AKDO's Allure Captivate Border in Thassos with Silver & Pewter Mirror creates a dazzling effect when paired with corresponding field tiles. It also creates a striking, whole-room look when used with matching Allure mosaics.
Product name: Allure Captivate Border Thassos (P) with Silver & Pewter Mirror
Part number: MB1232-CABDP0
Availability: Available Upon Request
Dimensions: 1pc=3-5/16×10-7/16=0.87 lf
Grout joint recommendation: 1/16"
Color: White, Metallic Silver
Minimum Order Quantity: 50 pieces
Due to the inherent characteristics of natural stone, there may be variations in color, movement and texture from lot to lot.
When using mosaics containing mirror in a backsplash design, include a 4" splash guard of wet area appropriate material in areas where water may pool, such as behind faucets.
Exterior – Freeze/thaw: No
Wet Area: No
Steam Shower: No
Backsplash: YES – Heat not to exceed 293° F
Fireplace Surround: YES – Heat not to exceed 293° F
The performance of surface covering products often depends on installation, environmental, and usage factors unique to each project. AKDO is not responsible for any effects that may be caused to products due to installation, wear from use, or exposure to environmental factors including but not limited to: hard water, chemicals, heat, flame, smoke, dirt or other substances. It is your responsibility to assess the project to determine if the product you are selecting is appropriate considering the unique characteristics of your installation, and to apply appropriate, high quality sealers when necessary. Please consult your installer for more information.
DCOF – ANSI A.137.1 Due to the natural characteristics and variation in natural stone, slip resistance will vary. Such factors are dependent on lots, finish and the topical sealant applied. There is currently no standard industry test with the ability to measure the exact slip resistance.
In order to reduce the slipperiness of stone surfaces, AKDO suggests selecting a Non-Polished finish such as Honed, Sandblasted, or Textured stone, or choosing a mosaic, as the grout joints in the stone result in an increase of friction.