|1. Are you a trading company or factory?|
|We're trading company with factory. We maufacture products ourself and we source from other collaborative factories too which guarantees a competitve price and product variety.|
|2. How do I know your quality.|
|High solution detailed photos and free sample will be able to verify our quality.|
|3. I'm a home owner and I need small quantity, what do I do?|
|Pls check with our sales team if it's in stock or if we have distributor locally.|
|4. Can I get a door to door service? or can I get the tiles delivered to my door?|
|Yes, we offer delivery to your door service, which makes your work easy.|
|5. Can I get a sample first? And how does it charge?|
|Yes, free sample is available with freight collect or prepaid.|
|6. What if the tiles are broken during transition?|
|All our products are insuranced, our after sales will sort our the reasons and will sure you'll be properly compensated.|
|7. What's the benefit for long term importers or distributors?|
|For those regular customers, we offer incredible discount, sample free shipping, free sample for custom design, custom packaging and QC as per custom requirements.|
|8. Can you make products from our designs?|
|Yes, we do OEM and OBM.|
|9. How do I make payment?|
|We received paypal western union and directly bank transfer to our company account. If above are all unavailable, we will issue you a paypal invoice and you simply pay by credit card.|
|10. Is an emerald a corundum?|
|When chromium is added to colorless corundum, a red ruby is born, and a green emerald emerges when chromium is added to colorless beryl. Diamonds can be colored blue or yellow by the addition of impurities.|
|11. How do you know if its a geode?|
Shape. Look for round or oval shaped rocks. ...
Bumps. Look for a lumpy surface, that looks somewhat like a cauliflower.
Break open the rock with your rock hammer. ...
Use a reliable guide map when you search for geodes. ...
Cut and polish your geode to bring out the most in it's beauty.|
|12. How an agate is formed?|
|Although they can form in all types of host rock, most of the world's agates developed in ancient volcanic lava. When the continents were first forming, layers of molten lava pushed toward the earth's surface through rift zone cracks, volcanoes, and other geologic events.|