For centuries, cultures around the world have prized porcelain for its delicate shine, its silky-smooth texture, and its elegant, classical look. But today, porcelain’s uses go far beyond making dolls, decorations, or fine china.
“Tile” has become one of the most popular materials. These tiles are made of several types of clay, sand and feldspar, commonly used to cover floors and walls, with a water absorption rate of less than 0.5 percent and high grip resistance which makes this tile suitable for elegant living spaces.
Finished porcelain is hard and heavy like stone but also has some noticeable differences. For example, while stone is highly porous, porcelain contains no pores at all, resulting in superior protection against moisture and humidity which extends its features to using them as not only floor tiles, but as wall tiles also.
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