Published at Thursday, May 16th, 2019 - 15:21:48 PM. Porcelain Tile. By Basile Hoffmann.
But the misinformation continues. The Porcelain Enamel Institute rates glazed floor tiles as to their resistance to abrasion. Glazed tiles are those to which a decorative layer has been applied over the clay body of the tile. Glazes are rated 1 through 5 with 5 being the highest or most durable grade. Many, if not most, porcelain tiles are not glazed, yet ask your tile sales person about the PEI rating of the porcelain tile you are examining in the showroom. It's very likely you'll hear something like, ”Oh, this is a grade 5 porcelain tile. You could lay this baby in a car factory.” I certainly don't aim to demean tile sales people. We need them and love them. Without them we'd be out of work. I do wish they'd get themselves a little better informed, though, so they can better inform the buying public about the virtues of ALL ceramic tiles.
These are made up of hard and bright ceramic that not only gives it a long life but also brightens its look. As the range of Porcelain tiles is wide, it might be too hectic to find a variety of Porcelain tiles out of many. Hence, getting an idea about the whole range of the tiles and choosing one from that lot is the best option though it is time-consuming. The one best way to find out the best Porcelain tiles for you is to walk up to a nearest tiles showroom and get an idea about the array available in different colors, dimensions and many more.
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