Coconut Drift Porcelain Tiles & Outdoor Pavers

Description For those seeking a light, bright coping or surrounding tile, this is the one for you! Coconut Drift, just like a pearly, grey dawn or a delicious rice pudding can provide warmth and refreshment. Coconut Drift is a dreamy addition to our new range of porcelain.
Why choose Coconut Drift? Coconut Drift porcelain tiles are hard, dense and durable, making them very resistant to staining. The ‘Grip’ finish is rated P4 due to the non-slip finish on the tiles, making them ideal for use around swimming pools and outdoor areas. The surface finish is comfortable on the skin and gentle enough for swimming costumes. The tiles are accurately sized, cut well and are easy to lay. Coconut Drift is ideal for projects requiring a light off white and relatively even appearance. There are 24 tiles in the 400x400x20mm repeat, making it very difficult to tell that they are not natural stone.
Maintenance Minimal maintenance is required. These tiles do not require sealing. Porcelain’s dense surface absorbs very little moisture, so spills that might seep into another material and cause a stain, can easily be wiped up with a damp cloth or hosed off. Coconut Drift generally only needs to be swept and cleaned with water and a mild detergent regularly. It is the perfect material for those who want a quality natural stone look with very little effort.
Relative Pricing Mid range – higher than Himalayan Quartz and concrete. Similar to Light Grey and Dark Grey Granite. Cheaper than Black Granite or Basalt.
Stocked Tile Sizes‘Grip’ or outdoor finish – 400 x 400 x 20mm, 600 x 600 x 20mm, 600 x 298 x 20mm (cut down to size at our factory, please check production lead time at time of order placement)
Matching Pieces Coping – Bullnose, Square Edge, Dropface Single, matching Skimmer Lid.
AvailabilityIn Stock
Slip Rating (Wet Pendulum) A P4 (V) pendulum classification (AS 4586) “New Surfaces” meets the current standard’s requirements for pool surrounds.

Disclaimer: Both thickness and dimensions may vary up to +/- 1mm. Therefore, tiles may have to be graded accordingly.

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