04:30PM | 05/12/11
Member Since: 04/26/11
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I am updating my last request as stated on May 27, 2011 as follows:I am in need of 12 ceramic floor tiles that have cracked. I purchased the tiles at Tile City, Natick, MA which has gone out of business and the tile itself has been discontinued. The tile pattern is I'ASIAGO in a marble pattern with a speckle off white background and gray and rusty brown marleizing. the size is 13"X13". If anybody has leftovers of this tile, I would be happy to purchase it from you. Also, My original post asked if they could be reglazed and I discovered no. I also discovered the tile was produced by Panaria. It is an Italian ceramic tile. Hopefully this added info will produce the lost tiles. Thanks. Clara


11:15PM | 07/18/11
Member Since: 03/24/08
62 lifetime posts
Have you tried tracking down the manufacturer? One I know to try is Daltile or if it's not them, they might know who made it.


04:04PM | 07/28/11
Member Since: 04/26/11
5 lifetime posts
Thank you for your imput. Daltile dosen't deal with panaria and did not have any resource as to whom i could contact. I really appreciate your response. Thank you.parac


08:57PM | 07/31/11
Member Since: 07/03/05
283 lifetime posts
Try They advertise that they carry the Panaria brand. I did a google on Panaria Ceramic Tile and that was one of the sites that came up


08:40AM | 10/10/11
Member Since: 04/26/11
5 lifetime posts
I was able to solve the problem without replacing the tiles. I tried every resource even as far as Australia. No Luck the tiles are gone forever. In my quest of finding the tiles, I came across a video on fixing cracked tiles. I followed the instructions and voila the tiles look as good as new. The pattern was easy to follow since it has a marble pattern. I filled the cracks with a 2 part epoxy, painted the tile the off white background and used a marbelized kit (which is now discontinued) for the gray marble pattern. Lastly, I finished it off with 2 coats of polyurethane and no more cracks. I did it 6 months ago and after numerous washings it has still held up. Thanks to all who gave me some advice, without it I would not have come across the info for fixing cracks.


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