ODG Roger Light
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ODG Roger Light

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About ODG Roger Light

With its smart and unique grey design, Orientbell’s ODG Roger Light brings charm and elegance to a place with its eye-catching beauty. This tile is carefully crafted with ceramic material and is one of the most durable and strong tiles available at Orientbell. The tile comes with the finishing of gloss that further adds an additional layer of strength as well as magnifies the beauty of the tile. Moreover, this tile doesn’t get affected by any kind of stains, scratches, acids, chemicals, sharp objects etc. Also, this tile doesn’t require maintenance for years and can be cleaned very easily in less time. ODG Roger Light can be even clubbed with any other plain or designer tiles to give a classy combination of designs and colours. It can be laid down in various laying patterns to beautify the space. Some of the popular patterns are a straight pattern and a brick pattern that can be used while laying down Orientbell’s ODG Roger Light.

Other Details
Size 250x375
Tiles per Box 8
Number of Faces 4
Factory Sikandrabad
Recommended Laying Pattern Brick Pattern, Straight Pattern
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ODG Roger Light

We recommend accounting for an additional 10% wastage due to any accidental damage that might occur or when tiles have to be cut around the edges of the room.

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tip-icon If there are large obstructions in the wall such as doors and windows, multiply the width by the height of the obstruction then subtract that from the total area you need to tile.

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