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The difference between tiles and floor tiles
- May 14, 2018 -

Tiles are made of porcelain clay and glazed for the purpose of pursuing decorative effects. This tile has a strict structure, high strength, low water absorption, and strong stain resistance. Can be used for wall decoration in wet rooms such as kitchens and bathrooms. Tiles are divided into glazed tiles, whole-body bricks, polished tiles, vitrified tiles, and ceramic tiles. Tiles are divided into porcelain tile and ceramic tile depending on the application. Because the water absorption rate is different, the wall tile must maintain a certain water absorption rate on the wall, while the tile is the smaller the better the water absorption rate.

Floor tiles, also known as floor tiles/tiles, are more rigid than tiles and have a higher degree of slip resistance. Tiles are not necessarily porcelain, such as cement tiles. Some tiles are glazing and also have a decorative effect. Mostly used for floors and floors of public buildings and civil buildings. Tiles, antique tiles, toilets, kitchen floor tiles, etc. can all be floor tiles.

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