clé carrara - 4"x12"x3/8" plank

clé tile carrara stone marble plank large subway tile
  • clé tile carrara stone marble plank large subway tile
  • clé tile carrara stone marble plank large subway tile
  • clé carrara - 4"x12"x3/8" plank

clé carrara - 4"x12"x3/8" plank

SKU #CL10007

our clé carrara is a honed white marble with delicate gray veining formed from the historic carrara stone quarried from the majestic region of Carrara, Italy.

we love a plank right now. in a herringbone pattern, straight stacked, on the floors or walls of kitchens, bathrooms and entryways. this elongated shape has class and character. our clé carrara plank tile is - straight rectified.

GROUT RECOMMENDATION - unglazed grout - frost


faqs about carrara

*due to the large size of this tile we are unable to send samples, as there is a higher risk of breakage during delivery. as a result, if you request a sample you'll be sent a 3"x6" version of this tile

V3 T1
Regular price
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$4.92/pc
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available only in colors shown

faq

can i use carrara in the shower?

yes, specific waterproofing precautions need to taken such as using a waterproof membrane under the tile and use of a penetrating sealer like miracle 511 porous plus.

can i use carrara in the pool?

no

What color grout should I use?

clé recommends the use of white or light gray grout. for grout type please refer to your natural stone installer. 

do you offer trim?

we do not offer trim for our carrara tiles

how do i clean carrara?

marble is chemically sensitive so only mild pH neutral cleaners should be used. soapless cleaners are preferred because they minimize streaks and film. mild, phosphate-free, biodegradable liquid dishwashing soaps or powders or stone soaps are acceptable if rinsing is thorough.

Showers and Baths: Soap scum can be minimized by using a squeegee after each use and using liquid as opposed to bar soaps. To remove soap scum, clé recommends the use of Miracle Porcelain & Ceramic Tile Cleaner. 

usage

Backsplash, Bathroom, Fireplace Exteriors, Floors, Exteriors* (not recommend for areas that regularly experience freezing temps), Kitchen, Shower, Wall