
- They are mostly used between kitchen countertops.
- It is preferred on the surface that is desired to be customized on interior surfaces.
- Glass mosaic is preferred for a stylish welcome in the entrance or hotel lobbies.
- It is used for wall coverings of wet areas such as balconies, bathrooms, and baths.
- Optionally, it is preferred for dynamic effect on the wall behind the TV unit.
Crystal Glass Mosaic
Silica sand is used in crystal mosaic tiles production. Silica sand is formed as a result of weathering of rocks rich in quartz. Since silica sand is formed as a result of the decomposition of quartz-rich rocks, the product is generally colorless or light-colored. Crystal glass tile mosaics are brighter in color because they are colored with cold painting.
Solid Glass Mosaic
In the production of solid glass mosaics, scrap glass collected for recycling is used. Afterward, these glasses are powdered and their colors are created by adding color pigments. Colors are provided with special glass paints produced for glass. After coloring, the glass powders are moistened to make it easier to shape. Afterward, they are fired in high-grade ovens. Patterns on solid glass mosaics are transferred with transfer paper with special processes.