Published at Saturday, May 18th, 2019 - 10:35:18 AM. Porcelain Tile. By Frederic Vaillant.
As a tile professional and owner of an online tile store, the difference between ceramic tile and porcelain tile has become a common question that comes up on a daily basis. I often hear a consumer say, ”I need porcelain tile because if it chips nobody will notice because the color goes all the way through.” Well, this is only true in through body porcelain tiles, and they are not the most common porcelain tiles. The most common form of tile is glazed porcelain tile. It is the most affordable but the color does not go all the way through. When I hear a customer say something along these lines it is time to ask myself a question. Should I explain or educate? In this article I will attempt to do both.
Porcelain tiles sometimes referred as Porcelain Vitrified Tiles are the vitrified category tiles with an absorption rate of less than 0.5 are the new ceramic tiles used in these days to cover floors and walls. Though it was used in olden day's too, modern day's transformation of production processes and quantities made them available to the maximum households. In modern days, the Porcelain tiles production is done both at large scale and small scale thus, making them available to the maximum market space. Furthermore, the hardness of the tiles, assurance by the ISO for the standard in tiles made them much familiar to the normal households.
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