The production of any finishing material always takes place with the help of certain components - sources. They are the "culprits" of its unique properties, which makes this material indispensable for a particular cause.
One of these most indispensable materials in the interior decoration is glass mosaic. Its use is so diverse and widespread that the rejection of this material would entail many problems in decorating. After all, what can so excellently cope with facing the surface in a damp room, if not mosaic tiles.

So what is this universal assistant made of? Is this material environmentally friendly enough to be used in residential buildings? So, in fact, as the starting material for the manufacture of tiles take the most ordinary quartz sand! Under the influence of a very high temperature, it is melted down to the state of a liquid mass called a mixture. With the help of various additives and metal oxides, it is given an texture, properties, and color. After adding dyes get the desired shade. Then comes the turn of the form, which, by the way, can be very diverse. Although in the classical sense, tile is rather square and rectangular. After cooling, the mosaic chips are sent to the dial shop and there they are already preparing for their main task - interior decoration.

The basis of the formation of glass mosaic can be polymeric mesh or plain stationery. With this method, you can get a fairly solid, reliable, and most importantly - very beautiful mosaic tiles. It is important to know that after melting at an enormous temperature, an absolutely environmentally friendly material is obtained, which does not subsequently emit any substances harmful to health and life when used. Therefore, it can and should be used both in residential premises and on the territory of sanitary zones, which, in particular, are polyclinics, hospitals, laboratories.