Lojee Nojee™ glass mosaic tile by Morjo™ is a smooth, luminous low-grain variety of vitreous glass tile with much fewer specks. Most of these beautiful colors have no specks at all. Each 1/2 kg (1.1 pound) sales unit contains about 165 tiles. Lojee Nojee™tiles are UV resistant and factory certified for commercial exteriors, swimming pools, backsplashes, showers, murals, as well as art-&-craft projects like mosaic stepping stones. You can use these with other brands of 3/4 inch vitreous. The red, orange, and yellow colors in our regular vitreous compliment the Lojee Nojee™ color palette quite well.
The backs of these glass mosaic tiles are embossed to help the cement or adhesive bond more securely. Except of 1 or 2 colors, the embossed pattern is the tic-tac-toe pattern most people prefer for ease of cutting. See photos. They are competitively priced yet suitable for fine art. Mounting grids are available.
Lojee Nojee™ Low-Grain Glass Mosaic Tile 3/4-Inch
- tile size: 3/4 inch (20mm)
- thickness: 1/8 nominal (4mm)
- sales unit: 1.1-pounds (approximately 165 tiles)
- material: glass
- variety: low-grain vitreous for fewer specks
- pigments: colorfast, UV resistant
- durability: frost-proof, impervious to liquid
- usage: suitable for indoor and outdoor use
With a standard grout gap of approximately 1/16 inch, one bag of approximately 165 tiles will cover 0.76 square feet. Approximately 218 loose tiles are needed to cover 1 square foot. You can use our tile estimator to calculate how much you need for your project.
Tile thickness is 1/8 inch nominal, the same as most of the glass mosaic tile we sell, which means that these can be used with other types and brands. The red, orange, and yellow colors in our regular vitreous compliment the Lojee-Nojee color palette quite well.
Cutting Lojee Nojee™ Glass Tile
We recommend using the wheel-blade Mosaic Glass Cutter we sell to cut all types of glass mosaic tile including vitreous. (Regular tile nippers are for ceramic tile, and they tend to crush glass tile.)
How To Make Mosaics
For more advice on designing your mosaic project or cutting and grouting tile, please see our Mosaic Frequently Asked Questions page or our How To Mosaic blog or our Mosaic Information Guide.;